Lakeside Arts
Part of University of Nottingham
Lakeside Arts
Event Detail

Land-ing: Looking Back to Look Forward

Saturday 26 February - Sunday 03 April
Wallner Gallery


Admission free

Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm
Saturday 9am-5pm
Sunday 10am-5pm

This exhibition charts how a creative team, including 12 young people from Bassetlaw, set about selecting an artist to create a new work reflecting the history of the Mayflower voyage. Find out how international artist Hetain Patel was chosen for this major art commission and see the first trailers for his film to be launched in the summer.  

TRINITY, a major solo show by Hetain Patel, is at New Art Exchange Nottingham 29 January – 24 April. 

Image: Artist Hetain Patel directing his film Don’t Look at the Finger, 2018. Photo credit: Nick Matthews.

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