East Midlands Contemporary Visual Arts Network

Celebrating and Supporting Visual Arts in the East Midlands

East Midlands Contemporary Visual Arts Network

Celebrating and Supporting Visual Arts in the East Midlands

Featured Events and Exhibitions view all events

Event
Our Woods
4th September 2016 – 7th May 2017
Deep Roots Tall Trees, Northants
Exhibition
James E Smith : New Photographic Works
3rd December 2016 – 2nd May 2017
Usher Gallery, Lincolnshire
Event
Here, There and Everywhere
22nd January 2017 – 31st March 2018
Multi-organisation collaboration- led by New Art Exchange, Nottinghamshire
Exhibition
OPEM 4 Exhibition
28th January 2017 – 1st May 2017
The Collection, Lincoln, Lincolnshire
Exhibition
The Object is Alive: Matthew Darbyshire
28th January 2017 – 14th May 2017
Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery, Nottinghamshire
Exhibition
The Place Is Here
4th February 2017 – 30th April 2017
Nottingham Contemporary, Nottinghamshire
Exhibition
Project Lab: Colour and Shape in Still Life and Ceramics
8th February 2017 – 3rd May 2017
Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery, Nottinghamshire
Exhibition
Night in the Museum: Ryan Gander curates Arts Council Collection
24th February 2017 – 21st May 2017
, Leicestershire
Exhibition
Viktor Timofeev – If I could go to sleep for days, would you count the hours? (Sazarus 4)
4th March 2017 – 28th May 2017
Two Queens, Leicestershire
Event
Close Distance
8th March 2017 – 1st May 2017
Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery, Nottinghamshire
Exhibition
Nine Painters: Curated by Richard Davey
9th March 2017 – 6th May 2017
Syson Gallery, Nottinghamshire
Exhibition
Memorability as an Image
16th March 2017 – 6th May 2017
NN Contemporary Art, Northants

Meet the Artist: James Smith

Meet the Artist: James Smith

James Smith is based in Northampton. After completing an MA in Photography (2012) at the Royal College of Art, James has gone on to be shown in both solo and group exhibitions across the UK. These include: Temporal Dislocation, Photofusion, London (2012), London Overspill, UH Galleries, Hatfield, (2012), Luton Overlay, Departure Lounge (2012/13), Estate, Gibberd Gallery,… Read more

Why CVAN East Midlands?

‘CVAN East Midlands is a very positive contribution to visual arts in this area. I think at a time when visual arts is doing well in the region it is essential to keep CVAN East Midlands going and to increase support of it.’ John Newling, 2014