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

Exhibition
Can You Hear Me?
1st January 2017 – 31st December 2017
, Northants
Event
Here, There and Everywhere
22nd January 2017 – 31st March 2018
Multi-organisation collaboration- led by New Art Exchange, Nottinghamshire
Exhibition
Object Performance
11th May 2017 – 14th December 2017
Primary, Nottinghamshire
Exhibition
Lara Favaretto
20th May 2017 – 28th August 2017
Nottingham Contemporary, Nottinghamshire
Exhibition
Wu Tsang
20th May 2017 – 28th August 2017
Nottingham Contemporary, Nottinghamshire
Exhibition
Reportrait
26th May 2017 – 10th September 2017
Nottingham Castle, Nottinghamshire
Exhibition
Leicester: Memories of Industry
9th June 2017 – 20th August 2017
Attenborough Arts, Leicestershire
Exhibition
Medieval-City One
16th June 2017 – 2nd September 2017
Two Queens, Leicestershire
Exhibition
Judge Dredd to Wonder Woman – The Work of Liam Sharp
24th June 2017 – 3rd September 2017
Derby Museums, Derbyshire
Exhibition
Our Friends Electric
1st July 2017 – 10th September 2017
QUAD, Derbyshire
Exhibition
Machine Made: Art, Robots and AI
1st July 2017 – 10th September 2017
, Derbyshire
Exhibition
Kate Bajic: Practice : Develop, Develop : Practice
8th July 2017 – 3rd September 2017
The National Centre for Craft & Design, Lincolnshire

Meet the Artist: Khush Kali

Meet the Artist: Khush Kali

Khush Kali is a Leicester-based artist who uses collage, drawing, digital media and sculpture to explore the everyday experience of the urban environment, influenced in particular by the history and context of Leicester, migration and cultural identity. She has exhibited in the UK, USA and India. Her work is held in the public collection of… 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