During this informal gallery tour, Enam Gbewonyo will guide attendees through her exhibition, Dellu, providing insights into the key themes and the inspiration behind the pieces on display. There will also be a unique opportunity to share your questions and feedback with the artist. The tour will be delivered in English. If you require British […]
Join us to celebrate 15 years of NAE and be amongst the first to experience Dellu, a solo exhibition by textile and performance artist Enam Gbewonyo, and to celebrate a new season of events, artist residencies and community projects. Enjoy a complimentary drink on arrival to the sounds of a West African-inspired DJ set by […]
As part of Black History Month, Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service are celebrating the contributions their Black staff make through a portrait exhibition featuring serving and retired, firefighters and support staff who all serve our communities in different ways and keep people safe. Black and minority ethnic people continue to be underrepresented within the fire […]
Part of the NAE Open, Body Arcana is the live creation of a series of large-scale drawings by Lesley Asare through movement with oil bars on paper. Inspired by the belief that ‘the body holds our entire life experience,’ each drawing begins with the question “If my body could speak, what would it say?” This […]
Part of the NAE Open, this performance will accompany an installation in the Main Gallery, of the same name, where the artist will remove miniature ceramic bowls from a cabinet and clean them whilst humming a song in Farsi, symbolising their getting out from their homeland, Iran. FREE | ALL WELCOME | BOOKING REQUIRED
The NAE Open returns for its third iteration, with a presentation of work that includes paintings, video, live art, photography, textiles and sculpture. This dynamic exhibition was created through a competitive, open application process for Nottinghamshire -based artists and Global Ethnic Majority* artists living anywhere in the UK. Tasked to seek out the most innovative […]
The Black Heritage Exhibition presents a collection of art, stories and conversations around the wider black diaspora and the connection it has amongst its diversity. The exhibition invites a cross-generational collective of four local women Black Artists to showcase a collection of mosaics, artefacts, paintings, photography and archives. Panya Banjoko, Laura Decorum, Paula D Pontes […]
NAE Open artist, Dipesh Pandya will present Let The Record Show II (2023) through his alter ego Swan Nemesis in a performance of Outspoken Word + Subliminal Bass, staged in a car outside the NAE building. There will be two performances, the first at 7.15pm and then again at 8.30pm.