Access Space

Will Schrimshaw
28 Jan
Sound artist Will Schrimshaw is Access Space's Artist in Residence throughout this month. His project, Spectral Influence, aims to explore the way in which the noises and lighting of the city we occupy influences our movements and emotional relations with urban space and the others we share this space with. ..more

Access Space

Will Schrimshaw
28 Jan - 5 Mar 2011
Sound artist Will Schrimshaw is Access Space's Artist in Residence. His project, Spectral Influence, aims to explore the way in which the noises and lighting of the city we occupy influences our movements and emotional relations with urban space and the others we share this space with. ..more

Sheffield Hallam University (City Campus)

Oriana Fox
25 Jul
Oriana Fox is an artist who uses performance, sculpture, painting, and video to make reference to and critique the representation of women in contemporary media and the iconic feminist artists of the 1970s. She does this with a knowing sense of humour, the portrayal of women in popular culture and ... ..more

Sheffield Hallam University (City Campus)

Oliver Zwink
16 Feb
Oliver Zwink’s drawings, collages, films, photographs, and installations approach the urban terrain by re-creating and simulating a work-process, in which randomness and planning, construction, and destruction generate complex imagery and fragile physical shapes. Influenced by Post Marxist/Situationist thinking, his work crosses between anti-utopian and poetic transformation; highlighting the interdependence of ... ..more

Sheffield Hallam University (City Campus)

Ian Rawlinson
9 Feb
The work of Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson is a poetic exploration of cultural values. Their work addresses questions around faith, politics, national identity, and the environment. Works like The Fireworks, The Carrier’s Prayer or The Four Horsemen operate though an unravelling of the social and ideological consequences of an ... ..more

Sheffield Hallam University (City Campus)

Laurent Tixador
2 Feb
In SHU’s latest series of Transmission lectures they will explore how art can provoke, activate, and antagonise the viewer. Tixador’s projects have a utopian proposition and are often extreme. In 2005 he undertook several expeditions to Greenland, becoming the first artist to reach the North Pole. In 2009, in Total ... ..more

Sheffield Hallam University (City Campus)

Craig Fisher
26 Feb
In SHU’s new series of Transmission lectures they will explore how art can provoke, activate, and antagonise the viewer. Craig Fisher makes large-scale sculptural installations using fabrics, questioning representations of violence and disaster. He is particularly interested in playing with boundaries, mixing techniques of art and craft, referring to both ... ..more

Castle Market, Sheffield

Jo Wallace, Judy Hockley, Silvia Champion
14 Feb - 14 Apr 2011
For two months Castle Market will be hosting three artists in residence. For ten weeks dedicated stalls on the Lower Floor of Castle Market will serve as a workspace for three Sheffield based artists, Jo Wallace, Judy Hockley and Silvia Champion. During this time each artist will develop a new ... ..more

Cupola Gallery

Now and Then - Talk
5 Feb - 26 Mar 2011
In conjunction with Cupola's 20th anniversary celebrations and their Now and Then exhibition, which shows work by artists Cupola has represented over the years, Director Karen Sherwood discusses the question of "Going forward - where now?", with artist guest speakers (to be announced). ..more

Cupola Gallery

Now and then - opening
4 Feb
'Now and then' is an opportunity, in Cupola's 20th anniversary year, to see and re-visit some of the artists, works and exhibitions Cupola has had the pleasure of representing and hosting over the years. ..more

Cupola Gallery

4 Feb - 27 Mar 2011
An exhibition featuring new or early work from artists who have a long history with Cupola. Over 10,000 artists have exhibited with Cupola since it first opened its doors in August 1991 but represented here are just a few of the many artists that have enjoyed a long relationship ... ..more

Sheffield Institute of Arts

The Animal Gaze
18 Feb - 20 Mar 2011
The Animal Gaze examines new ways in which animals appear in contemporary art and the contingent ethics and aesthetics to which such practice may be subject. Representations of animals that regularly appear elsewhere in the visual culture of our own species are avoided (no animals as decoration, nor status symbols ... ..more

Sheffield Institute of Arts

Ines Lechleitner and Chloë Brown
27 Jan
All are welcome to a talk about the new work by Ines Lechleitner and Chloë Brown, currently showing at Sheffield Hallam University, introduced by Jasper Joseph-Lester. ..more

Sheffield Institute of Arts

Chloë Brown and Ines Lechleitner
26 Jan
All are welcome to this opening event: The special bond between a young woman and a tiger in Zoologische Garten Berlin is the subject of one part of a new, collaborative art work between Sheffield-based artist Chloë Brown and Ines Lechleitner, who lives in Berlin. The work results from their ... ..more

Site Gallery

Tom Woolner
25 Feb
A new performance work. Expanding on previous projects with his makeshift troupe The Archimboldo Players, the artist will bring the sculptural and performative sides of his practice together, orchestrating a hybrid event with a new cast of characters, performers, volunteers and musicians. By collaborating with others and stretching his practice ... ..more

Site Gallery

Sonya Dyer
2 Feb
In conjunction with Sonya Dyer's Site Platform Paul Robeson Research Station, which takes place 1-19 February, there will be two films shown starring Paul Robeson, each followed by a discussion with an invited speaker. ..more

Site Gallery

Sonya Dyer
9 Feb
In conjunction with Sonya Dyer's Site Platform Paul Robeson Research Station, which takes place 1-19 February, there will be two films shown starring Paul Robeson, each followed by a discussion with an invited speaker. ..more

Site Gallery

Sonya Dyer and Becky Shaw
18 Feb
In conjunction with Sonya Dyer's Site Platform Paul Robeson Research Station, which takes place 1-19 February, there will be an artist’s talk & discussion, chaired by Becky Shaw. This will be followed by choral event and refreshments. ..more

Site Gallery

Site Platform: Paul Robeson Research Station
Sonya Dyer
2 Feb - 19 Feb 2011
Paul Robeson Research Station presents a series of screenings, discussions and live mapping, culminating in a choral performance. Paul Robeson (1898 – 1976) was an American actor, singer, scholar, athlete, writer, lawyer, trade unionist and social justice advocate. The son of an escaped slave, he was at the forefront of ... ..more

Bloc

Too Much Is Barely Enough
10 Jan - 22 Jan 2011
An exhibition of new, strange watercolours by five artists who share an interest in experimenting with the use of the traditional medium of watercolours to create unnerving and unusual imagery. ..more

Sheffield Institute of Arts Gallery

The Hum
Chloë Brown and Ines Lechleitner
26 Jan - 13 Feb 2011
The special bond between a young woman and a tiger in Zoologische Garten Berlin is the subject of one part of a new, collaborative art work between Sheffield-based artist Chloë Brown and Ines Lechleitner, who lives in Berlin. The work results from their shared interest in animal/human studies and was ... ..more

Cupola Gallery

3 Dec - 9 Jan 2011
A selected mixed group exhibition across all media of work inspired or influenced by the artist, poet and visionary William Blake. ..more

Museums Sheffield: Graves Gallery

Sarah Woodfine
27 Nov
Island is a new commission for the Graves Gallery by British artist Sarah Woodfine, in response to William Maw Egley's Lady of Shallot (1858) in Sheffield's art collection. Through her work, Woodfine explores imaginary worlds that border between the familiar and fantastical. ..more

Museums Sheffield: Graves Gallery

Sutapa Biswas
27 Nov
A new contemporary artwork for Sheffield's collection. Magnesium Bird is an evocative and haunting work by Indian-born British artist Sutapa Biswas, filmed in the walled gardens at Harewood House, North Yorkshire. Sutapa Biswas' work often engages with issues of time, desire, feminism, cultural identity and memory, and are inspired by ... ..more

S1 Artspace

11 Dec - 5 Feb 2011
An exhibition that includes over 50 artists from S1’s 15 year history. ..more

Site Gallery

Graham Ellard and Stephen Johnstone
14 Jan
As part of their Site Platform exhibition, Things to Come (1936), which takes place from 11 – 29 January, Graham Ellard and Stephen Johnstone will screen previous films from their series and talk about the project with Lisa le Feuvre, Director of The Henry Moore Institute, Leeds and co-curator ... ..more

Site Gallery

Graham Ellard and Stephen Johnstone
11 Jan - 29 Jan 2011
Site Platform offers an opportunity for artists to use the gallery space to develop new work in the gallery setting whilst also allowing audiences to engage with the process. The artists are each given up to two weeks in the gallery, during which the projects change and develop or incorporate ... ..more

Museums Sheffield: Millennium Gallery

John Armstrong, Dreaming Head, 1938
Art in Britain 1914 - 1945
6 Oct - 30 Jan 2011
An exhibition exploring one of the most momentous periods in British history and a critical point in the development of Modern British Art. Curated by Museums Sheffield as part of the Great British Art Debate, Restless Times: Art in Britain 1914 – 1945 will show how an era of difficulty ... ..more

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