Talks & Events
Starts October 2016
Transmission Programme announced! Transmission is our annual collaborative lecture series, produced with Sheffield Hallam University’s Fine Art Department.
Friday 26 August, 7 - 9pm
Platform Closing Event: The Knack
A Pub-Style Quiz
This pub-style quiz marks the end of Glen Stoker and Anna Chrystal Stephens’ Platform Residency, There Are No Firm Rules. The quiz will take place within the two project installations in the gallery. The questions will be drawn from facts and trivia relating to and emerging from the
9 August - 27 August
The Building Society
The Building Society is a library, resource centre and activity zone, compiled by Platform artists Glen Stoker and Anna Chrystal Stephens.
Platform Event: Walk-and-Talk Reading Group
For this Reading Group event, Platform artists Glen Stoker and Anna Chrystal Stephens are proposing to take to the land.
Sunday 14 August, 2 - 5pm
Platform Event: Survey
For this Platform event, Glen and Anna invite you to join them on a walk within the Sheffield city limits. Together you will attempt to perform a comprehensive land survey exercise.
Saturday 30 July, 11am
Platform Welcome Found Food Event
This found food event marks the start of Glen Stoker and Anna Chrystal Stephens’s Platform Residency, There Are No Firm Rules.
Tuesday 21 June, 6 - 8pm
Writer, journalist and model Reba Maybury will be in conversation with Rory Pilgrim discussing the outcome of his Platform work Sacred Repository N.3: The Open Sky.
Fri 6 May, 6 - 8pm
Art Sheffield Parallel Programme After Hours Tour
Join the Art Sheffield team for a free evening tour around selected exhibitions from this year’s Parallel Programme; projects developed by local artists, curators, collectives and independent spaces, including (It’s all) Tropical, Heliya Badakshan, Lizzie Feather, Maja Mihajlovic, Lea Torp Nielsen, Mark Riddington, Natalie Finnemore, Anna McQuillan, Emily Musgrave and
29 April - 1 May 2016
Shut Up! See Art!
A programme of events and activities for Art Sheffield 2016, designed by young people, for young people at Site Gallery and Millennium Gallery.
Drawing on the themes of this year’s festival, the Shut Up! See Art! weekend will include a music programme, film screenings, workshops and performances. All activities are suitable