Content by Author: Kirsty Young
Opportunity to run the new Site Gallery café
We are now seeking a catering partner to operate the new Site Gallery café in Sheffield and to help develop and deliver event catering services.
September - November 2017
The Missy Elliott Project
Unapologetically black and feminist, the Missy Elliott Project is Site Gallery’s first collaboration with Eclipse Theatre, working with the phenomenon that is the artist Selina Thompson on her most ambitious project to date: The Missy Elliott Project.
September - December 2017
Autumn Term 2017
The Society of Explorers are looking for new members to join them on their next mission. Regular meet-ups: Wednesdays 5 – 7pm, plus occasional events, trips and parties, all free!
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.
22 - 24 September, 2017
Abandon Normal Devices FESTIVAL: FORMATION
Abandon Normal Devices and Site Gallery, Sheffield present Formation – an exhibition nestled in the industrial heart of the extraordinary Hope Valley.
22 - 23 July 2017
Art Van On The Road, The Folk Forest
Join us at the Folk Forest for the official launch of Site Gallery’s Art Van. To mark this event, the Society of Explorers have designed a programme of hands-on creative activities motivated by their interest in collectives.
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
Sunday 2 July, 7pm
Site Sessions: The Mobile Imagination
Join us at Victoria Quays on 2 July 2017, during the Floating Cinema weekend in Sheffield, for the third of our Site Sessions events. This lively discussion series brings together art, science, technology and more (previous events covered Art, Science and the Truth and The New Economies).
Support Site Gallery
Site Gallery is expanding and we need your support! We just have £30,000 to raise to hit our fundraising target. Your donation will contribute to the fit-out of Site Gallery’s expansion.