Site Gallery is hosting an exciting programme of events throughout November and December, in response to current exhibition Permanent Distraction. Find out more about what’s coming up below, or visit our Whats On page.
SONA Presents: Helena Celle and Slaylor Moon, 11 November
Join us for an immersive live sound experience with artists Helen Celle and Slaylor Moon. Relax on yoga mats within the exhibition to experience the synergy between the live sound design and the continually changing projected images.
Site Salons: Alison J Carr and Michelle Williams Gamaker, 19 November
The following week we will be hosting our next Site Salons over Zoom. In this online discussion, artists Alison J Carr and Michelle Williams Gamaker will chat about how they are working through images of the past.
Sister Wives x Permanent Distraction, 20 November
Sheffield band Sisterwives will be performing against the backdrop of Permanent Distraction, in partnership with Sensoria Festival. Update: This event is now sold out.
Live Coding and Visuals Workshop with Antonio Roberts, 27 November
This workshop, led by visual artist Antonio Roberts aka hellocatfood, will introduce you to the basics of Hydra, and teach you the basics of live coding.
Gut Level Takeover, 27 November
Later in the day, Sheffield DIY collective Gut Level will be taking over the gallery space with performances, workshops and live DJ sets! Tickets for this event will be released soon, so watch this space.
Permanent Distraction Remix Party, 4 December
Our young people’s arts collective Society of Explorers will be putting on an exiting afternoon event in the gallery space. The Explorers will be spending the coming weeks programming activities – watch this space.
Selfie Choreography workshop, 18 December
Want to learn how to take a killer selfie? Artist Harold Offeh will playfully explore the potential of the body, actions and gestures as recorded through cameras.
Live Coding and Visuals Presentation, 18 December
Participants from our live coding workshops with Antonio Roberts will present their work within Permanent Distraction.