Remote Roundup 4th – 10th January 2021

Staging Places: UK Design for Performance
NCCD, Until 10 Jan
In partnership with the Society of British Theatre Designers (SBTD) this exhibition celebrates the diversity of performance designs made locally, nationally and internationally by designers based throughout the UK across a wide range of spaces and genres. The exhibition shares their processes via set models, costumes, props, photos, drawings and videos and acknowledges the impact of their work on a wider sense of place-making and community.

Theatrical Property
NCCD, Until 10 Jan
Alongside NCCD’s main gallery exhibition; Staging Places, in the Window Collection showcases work from a number of local designer-makers working in theatre design, including Lou Jones and Ruth Pigott. Lou Jones is a versatile designer/maker with over 20 years of experience working in theatre, television, museums, event production and community arts.

BLACK: Yesterday
City Arts, 8 Jan – 4 Feb 2021
An exhibition of artwork by Honey Williams. Presented as a visual diary, Yesterday is a profoundly personal survey of art made between 2004 and 2017. It features sketches, collage, illustration, poetry, diary entries and excerpts from blog posts. They highlight some of the uncomfortable conversations relating to anti-black racism, from systemic racism, to colourism, misogynoir and more.