Clock Tower Gallery

Warren Hayes, Jonathan Wilkinson, Sean Williams
6 Apr - 13 May 2009
Between here... and here is an exhibition by three Sheffield-based artists whose work capable of evoking strong thoughts and feelings, and the artists have attempted to make artwork that generates similar or new feelings. ..more

Encounters Shop

Ta(l)king Place
7 Apr
Join Ta(l)king Place for the third in a series of open sessions inviting networking and discussion around the intersections of contemporary art, architecture and community action. This month's event explores technology as a potential barrier to or enabler of participation, with presentations from Tony Broomhead and James Wallbank. ..more

SIAD Gallery

Transfixed Motion / Transitory Still
3 Apr - 18 Apr 2009
The two notions of stillness and movement, and how these can powerfully conflict, contradict or compliment each other, are the premise of Transfixed Motion | Transitory Still. This exhibition, curated by Esther Johnson and David Williams, brings together a diverse group of 22 UK-based artists whose work reflects the ... ..more

Various venues

25 Apr
A bit of culture for those who fancy trying something a bit different on a Saturday afternoon. Join Sheffield based artist Lesley Guy as she takes you round a selection of galleries and studios in Sheffield, and shares insights into the work exhibited. The tour will start at the Millennium ... ..more

SIAD gallery

2 Apr
Sheffield Hallam's Fine Art Degree Show 2009 will hold a fundraising auction of t-shirts, customised by local, national and international contemporary artists. Bid on limited edition t-shirts from both established artists and artists emerging as names for the future. Hosted by Sharon Kivland. ..more

Yorkshire ArtSpace: Persistence Works

25 Apr - 26 Apr 2009
Yorkshire ArtSpace: Persistence Works will be taking part in the annual event, when artists and makers once more open their studio doors to the public, involving all kinds of artists and makers across the city and beyond into South Yorkshire. ..more

Encounters Shop

Encounters
24 Mar - 5 Apr 2009
Encounters take up residence in disused shops working with local people and visitors to create multi authored artworks exploring themes of people, place and community. ..more

Access Space

Place, Identity, Possessions - opening event
Trevor Tomlin
27 Mar
Trevor Tomlin's first solo show integrates the main themes in his art practice, particularly how place informs identity and possessions reflect our personalities. ..more

Access Space

Trevor Tomlin
28 Mar - 6 May 2009
Trevor Tomlin's first solo show integrates the main themes in his art practice, particularly how place informs identity and possessions reflect our personalities. ..more

Millennium Gallery

25 Jun - 20 Sep 2009
Presented by the V&A; and Crafts Council, Out of the Ordinary: Spectacular Craft will bring together the work of artists from the UK, America, Nigeria, China and Japan. Taking inspiration from the familiar and the forgotten, each of these artists has used traditional craft techniques at the heart of their ... ..more

Site Gallery

Jörg Heiser
2 Apr
Jörg Heiser, co-editor of Frieze and curator of the international touring exhibition ‘Romantic Conceptualism’ will talk about Guido van der Werve’s work in relation to the notion of romantic conceptualism – the idea that a number of artists are working in ways whereby the rigidity and rationality of conceptual structures ... ..more

Furnival Lecture Theatre, Sheffield Hallam University

A Picture of You? - Debate
26 Mar
An event linked to the current exhibition at Graves, A Picture of You?, exploring identity within British contemporary art. Join the debate with Keith Piper, Zineb Sedira, Tessa Jackson and Sheila MacGregor to consider the relationship between British art and identity. This event is also part of The Great British ... ..more

Crucible Theatre, Sheffield

Forced Entertainment
4 Apr
Spectacular is a new performance from Forced Entertainment adding to their unique body of work and following recent acclaimed shows The World in Pictures, Exquisite Pain and Bloody Mess. ..more

Persistence Works’ Meeting Room

Robert Casselton Clark
2 Apr
Yorkshire ArtSpace current artist in residence Robert Casselton Clark will be revealing his ideas and work developed during his residency so far. Spaces are limited - to secure your place please RSVP to Mir on mir@artspace.org.uk ..more

Site Gallery

Performer. Audience. Fuck Off.
Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard
26 Mar
A live performance by artists Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard are best known for their re-enactments of significant moments from the history of art and pop culture, such as their re-staging of David Bowie's final performance as Ziggy Stardust 25 years to the day after the original event ..more

S1 Artspace

Kim Coleman & Jenny Hogarth
22 May
For their next solo exhibition, S1 has commissioned Kim Coleman & Jenny Hogarth to develop a new series of works. Kim Coleman (born Northern Ireland, 1976, lives in London) and Jenny Hogarth (born Glasgow, 1979, lives in Edinburgh) work collaboratively, placing a great deal of emphasis on the participatory and ... ..more

S1 Artspace

23 Apr
The next S1 Members & Associates exhibition is curated by Thom O’Nions and Haroon Mirza and will be the first in a series of shows addressing the problem of sound spill in group exhibitions. ..more

S1 Artspace

Nina Canell, Torsten Lauschmann, Guy Sherwin, Richard Sides
24 Apr - 9 May 2009
The next S1 Members & Associates exhibition is curated by Thom O’Nions and Haroon Mirza and will be the first in a series of shows addressing the problem of sound spill in group exhibitions. ..more

SIAD Gallery

Universal Everything
18 Feb - 4 Mar 2009
Matt Pyke of Sheffield's Universal Everything brings his selection of new digital artworks to the the SIAD Gallery, elements of which were recently shown outside the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. ..more

Yorkshire ArtSpace: Persistence Works

13 Mar
This Spring, visitors to Persistence Works can expect to find a range of art works from Armelle Skatulski, Claudia Firth, Darren Flint, Eduardo Padilha and Tamsin Snow. The artists make up Reworking, an artistic collective who have grown out of the Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths University of London. The ... ..more

Yorkshire ArtSpace: Persistence Works

16 Mar - 26 Apr 2009
An exhibition by Armelle Skatulski, Claudia Firth, Darren Flint, Eduardo Padilha and Tamsin Snow. The artists make up Reworking, an artistic collective who have grown out of the Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths University of London. The group are interested in the concept of work and its significance in today’s ... ..more

Musuems Sheffield: Graves Gallery

10 Nov - 14 Mar 2009
Three contemporary artworks from Tate are now on display in the Graves, courtesy of the ongoing Visual Dialogues project. Self Portrait as a Businessman, by Pawel Althamer, Butterfly Catchers, by Hannah Starkey and Boats by Bethan Huws, all make connections with existing works in Sheffield’s collection. ..more

Yorkshire ArtSpace: Persistence Works

Clinton de Menezes
26 Jan - 6 Mar 2009
New work by Clinton de Menezes, which is the artist's first solo show in the UK since emigrating from South Africa a year and a half ago. The artist has taken as his starting point the idea of ‘Probe’ as a critical or exploratory investigation, expedition or device designed to ... ..more

S1 Artspace

12 Mar
S1 / salon returns with a new season of artist film and video programmes presenting works from Belgium, France, Germany, the UK and USA. Selected exclusively from an open call, this years selection panel were Benjamin Cook, director of LUX, artist Anja Kirschner, and curator, Sophia Crilly. ..more

Site Gallery

Paul Etienne Lincoln
4 Mar - 5 Mar 2009
New York-based artist Paul Etienne Lincoln, who is known for his complex, allegorical installations inspired by historical figures, memory, and sensorial perception, will be undertaking a production residency at Site and presenting work in progress. ..more

Site Gallery

Paul Etienne Lincoln
5 Mar
New York-based artist Paul Etienne Lincoln, who is known for his complex, allegorical installations inspired by historical figures, memory, and sensorial perception, will be undertaking a production residency at Site and presenting work in progress. ..more

Showroom

25 Mar
Victor Mazin is a curator, art critic, philosopher, translator, and author. He is editor of the arts and science journal Kabinet, Head of the Department of Theoretical Psychoanalysis at East-European Institute of Psychoanalysis, and founder of Freud's Dreams Museum in St. Petersburg. ..more

Showroom

11 Mar
Tom Dale does things. He does things to things with which we are familiar, to make them strange. The work for him is the consequence of these actions. ..more

Showroom

4 Mar
Breda Beban is an artist, curator and a creative producer. Describing life simply and without obvious elaborations, her productions are invested with the profundity of human emotion. ..more

Showroom

18 Mar
Guido van der Werve constructs possible scenarios and imaginary realities where various geographies collide in order to generate momentary sensations of unusual, dream-like intensity. ..more

Access Space

Mike Howe
17 Jan - 12 Mar 2009
Mandalas are found among the most ancient art forms - it is thought that they expressed an awe of the natural world and natural cycles. Using the familiar circular form of the mandala, Mike Howe has created a series of detailed and intriguing textures and designs, manipulating photographs of ... ..more

Access Space

Kate Vale & James Wallbank
15 Nov - 12 Mar 2009
The Objective Room is a site specific installation created for Access Space, inspired by a room described in one of C.S. Lewis's theological science fiction novels. ..more

Museums Sheffield: Millennium Gallery

 
Suky Best
15 Jan - 8 Apr 2009
Museums Sheffield with Lovebytes presents The Return of the Native, shown on the Millennium Gallery plasma screens. Artist Suky Best highlights the gradual disappearance of once hitherto common types of wildlife from their former habitats across the UK. ..more

Graves Gallery

18 Feb - 2 May 2009
How we define ourselves in the age of the individual is the theme of this contemporary art exhibition, which features work from leading British artists including Grayson Perry, Gillian Wearing and Mona Hatoum. A Picture of You? is part of The Great British Art Debate, a four year collaboration with ... ..more

Clock Tower Gallery

Lorraine Kay
23 Feb - 2 Apr 2009
Sponsored by the Hallamshire Physiotherapy group,'Pain'tings' is a personal documentary which explores how the creative focus can help deal with painful and debilitating health problems, resulting in improvements in both physical and emotional well-being, including a reduced dependency on medication. ..more

Museums Sheffield: Graves Gallery

Seiko Kinoshita
24 Nov - 23 Nov 2009
24th Nov 2007 - 23rd Nov 2009. A new piece of sculptural art by Sheffield based Japanese artist Seiko Kinoshita, who was commissioned to create this large scale piece of work comprising 580 blue birds made from paper yarn. Blue Bird has been commissioned for the stairwell that links the ... ..more

Museums Sheffield: Millennium Gallery

Claire Morgan
18 Oct - 8 Mar 2009
An installation depicting the graceful flight and subsequent fall of a bird through clusters of privet leaves, continuing Morgan’s exploration of our relationship with the natural world. ..more

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