Event — Culture Unwrapped: Big Picture
New Art Exchange
DJ and celebrated TV and Radio presenter, Nihal Arthanayake, leads a panel to discuss the meaning of culture against the back drop of Brexit in the UK, rising political power by right wing parties in Europe, where social media and fake news create...

Event — Nottingham Arts Mela: Double Bill Launch
New Art Exchange
Join us as we celebrate the launch of Nottingham Arts Mela 2019 and mark the new exhibition, Memory of Land. New Art Exchange will be hosting a panel discussion exploring process and contexts of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre in Amritsar 100 years ...

Exhibition — Raghu Rai
Raghu Rai became a photographer in 1965, and a year later joined the staff of The Statesman, a New Delhipublication. Rai left "The Statesman" in 1976 to work as picture editor for "Sunday," a weekly news magazine published in Calcutta. He left in ...

Exhibition — Realism in Rawiya
Main Gallery
Realism in Rawiya presents the work of the first all-female photographic collective to emerge from the Middle East, Rawiya. Operating within what is still a predominantly male-dominated industry, and one fraught with politics, the group credits po...

Exhibition — Digging Deep
Central Gallery
Led by local historian Norma Gregory, with volunteers, the exhibition uncovers the hidden history of coal miners of African Caribbean descent from across the UK. Step through time to experience personal narratives from former members of the coal c...

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New Art Exchange Privacy Policy, New Art Exchange is an art centre and resisted charity (no. 1121755). We are committed to protecting your privacy. All information we retain is collected and held in accordance with the General Data Protection Regu...

Page — Africa
Does Anybody Leave Heaven?, "Does Anybody Leave Heaven?" by Ibrahim Ahmed 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 A...

Blog — Exhibition Review: Satta Hashem 'In Conflict'
Satta Hashem's solo-show, In Conflict: Reflections on the Constant War in Iraq, exhibited in New Art Exchange's Central and Mezzanine Galleries, features a selection of ink drawings, acrylic paintings and mono-screen prints, spanning the past 10 y...

Blog — Who is Stuart Hall?
On the 8th April, 2013, Margret Thatcher died. The world's media mourned. World leaders made statements about how tragic the loss, how she had fought for liberty and freedom, how strong she was, how she was a symbol for women's rights... But she w...

Blog — Melting Pot: Putting Hyson Green's Food in Focus
by Bethan Davies, In April 2014, New Art Exchange presents our very first food festival. Spanning two days of the April Bank Holiday weekend, it presents a line-up of delicious culturally varied cuisine, artists' performances and locally sourced f...

Blog — The Current Situation by Ben Lord
A vast wire representation of the world we live on hangs silently on the wall of the main gallery at New Art Exchange. It's a sculpture that waits in anticipation every day until the 7th September for your interaction and participation. It wants ...

Blog — NAE's ExperiMentors successes in 2014
To celebrate the big successes of our current and past ExperiMentors, we have listed some of the highlights below:, Ben Harriot's current exhibition at New Art Exchange, Beyond the Barber's Blade documenting West Indian barbershops of the Hyson Gr...

Blog — This film must be made! Manick Govinda
I have worked closely with Zarina Bhimji as both a producer and artist advisor, when she received an Artsadmin artists' bursary in 1999 then supporting her with post-production management for her first film installation Out of Blue (2002) and more...

Blog — Review of Upendo- Francesca Perrone
In February, LGBT History Month is celebrated across the UK. For this occasion, Stella Vision organized a rich event through films, discussion and a live music performance, hosted at NAE. I was proud to attend this initiative because in the past I...

Blog — Faster than thought....
Skinder Hundal speaks at the Korea-UK Arts and Culture Conference on 1 Dec 2016, about the role digital technologies have played at New Art Exchange – helping to reinvent arts and cultural production processes, awakening hidden concepts and reaw...



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