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Art Sheffield 10

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Thursday 1 October 6-7.30pm
Announcing plans for Art Sheffield 10

Showroom, Paternoster Row, Sheffield S1 2BX

Art Sheffield 10, the next city-wide contemporary art festival organised by Sheffield Contemporary Art Forum, will take place from 6 March until 1 May 2010.

Over the last year, international curators Frederique Bergholtz and Annie Fletcher have been working with curators in Sheffield to discuss ideas and to programme Art Sheffield 10. The context for this event involves looking at artists practices which are concerned with the idea of 'affect' – including care ethics, affective labour (domestic or caring labour which involves the production of affects such as ease, well-being, care, satisfaction, pleasure and so on ), ideas on the politics of friendship and corresponding notions of otherness and the marginal .

Come along and learn more about plans for the festival at this special event, when we will be inviting Annie Fletcher and Frederique Bergholtz to talk about the themes of the festival, and some of the artists who will be showing their work.

Spaces are limited, so please book to secure your place. Art Sheffield 10 is supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England

The event is free to attend
To Book email jo@artsheffield.org
or call 0114 2812013

[image credits: Haegue Yang, Holiday for Tomorrow, 2007; Ruth Ewan, Squeezebox Jukebox (2009). Performance documentation, Tate Britain, London; Haroon Mirza, Adhãn, Installation view, 2009

For more information visit www.artsheffield.org

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