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What's on Friday 19th May 2017


Atrium


  Artists Katie Schwab, Joanne Tatham and Tom O’Sullivan, and New Boosbeck Industries are rethinking our atrium. This project begins with a redesign of our shop and evolves across 2017.


Community Day


  Our weekly Community Day involves various creative and discursive activities, complemented by a free communal lunch at 1pm.  Held on Thursdays, the day is open to all and sessions include:…


Middlesbrough Collection


This permanent display of the Middlesbrough Collection highlights the influence and use of art in the town. The exhibition is shaped through a dialogue with the community, and currently features…


Creative Age


Every Thursday 1.00pm – 3.00pm Creative Age is a series of dementia-friendly activities for adults. We offer free, drop in sessions every week that explore people’s ideas. We work with…


Cultural Conversations


Our weekly Community Day involves various creative and discursive activities, complemented by a free communal lunch at 1pm.  Held on Thursdays, the day is open to all. Cultural Conversations are sessions…


New Boosbeck Industry – Shop Fittings


Social enterprise New Boosbeck Industries was initiated by Middlesbrough-based artist Adam Clarke, who is working with people to share new skills in design, technology and furniture making. It draws on…


Kellenberger-White: Where We Are Now


Designers Kellenberger-White are reshaping mima’s brand across 2017. The project includes seasonal feature displays drawn from archive materials, workshops and consultation sessions, and their own production. It is an opportunity…


Daniela Ortiz: ABC of Racist Europe


    The Peru-born, Spain-based artist Daniela Ortiz addresses nationality, colonialism, race and class to look at the politics of citizenship. In her recent projects, she has drawn on her…


Stephen Willats: Human Right


Image credit: Stephen Willats  The Space Time Traveller 2010 Courtesy of the artist and Victoria Miro Gallery London Stephen Willats examines connections between personal narratives and social conditions through themes of…


Matterlurgy Geofictions


The group Matterlurgy led workshops in which their members and participants collected artefacts – from stones to discarded plastic items – in South Gare, the site of the now-closed Teesside…



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