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Encounters Film Festival

07 Sep 2017

NT will be showing Mel’s Lament as part of the Philomela’s Chorus’ Short Film screening of films at the Encounters Film Festival this month. Along with Mel’s Lament 3 other films will be shown by the artists Beverley Bennett, Phoebe Boswell and Jay Bernard.

20 September 2017
Panel discussion 2.30pm - festival pass holders only - booking required
Screening 4.30pm - ticketed event
Tickets for the screening are available online from both Watershed cinema directly and Encounters Film Festival

Encounters Film Festival
Watershed Cinema 2 1 Canons Road
Harbourside
Bristol
BS1 5TX

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NAE

03 Jan 2017

“This is not a show ‘about’ a coherent movement [but] instead presents works by British African diaspora artists outside of the usual [tired] framing”. So say the curators Paul Goodwin and Hansi Momodu-Gordon of their show UNTITLED: art on the conditions of our time, a major new touring exhibition produced in conjunction with New Art Exchange [NAE] which includes works by NT, and aims to show a “progressive stance on exhibition making.”

Artists include: Larry Achiampong & David Blandy, Barby Asante, Appau Junior Boakye-Yiadom, Phoebe Boswell, Kimathi Donkor, Evan Ifekoya, Cedar Lewisohn, Harold Offeh, Ima-Abasi Okon, Barbara Walker

Launch Party: Friday 13 January 2017
6 - 9pm - free

UNTITLED: art on the conditions of our time
NAE
39-41 Gregory Boulevard
Nottingham
NG7 6BE

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The Showroom

28 Oct 2016

NT will be showing and performing Bring your Heels: More than a Woman pt.2, at the The Showroom, as part of Practice in Dialogue’s event We all have a problem with representation. We all have a problem with representation is an experimental evening of work-in-progress performances and video work interspersed with the opportunity for drinks and conversation.

Practice in Dialogue are: Miriam Austin, Alison Ballance, Ingrid Berthon-Moine, Cécile Emmanuelle Borra, Rose Gibbs, Lora Hristova, Catherine Long, Lauren Schnieder and Abigail Smith.

Practice in Dialogue: We all have a problem with representation
The Showroom
63 Penfold Street
London
NW8 8PQ

17 November 2016
6.30 - 9pm - free no booking required

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Jamaican Pulse @ RWA

16 Jun 2016

As part of Jamaican Pulse, a landmark exhibition of Jamaican Art at the Royal West of England Academy [RWA], NT will be showing work. Featuring contemporary Jamaican and diaspora artists based in Jamaica, US and the UK - as well as Jamaican ‘masters’ such as Edna Manley, Everald Brown, Ras Dizzy, Albert Huie, and George Rodney - Jamaican Pulse is the first major exhibition of its kind ever to be held in the UK.

Many of the contemporary artists in the exhibition were featured in the recent Jamaica Biennale. with artwork from a number of public and private collections, including the Jamaican High Commission, London, and The National Gallery of Jamaica, Kingston.

Alongside the exhibition is a full schedule of events, with activities taking place on and off-site, including a satellite programme at The Bluecoat, Liverpool, and closing party at the Arnolfini.

Artists include: Barbara Walker, Ebony G. Patterson, Hurvin Anderson, Gerhard Hanson, Di-Andre Caprice Davies, Leasho Johnson, Laura Facey,  Storm Saulter, Camille Chedda, Shoshana Weinberger to name a few.

Jamaican Pulse: Art and Politics from Jamaica and the Diaspora
[curated by Kat Anderson and Graeme Mortimer Evelyn]
RWA
Queen’s Road, Clifton
Bristol
BS8 1PX

25 June - 11 September 2016

Publication

15 May 2016

Issue one of the publication Practices in Dialogue which includes work by NT is now available to buy in the bookshops of the following places:

Tate Modern
Institute of Contemporary Art [ICA]
Whitechapel Gallery
South London Gallery
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