Site Gallery

10 Jun
Site Gallery presents the first UK solo-retrospective of tricksters, pranksters and media hackers Eva and Franco Mattes aka 0100101110101101.org. Renowned for their masterful subversions of public media, their work is precariously balanced on the edge of legal, ethical and social boundaries. ..more

Site Gallery

Lies inc - opening
Eva and Franco Mattes
9 Jun
Site Gallery presents the first UK solo-retrospective of tricksters, pranksters and media hackers Eva and Franco Mattes aka 0100101110101101.org. Renowned for their masterful subversions of public media, their work is precariously balanced on the edge of legal, ethical and social boundaries. ..more

Site Gallery

8 Jun
Site Gallery presents the first UK solo-retrospective of tricksters, pranksters and media hackers Eva and Franco Mattes aka 0100101110101101.org. Renowned for their masterful subversions of public media, their work is precariously balanced on the edge of legal, ethical and social boundaries. ..more

Site Gallery

Eva and Franco Mattes
9 Jun - 30 Jul 2011
Site Gallery presents the first UK solo-retrospective of tricksters, pranksters and media hackers Eva and Franco Mattes aka 0100101110101101.org. Renowned for their masterful subversions of public media, their work is precariously balanced on the edge of legal, ethical and social boundaries. ..more

Bloc

A Sheffield Song
Opening event
3 Jun
Emma Talbot’s exhibition A Sheffield Song is a new installation of drawings based on Sheffield, a city she has begun to develop a growing attachment to in the last two years. ..more

Bloc

Emma Talbot
4 Jun - 18 Jun 2011
Emma Talbot’s exhibition A Sheffield Song is a new installation of drawings based on Sheffield, a city she has begun to develop a growing attachment to in the last two years. ..more

Site Gallery

Chris Hodson and Sarah Staton
27 May
The culmination of Chris Hodson & Sarah Staton’s experimental two week augmented reality, virtual sculpture project. What happens to sculpture when it is rendered virtual? What do you gain and what do you lose? ..more

Site Gallery

xyz
Sarah Staton and Chris Hodson
17 May - 28 May 2011
What happens to sculpture when it is rendered virtual? What do you gain and what do you lose? In virtual reality concrete can float, liquid can solidify, but the materiality of sculpture, the space it takes up in relation to bodies, its inherent gravity is gone. ..more

Coterie Gallery

Here Comes The Reverie
3 Jun
All are welcome to this opening event for an exhibition of contemporary watercolours by Patrick Bridge, Andy Cropper, Dominic Mason, Jade Morris, Jane Walker, & Sean Williams. Here Comes The Reverie brings together work by six Sheffield-based artists. They share an interest in working and experimenting with the often-underrated medium ... ..more

Coterie Gallery

Here Comes the Reverie
3 Jun - 30 Jun 2011
Here Comes The Reverie brings together work by six Sheffield-based artists. They share an interest in working and experimenting with the often-underrated medium of watercolour. ..more

Sheffield Institute of Arts Gallery

Stigmata - performance and opening
Maiada Aboud
20 May
Aboud's work in performance and video explores Middle Eastern culture, conflict and identity, from her perspective as an Arab Israeli Christian woman. In her video performances see her pushing the limits of her body, through endurance and withdrawal from the world. ..more

S1 Artspace

17 May
S1 Studio artists welcome you to join them for a drink at S1 Artspace and view their open studios, which are now (almost) finished and fully functioning as working spaces, followed by Testing Space, a selection of performance and screenings ..more

The Workstation

Luke Avery
5 May - 31 May 2011
A unique collection of photographs taken by Luke Avery, who took to the streets of Sheffield every day throughout the course of 2010 to document the city of Sheffield and its inhabitants. ..more

Sheffield Theatres

Tea Is An Evening Meal
26 May - 28 May 2011
Tea is an Evening Meal is a witty and intimate piece of theatre. Faye Draper’s latest solo performance takes place around a table, a dining table and a dining table up North. The habits, the routines and characteristics of coming from above Birmingham are gently exposed and honestly shared. The ... ..more

Sheffield Institute of Arts Gallery

4 May - 20 May 2011
Have you ever received a gift that you don't like, but feel you should keep? How do you decide where to keep it, and for how long? The Campaign for Objects in Purgatory gives you the opportunity to share the dilemmas created by these troublesome possessions. Campaign for Objects in ... ..more

S1 Artspace

14 May
With text by Emma Cocker and images by Sophie Mellor and Simon Poulter, Manual for Marginal Places is a textbook for exploring the peripheral, acknowledging marginal acts as well as marginal places. ..more

Access Space

Marcin Szuba
14 May - 25 Jun 2011
An exhibition of new paintings. For Marcin painting is a way to show the innermost thoughts and emotions he does not usually share with anyone else. His works are reflections of his life, transformed into visual metaphors ..more

Access Space

Marcin Szuba
13 May
An exhibition of new paintings. For Marcin painting is a way to show the innermost thoughts and emotions he does not usually share with anyone else. His works are reflections of his life, transformed into visual metaphors. ..more

Access Space

Salim Malla
7 May - 18 Jun 2011
Salim Malla’s work is based on the idea of “reuse objects”, working with the concepts of time, space and energy, and establishing relations with the world of art, society and nature. This installation is the starting point of the REUSE project. ..more

Access Space

Salim Malla
6 May
Salim Malla’s work is based on the idea of “reuse objects”, working with the concepts of time, space and energy, and establishing relations with the world of art, society and nature ..more

Museums Sheffield: Millennium Gallery

12 May
Alison Morton, Exhibition Programmer, will explain the background to the exhibition and tell you some of the individual stories behind the drawings. Free, no need to book ..more

S1 Artspace

RaRa Symposium: Just Do(ing) It
14 May
Artist-led and self-organised cultural activity as resistance to Capitalism. Building on previous RadicalAesthetics-RadicalArt (RaRa) events, this symposium explores strategies, tactics and work being carried out on the ground‚ by artists and cultural activists towards a better world. ..more

sheffield Institute of Arts Gallery

Maiada Aboud
19 May - 5 Jun 2011
Maiada Aboud's work in performance and video explores Middle Eastern culture, conflict and identity, from her perspective as an Arab Israeli Christian woman. ..more

Sheffield Institute of Arts Gallery

Martyn Ware, Malcolm Garrett
3 May - 15 May 2011
a soundscape installation put together by Martyn Ware and Malcolm Garrett. With a theme of urban architecture and social dynamics, the installation projects Sheffield's relationship with the world at large. ..more

Museums Sheffield: Millennium Gallery

Kateřina Šedá
4 May
Kateřina Šedá’s work encourages us to ‘question our place within our community’. Artists and engagement practitioners invite you to join a creative discussion about how art and creativity is making a difference for the people and communities of Sheffield. ..more

Sheffield Hallam University

16 May
Absence Makes the Mind Wander is an abstract exploration of a man’s struggle to make sense of his environment as he battles with the onset of Alzheimer’s Disease. ..more

Sheffield Hallam University

Absence Makes the Mind Wander
Tom Sparks, Lizzie Hefferin, Harry Rollin
17 May - 21 May 2011
an abstract exploration of a man’s struggle to make sense of his environment as he battles with the onset of Alzheimer’s Disease. Albert’s mind transports him back to happier times in his life as he fights the disorientation ..more

Cupola Gallery

6 May
An opening event which celebrates the start of two exhibitions at Cupola: Matroyshka by Kate Sully, and Something to Tickle our Fancy, a mixed group show. ..more

Cupola Gallery

Kate Sully
6 May - 3 Jul 2011
This series of work explores contemporary issues using a family of large scale Russian dolls to tell new stories, each one using a range of mixed media, relevant digital imagery and found objects. ..more

Cupola Gallery

6 May - 3 Jul 2011
A selected mixed group show across all media that tickles Cupola's fancy. Artwork which appeals directly to Cupola, much of which contains humour or connects to the spirit of optimism, celebration and enjoyment of art and artists. ..more

Creative Arts Development Space (CADS)

6 May
PRISM is one of Sheffield's leading contemporary art events, utilising various venues across the city to exhibit work by emerging and established artists. Featuring live music alongside works by an international selection of contemporary artists ..more

S1 Artspace

What it is Not - Screening & performance
5 May
A LUX touring programme bringing together new video works by UK based artists. Prior to the screening there will be a performance by David Raymond Conroy. ..more

Various Venues

30 Apr - 8 May 2011
Open Up Sheffield is the city's annual visual arts event, which offers artists the opportunity to showcase their work and engage a curious public. Over the next two weekends, 107 artists working in studios across Sheffield and South Yorkshire will open their doors ..more

CADS

16 Apr - 4 May 2011
A sound art exhibition by various artists, including Ian Baxter, Matt Butt, Mark Fell, Neil Webb and Ron Wright. ..more

Bloc

6 May
In association with Compass Live Art, Bloc Projects presents Ecstatic, an evening’s exploration of all things human through the medium of the body, identity and play. ..more

Cupola Gallery

Stephen Todd
1 Apr - 2 May 2011
A show of English seascapes that explores history, from the personal to the classical. It starts with an estuary sunset and ends at a city of gold. 'The angel of history, face turned towards the past’ (Walter Benjamin). Images are not passive to the passage of time. The ... ..more

Museums Sheffield: Millennium Gallery

Kateřina Šedá
2 Mar - 30 May 2011
Based in the Czech Republic, Kateřina Šedá is an acclaimed contemporary artist whose work often touches on ideas of community, memory and collective identity. In a new commission for Museums Sheffield, Líšeň Profile, Kateřina has worked with hundreds of Czech volunteers in a search for those individuals who best reflect ... ..more

Site Gallery

Guy Ben-Ner
19 Mar - 14 May 2011
The first UK solo exhibition by Guy Ben-Ner in a public gallery, including a new commission: ‘Spies’. Guy Ben-Ner was born in Israel in 1969 and currently lives in Tel Aviv. Site has commissioned a new work ‘Spies’, which relates to the bible story of the ‘twelve spies’ who were ... ..more

Bloc Billboards

McCartneyVelardi
7 Mar - 7 Jun 2011
A new work for the Bloc Billboards by Nicola McCartney and Jonathan Velardi, who share a mutual interest in identity and stereotype within the context of popular culture through research and discussion. For the Bloc Billboards, the artists present two different works around themes of familiarity, seduction and the dream. ... ..more

Bank Street Arts

8 Feb - 5 Mar 2011
Anne Rook was a special jury prize winner in the 2009 Sheffield Artists’ Book Prize. Bank Street Arts is hosting an exhibition of Anne’s work around the theme of Spontaneous Cities, showing something of the breadth of her practice beyond the artist’s book. ..more

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