Content by Author: Kirsty Young
Open Call: Freelands Artist Programme
Apply now to take part in the Freelands Artist Programme. Open to artists w/ studio space in Sheffield. Programme starts Oct. 2018.
29 Sept '18 - 27 Jan '19
Liquid Crystal Display
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) proposes that we are living in world of images supported and circulated by crystal mineral technologies.
16 July 2018
Opening Programme & New Artistic Director
Today we announced details of our opening programme, and are thrilled to be joined by new Artistic Director, Sharna Jackson.
Sat 21 - Sun 22 July 2018
Site Gallery Introducing at Folk Forest 2018
Site Gallery Introducing at The Folk Forest presents a fantastic line up of contemporary performance, music and video art commissioned and selected by and for young people in Sheffield. All activity is curated and produced in collaboration with the Society of Explorers, Site Gallery’s art collective of 14-19 year olds.
June - July 2018
Site Gallery Introducing: Video Art Open Call
Are you 14 – 25 years old? Do you make video art and want the world to see it? This year at The Folk Forest, the Society of Explorers present a new area of the festival: Site Gallery Introducing where they will present a selection of submissions by young artists.
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.
Thursday 3 May, 6pm
In Conversation: Daria Martin and Sara Cluggish
Site Gallery welcomes artist Daria Martin and curator Sara Cluggish for a screening and discussion around Martin’s newly commissioned film A Hunger Artist (HD, 16 minutes), currently on view at Sheffield’s historic Abbeydale Picture House.
See You In September
The writing is on the wall (windows) – See You In September! The new Site Gallery building is complete, we have the keys and are looking forward to reopening this Autumn, bigger and better.
13 April - 4 May 2018
Daria Martin: A Hunger Artist
Daria Martin’s most ambitious short film to date, A Hunger Artist is based upon Franz Kafka’s last short story edited from his death-bed in 1924. Futility and endurance are entwined in a story of a durational performance artist whose act of fasting is going out of fashion.