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New Art Exchange

nae.org.uk

39-41 Gregory Boulevard, Nottingham, NG7 6BE

Instagram: @new_art_exchange


New Art Exchange (NAE) is a contemporary arts space in Nottingham that celebrates the region’s cultural richness and diversity. It is the largest gallery in the UK dedicated to culturally diverse contemporary visual arts.

Our Mission Statement is: stimulating new perspectives about the value of diversity in art and society. The venue presents an ever-changing programme of art exhibitions, creative activities for families and young people, film screenings, symposiums, lectures, festivals and a live performance programme of music, dance and theatre. 

Art forms: Photography, Painting, Digital Arts, Performing Arts, Film and Video, Installations, Textiles, Archive work, Ceramics, Sculpture, Painting, Socially Engaged Practice, Sound Art

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Wellcome Collection

wellcomecollection.org/

183 Euston Road, London

Instagram: @wellcomecollection


Wellcome Collection is a free museum and library that aims to challenge how we all think and feel about health.

Through exhibitions, collections, live programming, digital, broadcast and publishing, we create opportunities for people to think deeply about the connections between science, medicine, life and art.

Art forms: Photography, Digital Arts, Performing Arts, Film and Video, Installations, Textiles, Archive work, Ceramics, Sculpture, Painting, Socially Engaged Practice, Sound Art

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Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange

newlynartgallery.co.uk 

Newlyn Art Gallery, New Rd, Newlyn, Penzance TR18 5PZ
The Exchange, Princes Street, Penzance TR18 2NL

Instagram: @newlynexchange

 


Newlyn Art Gallery and its sister venue, The Exchange, Penzance are based in rural West Cornwall, in the far South West of England.  We deliver an ambitious contemporary art programme across these two spaces and increasingly in off-site locations, for a resident and visiting tourist audiences.  This year, we celebrate the 125th anniversary of Newlyn Art Gallery. In anticipation of this landmark event, we have spent time reflecting on the aspects of our work that we feel have been most successful over recent years and to develop a plan for our future.

Whilst we have delivered many ambitious exhibitions and art commissions, it was the projects that had direct impact on our local communities that feel most important to us. This led to us revisiting the principles of Newlyn Art Gallery’s founder, the philanthropist and social reformer John Passmore Edwards, and considering afresh our contemporary social and civic role.  

Drawing on our experience of working with artists, we have committed ourselves to delivering a future programme focussed on achieving positive social change and real community benefit. A key part of that work will be to create opportunities for people in our immediate communities to make new contacts internationally, and to support them in operating on an international stage.

Art forms: Photography, Digital Arts, Performing Arts, Film and Video, Installations, Archive work, Socially Engaged Practice, Sound Art, Off-site Work

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Redeye, the Photography Network

redeye.org.uk

Redeye, Market Buildings, Thomas St, Manchester M4 1EU, UK

Instagram: @RedEyeTPN


Redeye, the Photography Network, is a not-for-profit organisation set up to support photographers at every level, and build networks across photography. It is based in Manchester, UK, and has members, subscribers and users across the UK and globally.

It aims to form a clear picture of the ways photographers and photographic artists are working now, and give them access to events, opportunities, advice and information that are relevant to their work and difficult to find elsewhere. Alongside this it works to bring photographic and other organisations together, to encourage ethical and best practice, and to build a voice for photography.

Redeye also set up and runs The Photographic Collections Network, for anyone who works with or enjoys photo collections and archives across the UK.

Art forms: Photography, Digital Arts

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a-n The Artists Information Company


a-n is the largest artists’ membership organisation in the UK with over 25,000 members. We support artists and those who work with them in many practical ways, acting on behalf of our membership and the visual arts sector to improve artists’ livelihoods. We have a reputation for providing compelling insights and playing a catalytic role in influencing and informing cultural policy.

Through advocacy and information and from the perspective of artists, a-n’s mission is to stimulate and support contemporary visual arts practice and affirm the value of artists in society.

Art forms: Photography, Digital Arts, Performing Arts, Film and Video, Installations, Textiles, Design, Ceramics, Sculpture, Painting, Socially Engaged Practice, Printmaking, Sound Art

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Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art

cfcca.org.uk/

Market Buildings, Thomas St, Northern Quarter, Manchester, M4 1EU, UK

Instagram: @cfcca_uk


Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art is based in the heart of Manchester’s Northern Quarter. It is a unique art gallery with a year-round programme of socially engaged exhibitions, events and artist residencies.

CFCCA has over 30 years’ experience of working with emerging and established artists to provide a space for conversation, debate and crosscultural exchange. It is the go to place to discover new artists working internationally and to explore global issues from international perspectives. www.cfcca.org.uk.  

Art forms: Digital Arts, Socially Engaged Practice, Film and Video, Installations, Net Art, Archive work.

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HART

thehart.com.hk

3/F Cheung Hing Industrial Building, 12P Smithfield Road, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong

Instagram @harthongkong


HART is a not-for-profit arts organisation under Henderson Land with a mission to foster collaboration and community value through a sustainable culture of creativity.

A collective of art spaces and art programming, HART is dedicated to the facilitation of cultural dialogue, collaboration and new possibilities for art creation, and to that end supports and enables Hong Kong’s creative community through diverse and extensive exhibitions, events, workshops, artist ateliers and salon programming. HART is committed to nurturing local talent and acting as platform for innovation, inspiration and cross pollination among the creative sectors.

As a key player in establishing a robust art ecosystem in Hong Kong and ensuring the next generation of artists and art lovers are supported and championed, HART’s programming extends to community-based arts education and outreach for the under-resourced groups in Hong Kong though their Foundation arm. 

Art forms: Photography, Digital Arts, Performing Arts, Film and Video, Installations, Net Art, Textiles, Archive work, Design, Architecture, Ceramics, Sculpture, Painting, Socially Engaged Practice, Printmaking, Sound Art

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University of Salford Art Collection

Photography – Nick Harrison

The University of Salford Art Collection contains almost 700 works of modern and contemporary art, and exists for the benefit of students, staff and the public. It is accessible in key buildings across the University of Salford campus, including New Adelphi Exhibition Gallery and is loaned to other arts organisations and museums. The collection is distinctive in that it has an active acquisitions policy focused on three collecting strands: ‘About the Digital’, ‘From the North’, and ‘Chinese Contemporary Art’. Most acquisitions are developed through strategic partnerships with external exhibition and commissioning collaborators such as Open Eye Gallery, Castlefield Gallery, Salford Museum and Art Gallery.

Art forms: Photography, Digital Arts, Net Art, Socially Engaged Practice, Film and Video, Installations, Archive Work


New Adelphi Building, University Road, Salford, M5 4BR

Website: artcollection.salford.ac.uk

Facebook: UoSArts

Twitter: @UoSArts

Instagram: @uos_artcollection

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WMA

wma.hk/

8/F, 23 Wing Wo St, Chun Wo Commercial Centre, Central, Hong Kong

Instagram: @wma_hk


WMA is a non-profit platform set up with the aim to foster discussion through images about topics important to Hong Kong. Each year, a theme is chosen for its programmes which includes WMA Masters, an annual photography competition; WMA Commission, an international annual commission grant; WMA Student, an essay writing contest inspired by visual images; WMA Open, an online image archive and WMA Film.

Art forms: Photography, Film and Video, Installations, Archive work, Socially Engaged Practice

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1983

travellingapartment.com/

Wing Lung Wai, Kam Tin, Hong Kong

instagram: @one_nine_eight_three


“1983” was founded in 2019. It is located on the ground floor of a local artist’s ancestral house in Kam Tin old walled village. After application and approval, the space offers visitors for chats, gatherings, seminars, screenings, performances, workshops, live streamings, etc. The half-domestic half-studio setting blurs various definition of realistic borders, focusing on linkage of general citizens and cultural workers locally and internationally. 1983 has already hosted more than 30 events, including visiting guests from Japan, Mexico, Palestine, the United States, China, Taiwan, Britain, Senegal, Norway and Hong Kong. The cumulative number of participants exceeds 500. In the future, 1983 aims at working on artistic and thematic researches about surroundings, heritage and communities.

Our exhibitions, artist residencies, and educational programmes encompass artistic genres and cultural issues that are relevant to the present, responding to the needs of artists and bringing art closer to the wider community.

Art forms: Film and Video, Installations, Socially Engaged Practice, research-based art