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 […]
An Exhibition of Self Discovery Journey of the Mind combines Sikh teachings with new forms of storytelling to encourage visitors to think about their own minds to help improve mental wellbeing. Featuring figurative drawings and digitally created paintings by world-renowned Sikh artist Kanwar Singh, and short films by British animator Christian Wood, the exhibition explores […]
Situated outside the NAE in the Street Gallery, Communities In Motion is an exhibition curated by Lisa Robinson with local photographer Tom Morley. It presents a series of photographs of local Black centres that connect to the history of past, present and future of Black activism in Nottingham. The exhibition questions: is there a need for […]
Billy Dosanjh is an artist, filmmaker and story-teller whose practice pays tribute to every displaced person. Born and raised in the Black Country area of the West Midlands, he has built a body of work that explores the lives of South Asian empire workers who arrived in this blue-collar region in the last throes […]
Back by popular demand, the NAE Open returns this summer presenting painting, drawing, video, live art, photography, textiles and sculpture.
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.
NAE is proud to present Here, an exhibition by the award-winning artist, Phoebe Boswell.
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.