POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE: PHOEBE BOSWELL: HERE

POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE: PHOEBE BOSWELL: HERE
New Art Exchange

We're excited to announce that we open a new exhibition by Phoebe Boswell.



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NTU BA PHOTOGRAPHY SHOWCASE: PARALLAX

NTU BA PHOTOGRAPHY SHOWCASE: PARALLAX
New Art Exchange

We present a selection of work from Nottingham Trent University's Photography Degree Show Festival 2020. We are proud to celebrate the creativity of NTU's students in their diverse explorations of photography as a medium.



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POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE - QTAC NOTTS: RELEASE

POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE - QTAC NOTTS: RELEASE
New Art Exchange

QTAC is Nottingham's newly established art collective for queer and trans creatives formed with the intention of showcasing art created by marginalised voices within the community.



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Nirvair Singh Rai & Janhavi Sharma: Memory of Land

Nirvair Singh Rai & Janhavi Sharma: Memory of Land
NAE Forecourt

This exhibition seeks to remember the Jallianwalla Bagh massacre of 1919 which saw British Indian Army troops fire upon unarmed Indian civilians who were assembled for a peaceful protest and to honour the Sikh festival of Baisakhi.



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Encroachments

Encroachments
Main Gallery

Shezad Dawood's new exhibition Encroachments, takes a pragmatic and oblique look at the relations between Pakistan and the US since partition in 1947 through a Virtual Reality environment, contained within an installations comprising: neon, wallpaper, tapestries, sculpture and print.



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Jambo Cinema

Jambo Cinema
Mezzanine Gallery

Filled with family memorabilia, this exhibition will instigate audiences to imagine what it means to be a second-generation child growing up in a first-generation South Asian home in Britain.



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A BLACK CANVAS

A BLACK CANVAS
Central Gallery

A Black Canvas highlights black creatives from the East Midlands and allows these individuals to occupy space, using our Central Gallery space as a blank canvas



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THIS IS WHO I AM: EVIDENCE OF LIFE

THIS IS WHO I AM: EVIDENCE OF LIFE
Central Gallery

This exhibition has been created by members of Kairos, a Nottingham based support group for lesbian and bi women who, because of violent homophobic persecution in their home countries, seek asylum in the UK.



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Mimesis: African Soldier

Mimesis: African Soldier
New Art Exchange

A commission by NAE with 1418-Now. NAE launched the film at Imperial War Museum, London in 2018 and is currently being presented at NAE alongside a curated selection of works responding to the theme of absence.



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When The Snow Melts: The World Wars, Empire and Muslim Soldiers

When The Snow Melts: The World Wars, Empire and Muslim Soldiers
New Art Exchange

When The Snow Melts is part of Himmah's Heritage Lottery Funded, Muslim Memory Project. This charts the stories of Nottingham's Muslim communities involved in the Second World War and will lead to the production of a substantial publication in 2020.



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Off Centre Photo Festival

Off Centre Photo Festival
New Art Exchange

NAE is pleased to support the second edition of Off Centre Photo Festival, an independent project that promotes and encourages creative photographic practice across the East Midlands.



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Sensing Beyond Sight

Sensing Beyond Sight
Performance Space

Sensing Beyond Sight brings together a range of artworks and textile designs from a series of ongoing conversations and collaborations between the My Sight Nottinghamshire visually impaired artists group and the Textile Design department at Nottingham Trent University.



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Beyond Diagnosis

Beyond Diagnosis
CENTRAL GALLERY, New Art Exchange

Sistas Against Cancer, Self Help UK and Macmillan Beyond Diagnosis Service present a photographic exhibition representing the experiences of women affected by cancer within the Black Asian Minority Ethnic and Refugee (BAMER) community.



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IBRAHIM AHMED: Does Anybody Leave Heaven?

IBRAHIM AHMED: Does Anybody Leave Heaven?
PRIMARY

Commissioned by NAE, Does Anybody Leave Heaven?, is an assemblage tapestry made with textile items found in Egyptian street markets, clothing, bags and other items, which are printed with the flag of the United States of America.



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NAE Open

NAE Open

An open exhibition celebrating Nottinghamshire talent, and UK artists of culturally diverse heritage and those exploring diversity within their practice.



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Positive Images

Positive Images
New Art Exchange

Together Today and New Art Exchange are proud to be presenting Positive Images, a photographic exhibition that displays a snapshot into the lives of Nottingham’s Romanian community.



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Hassan Hajjaj: The Path

Hassan Hajjaj: The Path
Main Gallery

The Path by Hassan Hajjaj presents a unique and timely consideration of culture and identity in the modern, globalised world.



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Everyday Superstars

Everyday Superstars
Central Gallery

Everyday Superstars launches alongside our new exhibition by Hassan Hajjaj to celebrate some of the fantastic people living in our great city.



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NTU BA Photography Degree Show Showcase

NTU BA Photography Degree Show Showcase
Central Gallery

NAE presents a selection of work from Nottingham Trent University's Photography Degree Show Festival 2019.



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Separation: What does Brexit mean for love?

Separation: What does Brexit mean for love?
Outside NAE

A new series by Laura Pannack is showing in NAE's outdoor exhibition space as part of FORMAT.



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