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The Study Sessions: The Politics of Opacity-3
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The Study Sessions: The Politics of Opacity-3
27 June 2017
This series of study sessions will explore notions of ‘opacity’, ‘imperceptibility’ and ‘disappearance’ from a number of different perspectives, and in...
CANCELLED: New Institutionalities #1
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CANCELLED: New Institutionalities #1
20 June 2017
 PLEASE NOTE: Due to unforeseen circumstances this event has been cancelled and postponed until further notice. Please watch this space for a future release...
The Study Sessions: The Politics of Opacity-2
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The Study Sessions: The Politics of Opacity-2
13 June 2017
This series of study sessions will explore notions of ‘opacity’, ‘imperceptibility’ and ‘disappearance’ from a number of different perspectives, and in...
The Study Sessions: The Politics of Opacity-1
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The Study Sessions: The Politics of Opacity-1
30 May 2017
This series of study sessions will explore notions of ‘opacity’, ‘imperceptibility’ and ‘disappearance’ from a number of different perspectives, and in...
African American Activism in Nottingham
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African American Activism in Nottingham
02 May 2017
Please join Nottingham Contemporary and PhD student Hannah-Rose Murray (University of Nottingham) who will discuss the legacy of African American activism in Nottingham.
Artist Talk: Keith Piper
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Artist Talk: Keith Piper
27 April 2017
Artist Keith Piper presents his work in the context of Nottingham's 1980's Black Arts Movement and his current exhibitions at New Art Exchange and Nottingham...
The Study Sessions: Frantz Fanon-5
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The Study Sessions: Frantz Fanon-5
25 April 2017
This series of Study Sessions will focus on the work of Frantz Fanon, a psychiatrist and political thinker, with a special focus on his revolutionary psychiatric writings...
The Study Sessions: Frantz Fanon-4
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The Study Sessions: Frantz Fanon-4
11 April 2017
This series of Study Sessions will focus on the work of Frantz Fanon, a psychiatrist and political thinker, with a special focus on his revolutionary psychiatric writings...
The Study Sessions: Frantz Fanon-3
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The Study Sessions: Frantz Fanon-3
21 March 2017
This series of Study Sessions will focus on the work of Frantz Fanon, a psychiatrist and political thinker, with a special focus on his revolutionary psychiatric writings...
Radical Black Art Working Convention Revisited
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Radical Black Art Working Convention Revisited
18 March 2017 - 19 March 2017
This two-day event will present a panel discussion, talks, debates, performance and music revisiting some of the conversations that took place in the 1984 Radical Black...
The Study Sessions: Frantz Fanon-2
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The Study Sessions: Frantz Fanon-2
07 March 2017
This series of Study Sessions will focus on the work of Frantz Fanon, a psychiatrist and political thinker, with a special focus on his revolutionary psychiatric writings...
The Anti Gallery
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The Anti Gallery
02 March 2017 - 30 April 2017
Inspired by The Place is Here, The Anti Gallery led a one month art making course looking at themes of marginalisation. As a result, participants have created their own...
The Study Sessions: Frantz Fanon
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The Study Sessions: Frantz Fanon
21 February 2017 - 25 April 2017
Frantz Fanon (1925-1961) was a psychiatrist, an ethno-psychiatrist and a revolutionary political thinker, one of the few supporting the decolonisation struggles occurring...
Frantz Fanon Study Sessions-1
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Frantz Fanon Study Sessions-1
21 February 2017
This series of Study Sessions will focus on the work of Frantz Fanon, a psychiatrist and political thinker, with a special focus on his revolutionary psychiatric writings...
Art, Activism, Race and Social Justice
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Art, Activism, Race and Social Justice
16 February 2017
An evening discussion with artists and community activists, examining the role of art and culture at key moments in the struggle for racial justice...
Wednesday Walkthroughs
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Wednesday Walkthroughs
08 February 2017 - 19 April 2017
Join us for a different perspective on our exhibition as artists, researchers and academics give short talks in their field of expertise relating to the concepts of The...
Bread and Roses
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Bread and Roses
10 November 2016
South African-born novelist Gillian Slovo in conversation with Ross Bradshaw from Five Leaves Bookshop. 
Captured: Documenting Incarceration
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Captured: Documenting Incarceration
04 November 2016 - 05 November 2016
A two-day documentary film event featuring screenings, workshops and Q&A with directors looking at the role of filmmaking in challenging public perceptions of...
The Best and the Rest
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The Best and the Rest
01 November 2016
In an age of increasing economic precarity among young people and decreased provision of arts education in schools, how do we make the arguments for cultural...
Surviving Art School Workshop
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Surviving Art School Workshop
29 October 2016
Delivered by Collective Creativity, this workshop will look at race and racism, in art and art schools in the UK.Collective Creativity are an artist group focused on...
Surviving Art School Publication Launch
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Surviving Art School Publication Launch
28 October 2016
Join Collective Creativity for the launch of their new zine about how art students survive art school today. Produced at Nottingham Contemporary with students from...
Artist Talk: Marguerite Humeau
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Artist Talk: Marguerite Humeau
18 October 2016
Marguerite Humeau, artist of the exhibition FOXP2, in conversation with Sam Thorne, director of Nottingham Contemporary.
Spot Talks
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Spot Talks
18 October 2016 - 17 December 2016
Short 20-30 minute talks based on the current exhibitions conducted by our knowledgeable and friendly Gallery Assistants.Tuesdays 3.30pmWednesdays 11amThursdays...
Autumn Walkthroughs
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Autumn Walkthroughs
15 October 2016 - 08 January 2017
Join us for different perspective on our exhibitions. Our Wednesday Walkthroughs are 45min talks, every other Wednesday at 2pm or 6pm. 19 Oct, 2pmAngelica Sule...
October Dialogues 2016: Transatlantic Slavery
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October Dialogues 2016: Transatlantic Slavery
12 October 2016 - 13 October 2016
This conference will examine the ways in which slavery has figured in public history in Britain. It will consider how academic history has shaped public perceptions of...
End of the Summer School
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End of the Summer School
23 September 2016
Climate change, imminent financial collapse, a rising tide of racism and political tensions: in an increasingly interdependent, unevenly globalised and intensely divided...
End of the Summer School
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End of the Summer School
22 September 2016
Climate change, imminent financial collapse, a rising tide of racism and political tensions: in an increasingly interdependent, unevenly globalised and intensely divided...
The City Questions Summer School-5
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The City Questions Summer School-5
15 September 2016
The City Questions Summer School takes form as a series of workshops, facilitated by designer Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad, that will explore questions like...
Walkthrough with Ana Souto
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Walkthrough with Ana Souto
07 September 2016
This Walkthrough will be led by Ana Souto, who is Senior Lecturer at the School of Architecture Design and the Built Environment, Nottingham Trent University. Souto plays...
The City Questions Summer School-4
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The City Questions Summer School-4
01 September 2016
The City Questions Summer School takes form as a series of workshops, facilitated by designer Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad, that will explore questions like...

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