Thurs 23 Nov, 5.30 - 8pm
Site Sessions: Artificial Intelligence and creativity
How should the art world respond to Artificial Intelligence? Does it make sense to describe the output of a computer algorithm as ‘creative’? Join us on 23 Nov for a lively discussion around these themes.
1 August 2017 – 31 March 2018
Site Gallery / South Korea
This October, we swap Sheffield for South Korea, as we launch new art works commissioned from two artists from Sheffield.
Sunday 2 July, 4pm
Site Gallery at Victoria Quays
4pm – 6.30pm: On The Road Art Van
Join Site Gallery from 4pm for talks, workshops and activities, to celebrate the debut outing and activation of our On The Road art van, as part of the Floating Cinema weekend in Sheffield.
This mobile contemporary gallery/workshop space has been co-designed by architects Public
1 - 3 July, 2017
For one weekend in July 2017 you will find Site Gallery by the water at Victoria Quays (formerly Sheffield Canal Basin). While we continue with building works to expand the gallery on Brown Street, we are bringing our events to you.
Saturday 10 December, 10 - 2.30pm
Trade Routes Walk and Welcome Celebration
Join us for the maiden voyage of the Manor Maker Trade Routes canoe, followed by a celebration of its arrival at the gallery with festive refreshments.
10 December 2011, 7pm - 8.30pm
Join us at Sheffield Town Hall for artist Monica Ross’ poignant and stirring performance, focusing on the significance and relevance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
23 September - 5 November
Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2011
S1 Artspace and Site Gallery are delighted to announce they will be presenting Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2011. Opening on 23 September, and featuring the work of 40 artists across a range of mediums, this exhibition provides a unique opportunity to engage with new practice, ideas and forms.
Event Friday 27 May
Friday 27 May
7 – 9pm.
Join us to mark the culmination of Chris Hodson & Sarah Staton’s experimental two week augmented reality, virtual sculpture project.
All welcome. Refreshments served.
Chris Hodson & Sarah Staton
17 – 28 May 2011
What happens to sculpture when it is rendered virtual? What do you gain and what do you lose? In virtual reality concrete can float, liquid can solidify, but the materiality of sculpture, the space it takes up in relation to bodies, its inherent gravity is gone. Augmented