Contemporary
Visual Arts Network
East Midlands

Celebrating and Supporting Visual Arts in the East Midlands

Contemporary
Visual Arts Network
East Midlands

Celebrating and Supporting Visual Arts in the East Midlands

Featured Events and Exhibitions view all events

Exhibition
Made in UK
1st February 2018 – 22nd April 2018
78 Derngate, Northants
Exhibition
Viewpoints: Faces
3rd February 2018 – 7th May 2018
The Collection, Lincolnshire
Exhibition
Roy Bizley: Aspects of Print
10th February 2018 – 27th April 2018
LCB Depot & Leicester Print Workshop, Leicestershire
Exhibition
Lace Unravelled
10th March 2018 – 22nd April 2018
Nottingham Castle/Newstead Abbey, Nottinghamshire
Exhibition
Mike Cooter – The Mimic, the Model and the Dupe
15th March 2018 – 6th May 2018
Radar Loughborough, Leicestershire
Exhibition
Georgie Meadows Stitched Drawings
17th March 2018 – 29th April 2018
The National Centre for Craft & Design, Lincolnshire
Exhibition
Impact and Interpretation
17th March 2018 – 22nd April 2018
Tarpey Gallery, Derbyshire
Exhibition
The Ground Is Good / Exhibition Opening
17th March 2018 – 28th April 2018
Modern Painters, New Decorators, Leicestershire
Exhibition
Scaling The Sublime
23rd March 2018 – 17th June 2018
Lakeside Arts, Nottinghamshire
Exhibition
The House of Fame
23rd March 2018 – 24th June 2018
Nottingham Contemporary, Nottinghamshire
Exhibition
Lichtung
24th March 2018 – 22nd April 2018
New Art Exchange, Nottinghamshire
Exhibition
Mark Neville: Battle Against Stigma
30th March 2018 – 24th June 2018
QUAD, Derbyshire

Meet the Artist: Sam Metz

Meet the Artist: Sam Metz

Sam Metz is a visual artist working across performance. Their interests lie in experimenting with the body in relation to the built environment. Their work will often examine movement, perception and architecture. Sam has trained in physical theatre and has a Masters in Architecture and Critical Theory from The University of Nottingham. Current commissions include… 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