The Life Online launch is now just over two weeks away, and the team working on the [open source] are busy installing four brand new artworks.
Anna takes a behind-the-scenes look at our latest exhibition.
Erin Newell and Phil Bird’s artwork 1 and another celebrates the web’s open source spirit of sharing and collaboration.
Six months ago, a group of dedicated young people came together to work on the development of a brand new artwork as part of the Life Online project.
Our Youth Engagement Officer, Dave, has been working with a group of local teenagers on a project for our Life Online [open source] exhibition. Here he shares a bit about what they’ve been up to.
The second of two recent ‘Breakfast with the Artists’ events, on 3 October 2011, saw Greg Hobson in conversation with photographer Donovan Wylie.
Croissants and coffee have become a staple of our exhibitions programme, as we follow the opening of each temporary exhibition with a ‘Breakfast with the Artists’ event.
Here’s a sneak preview of our latest exhibition, Daniel Meadows: Early Photographic Works, opening 30 September 2011.
Images from our Daniel Staincliffe display, Fauna Automata: British Wild Boar, are being installed today.
Ruth Haycock talks about her experience filming with photographer Daniel Meadows in preparation for our exhibition of his work.
What do you get if you mix the talent of a world-class photographer with the support of two national institutions and a successful fellowship programme? In this instance, our future exhibition Outposts: Donovan Wylie.