Exhibition Tours: Going Public: International Art Collectors in Sheffield
Join us for a walking tour of all five venues included in Going Public: International Art Collectors in Sheffield
19 January – 6 February 2016
Platform Residency: Lucy Beech and Edward Thomasson
The first of our Platform Residencies for 2016, Lucy Beech and Edward Thomasson will develop a new series of live performances in the gallery with a group of actors.
Going Public Audio Tour
Curator, writer and dslcollection collaborator, Martina Köppel-Yang, shares insights into the Going Public works here at Site Gallery and Sheffield Institute of the Arts.
16 September - 12 December 2015
Going Public: International Art Collectors in Sheffield
Museums and galleries across Sheffield are partnering with major international art collectors to bring some of Europe’s finest private collections of twentieth century and contemporary art to the city.
25 July – 5 September 2015
Exercises in Empathy
A group exhibition exploring how the body senses objects and responds to concepts and ideas through touch and movement, featuring Daria Martin, Ian Whittlesea and Rudolf von Laban.
16 June - 18 July 2015
Young People Archive: Cutting Shapes
Young people from across the city are collaborating with artist Harold Offeh to create a multi-media installation exploring dance, fashion, photography and design.
Friday 26 June, 6 - 9pm
Performance and Social Event
Young people from our Society of Explorers and Red Tape Central present a live performance mash-up of musical genres, video and dance, developed with Harold Offeh as part of Cutting Shapes.
Friday 5 - Wednesday 10 June 2015
Virtual Reality Arcade
Contemporary art, gaming and immersive technologies collide in this test-bed project, exploring the limits of virtual reality. A Site Gallery and Sheffield Doc/Fest co-commission.
10 January – 28 February 2015
Grace Schwindt: Only a Free Individual Can Create a Free Society
Grace Schwindt’s feature-length film installation examines the radical left-wing politics of Germany in the 1960s-70s and the notion of freedom.