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‘Localism’ is an ambitious project telling the story of art in Middlesbrough from its beginnings in 1829 to now. It takes a radical approach to exhibition making, inviting the public to help write the narrative with workshops that grow the show, adding to it as we go, thus creating an encyclopaedic family tree of creativity on Teesside.
Drawing? is a programme of exhibitions and events across the North East, celebrating the role and importance of drawing in not only in the arts, but also in medicine, science and engineering.
Opening with Skill by Dryden Goodwin.
One of the founders of the London Women’s Liberation Art Group in 1970, Harrison has always addressed social concerns and political controversy. Accumulations looks at her work from 1980s, focusing on protest, with her latest work engaging with notions of political antagonism.
mima gallery and shop opening times:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 10.00am – 4.30pm
Thursday 10.00am – 7.00pm
Sunday 12.00 – 4.00pm
Closed from Thursday 24 December, reopening Tuesday 5 January.
mima reception is open during gallery opening times: 01642 931 232
Constantine Gallery, Teesside University SELFHOODS is an exhibition of new work by members of Gilkes Street Artists, a Middlesbrough-based studio group. The featured pieces explore what is familiar to each artist,…