Join us for an evening of art, music and drinks to celebrate all of the artists presented in the NAE Open 2022. The winners will be awarded a variety of prizes including the prestigious Main Prize, selected by a panel of respected artists and curators, the Public Choice prize, generated by visitors to the show […]
This vibrant exhibition showcases the art created by students from NEST (Nottingham Education Sanctuary Team), a full-time educational provision for asylum seeker and refugees aged 15-19 years.
Trinity is the largest solo exhibition to date from highly acclaimed artist Hetain Patel
Cut & Mix interrogate notions of race, gender, sexualities, class, place and identities in relation to Black British masculinities. Curated by Ian Sergeant.
Exploring themes of love, labour and liberty in the practice of seven female artists from Africa and its diasporas.
Arit Emmanuela Etukudo was the recipient of the NAE Open 2019 Exhibition Prize. This will be her first solo exhibition in the UK.
4UBU is a comfy, safe and relaxing space for different types of communities to develop ideas with each other and the NAE team. A space for 'us' to slow down and get to know each other, and interact with visual arts, books, film/moving image, sound, and sculptures generously developed by Black folks.
Saturday 10 July - Sunday 3 October 2021
UNTITLED: art on the conditions of our time is a major new touring exhibition produced by New Art Exchange, curated in collaboration with NAE by Paul Goodwin and Hansi Momodu-Gordon.