Past Events and Exhibitions

Rachel Wilby 4

IOTA

By | Past Events and Exhibitions | No Comments

Weds 5th – Sat 8th April
Iota is a collective of eight 2nd year photography students currently studying at Sheffield Hallam University. Their exhibition serves to showcase the diverse range of work they are creating, touching on identity, motion and spaces.

Read More
6056-0002

Oliver Manning and James Ewan Tait co-headline gig

By | Past Events and Exhibitions | No Comments

Friday 21st April from 6.45pm
Songwriter, musician and Bank Street Arts resident Oliver Manning is currently recording his forthcoming album in the various spaces around our building. While he’s played a few impromptu gigs with us, his first ‘official’ BSA performance will be taking place on the evening of Friday 21st April. The show is a co-headliner with fellow songwriter James Ewan Tait.

Read More
31steveningevent2

One evening, six exhibitions

By | Past Events and Exhibitions | No Comments

On Friday 31st March from 6pm we’ll be hosting an event that will give visitors to Bank Street Arts the opportunity to spend the evening taking in six very different exhibitions: Lucy Wright’s Bling!, Andrew Jackson’s Wake-Up Call, Laura Smith’s Mania, resident Jesse Alexander’s The Nymph and the Shepherd, Ben Lewis’s Taken to Pieces: Peculiar Wood, and resident Chris Graham’s Atrium Occupation.

Read More
IMG_8497

Allan Pacey & Kate Sully | Reproduction

By | Past Events and Exhibitions | No Comments

8th- 23rd March
Allan Pacey, Professor of Andrology at The University of Sheffield, and artist Kate Sully first exhibited at Bank Street Arts with their mesmerising Journey of Reproductive Life project, part of 2016’s Festival of the Mind. Since the festival, Allan and Kate have continued their collaboration, producing work that provides a unique conduit between the reproductive sciences and art.

Read More
Bling!4

Lucy Wright | Bling!

By | Past Events and Exhibitions | No Comments

March 29th- 1st April.
Artist and researcher Lucy Wright’s conception of folk is more interested in what can happen when people come together to share in a cultural practice that they create for themselves. Her forthcoming exhibition Bling! explores this, with loving reference to the recent DIY phenomenon known variously as ‘bedazzling,’ ‘bejewelling’ and ‘blinging’.

Read More