We are hosting a number of free informational sessions around the UK to give artists extra insight into the Platform residency application process.
Stefan Szczelkun brings Agit Disco to Site Gallery for one-night of shared listening and discussion inspired by the records that shape and change our lives.
Our series of informal reading groups continues with John Wyndham’s The Chrysalids, one of the many influences Matt Stokes has drawn from to create his new installation, In Absence of the Smoky God.
LAST FEW DAYS: An exploration of an imagined relationship between revered sculptors Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth, conceived by artist Mel Brimfield and singer-songwriter Gwyneth Herbert.
Join Helen Pheby, Senior Curator at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, and artists Mel Brimfield and Gwyneth Herbert to delve into the lives and work of sculptors Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth.
“We loved our party with you last year, it was a rip-roaring success!” Book your Christmas party at Site Gallery, with festive film projections, party games and a buffet of seasonal favourites freshly made in our cafe.
Local composer Ben Gaunt leads a free tour of In Absence of the Smoky God, drawing on his experience of working with Matt Stokes to construct a new two-tier language for the post-apocalyptic world envisioned by the artist.
In Absence of the Smoky God by Matt Stokes is a major new commission inspired by hidden Sheffield locations, sci-fi literature and Barry Hines’ 1984 BBC TV production Threads.
Simon & Tom Bloor’s residency draws to a close today: catch up with their progress on the Platform blog.
Meet Simon & Tom as they discuss their practice and share their plans for their Platform residency with Site Gallery Curator, Sara Cluggish.