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
Bridge the Gap Exhibition IV
7th September 2017 – 28th October 2017
Artcore, Derbyshire
Exhibition
Nigel Cheney: Decorated
9th September 2017 – 5th November 2017
The National Centre for Craft & Design, Lincolnshire
Exhibition
Laura Swanson & Claude Cahun
9th September 2017 – 10th December 2017
Attenborough Arts, Leicestershire
Exhibition
States of America
15th September 2017 – 26th November 2017
Nottingham Contemporary, Nottinghamshire
Exhibition
HORSE-PLAY
16th September 2017 – 31st October 2017
Nottingham Castle, Nottinghamshire
Exhibition
Jake Moore: Future Body
23rd September 2017 – 22nd October 2017
The Collection Lincoln, Lincolnshire
Exhibition
Shifting Landscapes
23rd September 2017 – 31st March 2018
Nottingham Castle, Nottinghamshire
Exhibition
Stuart McKenzie : Sesame Street
29th September 2017 – 18th November 2017
TG Gallery, Nottinghamshire
Exhibition
Lightseekers: Art as Life
29th September 2017 – 19th November 2017
QUAD, Derbyshire

Meet the Artist: Lesley Farrell

Meet the Artist: Lesley Farrell

Lesley Farrell is an artist working in photography and is interested in exploring how the sense of a direct connection with the past, often perceived in objects and places, can be communicated through the photographic image. Lesley is also co-founder of the curatorial collective CommonAs. She has worked for many contemporary art galleries and organisations, as… 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