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Outsider Collective present: Open Dome - Exploring Skyscapes

Nottingham Contemporary, Weekday Cross, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 2GB
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Fri 28 Feb 2020, 7pm–9pm

Nottingham Contemporary

Free. Booking Required through Nottingham Trent University.

This event is part of Outsider Artist Collective residency in Gallery Zero at Nottingham Contemporary.

Explore what the intangible sky means to us through this Writing Skyscapes exhibition, talks, and readings together with Outsider Artist Collective, Dr. D Harty and H McGhie. See photography and poetry tempting you to contribute yourself to this project.

7:00 - 7:15pm Experiencing Skyscapes at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park - Dr. D Harty
7:15 - 7.30pm Immersive readings on Skyscape Poetry
7:30 - 7:40pm How my practice includes Sky - H McGhie

This will then be followed by participants exploring the exhibition and discussing with the artist, as well as creating drawings and writings of skyscapes.

The building is fully accessible with lift access on all floors and Changing Places toilets. Click here for more detailed access information, or please contact Nottingham Contemporary in advance of your visit on 0115 948 9750 if you would like to talk through your requirements.

Outsider Artist Collective are a group of artists who collaborate with different communities to explore ideas about living together 'under one sky'. During their residency, they will explore ideas using the moon as a platform to hold group gatherings prior to equinox/solstice dates. What is the moon's significance in our daily life as an embodiment of the things we've lost sight of? How can we reconnect? What does a 21st century myth/ritual/connection/story look like? Find out while sitting around a fire listening to cultural rhythms, stories, myths and exploring the relationships and the effects of the moon on nature and our lives.

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