Upcoming and Current Events

Bay Art,
Caerdydd | Cardiff
18eg Chwefror - 18eg Mawrth 2017
18th February - 17th March 2017
Main exhibition of artworks.
Chapter Arts Centre,
Caerdydd | Cardiff
19eg Chwefror 2017
19th February 2017
Screening/talks 1pm-5pm, and then evening screening of the feature film 'Into Eternity'

Events Archive

14.05.16 - 02.07.16
Canolfan Y Celfyddydau Aberystwyth Arts Centre

Mostyn, Llandudno
Talk and screening
Jessica Lloyd-Jones, Bridget Kennedy, Helen Grove-White, Alana Tyson, Chris Oakley
in conversation with Alfredo Cramerotti

02.02.16 - 06.04.16
Oriel Davies, Drenewydd | Newtown

23.01.16 - 10.07.16
"Hanes Wylfa Story", Oriel Ynys Môn, Llangefni, Anglesey
Archive exhibition

Modern Art Oxford
Talk and screening
Annie Grove-White, Helen Grove-White, Chris Oakley, Robin Tarbet, Tim Skinner
plus talks from
Dr. Ele Carpenter (Goldsmiths University, London)

Ele Carpenter is a curator and writer in politicised art and social networks of making. Her curatorial practice responds to interdisciplinary socio-political contexts such as the nuclear economy and the relationship between craft and code. Her curatorial research into nuclear culture investigates the contemporary aesthetics of living in the nuclear anthropocene through commissioning new work, field research, writing, and curating exhibitions, film screenings and roundtable discussions. In partnership with the Arts Catalyst the project is commissioning new work in response to the issues raised by dismantling British nuclear submarines in consultation with members of the Submarine Dismantling Project Advisory Group.
Ele is an Associate Curator with Arts Catalyst London, and Bildmuseet, Sweden. Current exhibitions include: Material Nuclear Culture, KARST, Plymouth (2016); Perpetual Uncertainty, Bildmuseet, Sweden. She is editor of The Nuclear Culture Source Book, Black Dog Publishing, (2016), and convenor of the Nuclear Culture Research Group at Goldsmiths.

Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster
Q&A Talk
Helen Grove-White, Bridget Kennedy

plus talks from
Mike Hughes

Professor of Modern History at Lancaster specialises in cultural history, largely from the 20th century. He has a particular expertise in Russian history and the cultural impact of Russian politics in Britain. He is interested in exploring the nuclear age in relation to a culture of fear.

Bronislaw Szerszynski
Head of Department of Sociology at Lancaster. A senior figure in Lancaster's Institute for Environment, Philosophy and Public Policy he has long been interested in cultural understandings of the Anthropocene era and in critical responses to geoengineering as ways of counteracting climate change. He has recently engaged with Bruno Latour and Olivier Michelon on a major multi disciplinary arts/social sciences project around climate change. Bron is himself a performance artist. Nature, Technology and the Sacred was published in 2005.