Launch Event: Who Are We? And Should It Matter In The 21st Century?
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Launch Event: Who Are We? And Should It Matter In The 21st Century?
17 January 2015
Central Gallery

Nottingham-based artist Chiara Dellerba, has created a wall drawing which grows out of one of the oldest methods of identification – fingerprints.



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Launch Event: Sunil Shah: Uganda Stories
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Launch Event: Sunil Shah: Uganda Stories
17 January 2015
Mezzanine Gallery (First Floor)

In this exhibition, Sunil Shah explores very personal themes linked to his family's roots and heritage as Ugandan Asians, and offers wider narratives around exile, displacement and dispossession.



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In Conversation: Mahtab Hussain and Melanie Kidd
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In Conversation: Mahtab Hussain and Melanie Kidd
30 January 2015
Performance Space (Second Floor)

Mahtab Hussain and Melanie Kidd discuss the important questions provoked by Hussain's new exhibition, The Commonality of Strangers



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Launch Event: Mahtab Hussain: The Commonality of Strangers
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Launch Event: Mahtab Hussain: The Commonality of Strangers
30 January 2015
Main Gallery (Ground Floor)

Mahtab Hussain combines photography and text to explore important relationships between identity, heritage and displacement that result from international migration



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Focal Point Light Night
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Focal Point Light Night
6 February 2015
Meeting Point: Nottingham Castle

Focal Point is a series of photography outings co-ordinated by artist Mohamed Elzohiry, based at New Art Exchange.



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Call Me Kuchu (2012) - Film Screening and Debate
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Call Me Kuchu (2012) - Film Screening and Debate
12 February 2015
Performance Space

This award-winning documentary explores the struggles of the LGBT community in Uganda



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Gallery Tour with Artists Mahtab Hussain and Sunil Shah
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Gallery Tour with Artists Mahtab Hussain and Sunil Shah
14 February 2015
Main Gallery (Ground Floor) and Mezzanine Gallery (First Floor)

Join Mahtab Hussain and Sunil Shah for informal tours of their exhibitions, The Commonality of Strangers and Uganda Stories



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A Tale of Two Woman
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A Tale of Two Woman
26 February 2015
Performance Space (Second Floor)

A compelling play that follows two very different narratives about the same recently deceased man, Lenford.



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Get Up, Stand Up! Launch @ NAE
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Get Up, Stand Up! Launch @ NAE
5 March 2015

NAE have been working with NCCL at the Galleries of Justice Museum over the past year, to produce a new immersive, digital tour around the theme of Global Civil Rights.



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Farsi and Arabic Gallery Tour
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Farsi and Arabic Gallery Tour
7 March 2015

Join Exhibiting NAE team members Mohammed Elzohiry and Armindokht Shooshtari for a diverse range of perspectives about our exhibitions.



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Looking For Claudia Jones
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Looking For Claudia Jones
12 March 2015

Film screening and spoken word event celebrating International Women's Day

Enemy of the state, visionary, freedom fighter - just who was Claudia Jones?



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Launch Event: Hyson Green: Hidden Colours
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Launch Event: Hyson Green: Hidden Colours
14 March 2015
Central Gallery

A colourful photography installation capturing the multicultural identity of Hyson Green.



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Christine Eyene: Imag(in)ing the black body with Zanele Muholi
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Christine Eyene: Imag(in)ing the black body with Zanele Muholi
19 March 2015

Residual: traces of the black body curator Christine Eyene will introduce the concept behind the exhibition, presented as part of FORMAT International Photography Festival.



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Get Up Stand Up! Tour Launch
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Get Up Stand Up! Tour Launch
20 March 2015
Galleries of Justice Museum

Join us at the Galleries of Justice Museum to launch the start of Get Up Stand Up! - an audio visual tour about global civil rights.



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Elmina (2010)
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Elmina (2010)
27 March 2015
Performance Space (Second Floor)

Artist Doug Fishbone often uses humour to explore consumer culture, the mass media, and the relativity of perception and understanding in a critical and disarming way.



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Spanish and Italian Gallery Tour
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Spanish and Italian Gallery Tour
28 March 2015

During this informal gallery tour you will learn more about the artist and have the opportunity to exchange your opinions about the show.



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YARD Young People's Theatre presents: Our Yesterdays of Tomorrow
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YARD Young People's Theatre presents: Our Yesterdays of Tomorrow
28 March 2015
Performance Space (Second Floor)

This season the YARD group will deepen their skills and develop their work, culminating in this special event.



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Melting Pot Festival 2015
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Melting Pot Festival 2015
4 April 2015

Back by popular demand, Melting Pot returns for the second year, to celebrate the vibrant and diverse cultures of Hyson Green and Forest Fields.



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Live @ NAE featuring Ashmore
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Live @ NAE featuring Ashmore
10 April 2015
NAE Café

Cultural Vibrations in association with NAE presents: Live @ NAE featuring Ashmore



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VOCAL Debate: Who Are We?
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VOCAL Debate: Who Are We?
11 April 2015

International panel of critical thinkers, writers, artists and producers explore the challenges and dynamics of race and culture in the 21st Century.



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