1525 x oneiroi: Exhibition & Open Mic

Free
Open to all 15-25 year olds
Wheelchair Accessible

Beginnings and Ends is an exhibition put together by the 1525 collective in collaboration with Oneiroi in response to Lis Rhodes’ 2019 Nottingham Contemporary retrospective: Dissident Lines.

You are invited to a self-curated show of original work by Nottingham-based artists between the ages of fifteen to twenty-five. 1525 are working in partnership with Oneiroi, who are presenting an open mic event, open to all. Artists will be using their understanding of the Lis Rhodes exhibition to create new work.

Featuring work from Arit Etukudo, T'kya, Shiv Handa, Theodora Prassa, Richard Hall, Charlotte Thornton, Joe Tutt, and Ryan Boultbee. Curated by Rosie Halliday and Joe Tutt.

Also featuring poetry from: Cassie Kill, Benji Rose, Sophie Martin, Tanatswa Chinoro, Joe Andrews, and George Chinnery.

The 1525 collective are a group of young creatives who gather regularly at Nottingham Contemporary. They strive to be a proactive collective in sharing resources, discussing ideas, and mutually supporting each other’s creative interests.

Run by Nottingham based writer Joseph Winsborrow (now in partnership with Mollie Boyd), Oneiroi is an independent zine focused on showcasing interesting and insightful poetry, writing, and text art from around the country. Since inception, Oneiroi has launched four anthology zines featuring over 50 artists, poets, and writers, as well as some smaller flip books and prints.

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