Remote Roundup 30th November – 6th December 2020

Social Practice Social: School for Invisible Urbanists, 6pm, 1st Dec
Social Practice Social is a monthly discussion forum for artists, programmers, community organisers, activists, and others working with participation, collaboration, public space, or social change. This month we are joined by Kate Houlton, Children & Young People’s Producer at Heart of Glass and artist Andy Field, who has been working with them to develop The School for Invisible Urbanists. Kate will tell us more about Heart of Glass’ approach and their philosophy that ‘art belongs everywhere, to everyone’. Andy will share ‘The School for Invisible Urbanists’ project; that takes the form of a secret society of young people who began to consider the changes they’d like to see in the world around them, and what they can do to initiate that change. This event will take place online via Zoom. Please register here to receive the meeting information –

Artists’ Talk – Kelly O’Brien & Thomas Wynne – 5pm, 2nd Dec
Artcore Gallery
Artcore invites you to join us for an in-conversation event with resident artists Kelly O’Brien and Thomas Wynne and Artcore’s Programme Producer David Gilbert. Kelly and Tom were selected for the current residency at Artcore and started researching and making work at the beginning of October. They are developing work for exhibition – launching online in December and in Artcore Gallery early in the New Year. Through the residency, we wanted to give these two artists the opportunity to make new work dealing with the tensions caused by the current uncertainty and looking forward to a brighter future. Both artists are interested in alternative realities and fictional possibilities.

Haarlem Artspace Crit, 2 Dec, 8pm
Haarlem Artspace Crits is a peer-group meet-up for creatives to share their work, receive feedback and develop their thinking. It’s open to anyone who would like to attend, contribute constructively and participate in a mutually supportive forum. The Crits are an opportunity to offer peer support, gain mutual learning and establish networking opportunities with creatives across the region. Two creatives will present at each crit, with each presenter given half an hour for discussion and sharing of their work. Haarlem Artspace Crits will be hosted on Zoom, from 8-9pm, on the first Wednesday of every even numbered month.

The Bummock, from 3rd Dec
An exhibition by the Bummock: Tennyson Research Centre is coming to the Whisby Nature Park x Natural World Centre

Nottingham Makers and Vintage Virtual Market 5th -6th Dec
We moved the Nottingham Makers and Vintage Market online, it’s the same great mix of designer/makers, artists and vintage sellers, plus free downloads, music and a free workshop. Lots of great Christmas gifts ideas, cards and decorations. 5th and 6th December in the Nottingham Makers and Vintage Virtual Market Facebook group, join here to browse and shop