Opening Weekend Saturday Line Upevent • 29 Sep 2018 11am–6pm
A day of free activity in Studio I, with the Society of Explorers. Plus more activity in The Square, with Wayward.
IN SITE GALLERY
Society of Explorers Showcase
During our closure, our Society of Explorers have continued to meet weekly at Site and other venues across the city and the Art Van has been out and about working on off-site projects with new partners and friends across Sheffield. Join the collective as they share stories of their own experiences, and introduce their collaborators.
Artist Christopher Jarratt presenting a new work; BIG LIFTA – a film and installation made in collaboration with ChilyPep.
A new film made in collaboration with ArtWorks, a creative arts organisation supporting adults with learning disabilities. Artists from ArtWorks interview artists and musicians at our music festival Site Gallery Introducing.
A film co-produced the Explorers, where they discuss their projects and the impact it has made on their lives.
Nottingham based printmakers Dizzy Ink will be here for a free DIY Riso workshop. Make your own artworks inspired by The Society of Explorers’ manifesto. They will be here throughout the day, so drop in any time.
IN THE SQUARE
Social Speed Dating from 10am
Join Wayward for a social speed dating breakfast for inspiration, collaboration, vision and partnerships for The Square.
Local individuals, organisations and community groups are invited to explore the potential of pooling resources, sharing skills and building relationships. Register your interest – firstname.lastname@example.org
House of Wayward Plants
Wayward have rescued thousands of plants from the RHS Chelsea and Hampton Court Flower shows. Fill out an adoption form – and you may get to take one home.
Help us develop a new vision for The Square. Wayward will be running a design and ideas workshop all day, so drop in anytime to help shape its future.
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