Is this Art?

We would like to invite you to join a collaboration between ourselves and the Nottingham Contemporary called, ‘Is This Art?’ We will be leading a series of informative sessions discussing: What is art? How to view art? The works of some of the artists featured in ‘The Place is Here’

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An Edible Exhibition from The Takeaway Museum

An Edible Exhibition from The Takeaway Museum: discovering what slaves would have eaten at Christmas during the 17th and 18th centuries   This exhibition was created to teach people about the types of food and drink slaves would have consumed at Christmas during the 17th and 18th centuries. The exhibition

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Nine Nights – Caribbean funeral traditions in the UK

Nine Nights – Caribbean funeral traditions in the UK: educating visitors on Caribbean funeral traditions and how Caribbean people celebrate the life of the deceased. The film won an award in the Documentary Category at the Nottingham International Microfilm Festival 2015   This exhibition explores Caribbean funeral traditions – the

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The Art of Black Hair

THE ART OF BLACK HAIR 14 JANUARY 2017 – 19 MARCH 2017 CENTRAL GALLERY LAUNCH EVENT: 13 JANUARY 2017, 6PM – 9PM In collaboration with Museumand – The National Caribbean Heritage Museum, The Art of Black Hair is a celebration of afro hair and an exploration of hair styling as

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From Caribbean Isles to the British Isles: Home to Home

This was Museumand’s first exhibition, which proved extremely popular when it was launched at Nottingham’s Caribbean Carnival in August 2015, welcoming 1,184 visitors in one day alone. This exhibition tells the story of some of the first pioneering Caribbean people who emigrated to the UK during the Windrush era following

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