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Art Night @ Beaconsfield

01 Jul 2018

For this year’s Art Night 2018 festival, a special version of NT’s sterling eyes will be projected as part of Spirit_Off, Arch Space of Beaconsfield Gallery’s new series of experimental sound and performance experiences. The inaugural Spirit_Off starts takes place on 7 July in the gallery’s amazing Arch Space.

Art Night 2018: Spirit_Off
Beaconsfield Gallery Vauxhall
22 Newport Street
London
SE11 6AY

7 July 2018 - ticketed event
8pm - 3am

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Beaconsfield

20 Jun 2018

NT will be showing s-time, at Beaconsfield Gallery Vauxhall, along with other members of Practice in Dialogue to coincide with their exhibition In Whose Eyes? and their symposium.

In Whose Eyes?, is an exhibition and a programme of video works, performances, sound pieces and discussions which “explores questions of female subjectivity, representation and power in contemporary Western culture. Who is made visible – or excluded – and how they are represented in culture is highly political and impacts on people’s lives in numerous intersectional ways”.
The exhibition runs from 4 July 2018 - 5 August, with the Practice In Dialogue Symposium taking place on 29 July 2018.

Practice in Dialogue are: Miriam Austin, Ingrid Berthon-Moine, Cécile Emmanuelle Borra, Phoebe Collings-James, Rose Gibbs, Lora Hristova, Catherine Long, Opie Lori, Anja Olofgörs, Lauren Schneider, and Martina Schmuecker.

In Whose Eyes?
Beaconsfield Gallery Vauxhall
22 Newport Street
London
SE11 6AY

Private view: 3 July 2018
4 July - 5 August 2018

29 July 2018
Symposium: 11am - 4pm In Whose Eyes? - ticketed event

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BFI African Odysseys

01 Jun 2018

NT’s film Mel’s Lament will be showing at the British Film Institute, Philomela’s Chorus Film Screening this month. The programme also includes 3 other short films by the artists Beverley Bennett, Phoebe Boswell and Jay Bernard.

Along with the screening of the films, there will be a Q&A with Gaylene Gould, BFI Head of Cinemas and Events and all 4 of the participating artists.

BFI African Odysseys: Philomela’s Chorus Film Screening + Q&A with Gaylene Gould
23 June 2018
6pm
NTF3

BFI Southbank
Belvedere Road
London
SE1 8XT

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European Film Festival in Kenya

15 May 2018

Mel’s Lament will be showing in Kenya this month as part of the 27th European Film Festival in Kenya.

According to the festival curator, Nyambura M. Waruingi, “The European Film Festival brings European cinema to a broad range of audiences in Kenya. This is a great opportunity for Kenyans to experience another Europe that they don’t often get to see.”

In addition to NT’s Mel’s Lament, the screening programme will include short films by the artists Beverley Bennett, Phoebe Boswell and Jay Bernard.

27th European Film Festival in Kenya
23 May 2018
2pm, Goethe Institute, Nairobi
Hosted by the British Council

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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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