6 June 2018
Site Gallery wins Freelands Artist Programme Award
Site Gallery has been awarded £375,000 by Freelands Foundation to support 20 Sheffield-based artists over the coming 5 years.
Site Sessions Podcast
Welcome to the Site Sessions podcast, bringing together art, science, technology, philosophy and more.
Goodbye old reception and shop!
We’ve made huge progress on the building these last few weeks – the old reception and shop have disappeared!
David Hobson: Building Site Q&A
Project Management Consultant David Hobson talks to us about his role in the Site Gallery expansion, and his years of experience working with cultural institutions in the region.
Leila Johnston reflects on Site Sessions #3 – The Mobile Imagination
Site Gallery Digital Curator, Leila Johnston invited Historian Dr Ralph Harrington to join the Society of Explorers, guests and participants for the third of our Site Sessions events on Sunday 2 July 2017. It was a bit of a different one to usual as it was both 1) outside and
Collaborative design and making – On The Road update
Site Gallery’s On The Road van is nearly ready for a test drive! The white Peugeot Boxer started life as a youth services vehicle at Sheffield City Council. Gifted to Site Gallery in 2016, it has been stripped-out ready for its transformation.
Each stage of the process has been developed and
Thoughts from Site Sessions: The New Economies
On 25 May 2017 we hosted the second of our Site Sessions events – The New Economies – at The Roco Creative Co-op in Sheffield. The title of the event – The New Economies – was inspired by a desire to stoke some fresh thinking around alternative values offered by the arts, and how digital might affect the picture.
Simon Ings, Katharine Vega and Dr Sean Power talk Art, Science and The Truth
Read about our first Site Sessions event, featuring Simon Ings, author and culture editor at New Scientist, Katharine Vega, artist and educator from Brighton and Dr Sean Power, philosopher from Trinity College, Dublin.
‘What Does Art Do’ in South Korea?
Site Gallery Artistic Director, Laura Sillars writes about a recent British Council research trip to South Korea. The trip took her to Seoul and its MediaCity Seoul Festival, Busan and its Biennial: ‘Hybridizing Earth: Discussing Multitude’ and 11th Gwanju entitled ‘The Eighth Climate: What Does Art Do?’
Visiting three Biennials, three