Thursday 25 May, 7 - 9pm
Site Sessions: The New Economies
Creative practice can be a powerful tool for change, but how do artists relate to economies and money, and is digital improving the picture? Andy Warhol stated that ‘good business is the best art’. Do we agree and embrace this idea? In this turbulent global moment, it’s time for a fresh and constructive look at art’s role in economies.
Thurs 27 April, 7 - 10pm
Site Sessions: Art, Science and The Truth
Who has the claim to what’s true, in these rational times? To what extent are art, science and belief “branches of the same tree” as Albert Einstein once said, and what happens when some of those branches begin to crack?
Teenagers of Sheffield! Get involved!
Do you live in Sheffield? Are you aged 14-19 years old? Are you creative, interested in art, architecture, or film?
Friday 10 March, 5.30pm
Site Gallery Closing Event
This very special event will mark an historic moment for Site Gallery as we close our doors to the public that day for a 12 month period, to allow building work to commence on our gallery expansion.
17 February - 10 March 2017
Anouk De Clercq, Eva and Franco Mattes, Penny Mccarthy, susan schuppli
A new group exhibition of work that questions structures and scientific facts, interrogating the stability of material evidence.
31 January - 11 February 2017
Sheffield Platform Residency
Artist Ashley Holmes has been selected as the first Sheffield Platform Residency artist.
Tuesday 24 January
Emma Cocker Transmission Lecture and Book Launch
Sheffield writer-artist Emma Cocker will give a Transmission Lecture, followed by the launch of her first collection of writing, The Yes of the No.
Saturday 21 January, 11am - 12pm
Breakfast with Florence Peake
Join us for croissants and coffee to meet Florence Peake at this early research and development point in her project.
17 - 28 January 2017
Florence Peake, Rites of Spring: A Work in Progress
Crossing the lines between music, dance and sculpture, artist and choreographer Florence Peake presents past projects alongside a new, site-specific mural in the gallery.