Plosives
May
24
to May 31

Plosives

AltMFA embark on their annual Guest Projects residency, turning the room into a working studio and project space for a week. With a processual approach, the group will create multiple ways in which notions of time impact on the construction and deconstruction of objects, languages and embodied relations around the title of the show 'Plosives'.

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MAKING SPACE
Jul
2
to Jul 31

MAKING SPACE

Soft Fiction Projects is an artist run initiative founded in 2018 by artists Alessia Cargnelli and Emily McFarland - based between Belfast and Glasgow. SFP’s research focuses on current and historical narratives of radical cultural, social and economic resistance and examines the potential of these actions to be reconsidered within a contemporary context.

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Mwindo - An African Ballet
Aug
2
to Aug 30

Mwindo - An African Ballet

Mwindo - An African Ballet is a new creation and collaboration between the composer and producer, Tunde Jegede and the choreographer and dancer, Qudus Onikeku, with the NOK Ensemble, a contemporary classical orchestra from Lagos, Nigeria. Through the residency at Guest Projects they will develop a piece which brings together elements of Western and African classical and traditional cultures, with a story that will be told through dance, movement, music, narration and multi-media visuals.

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TANGLE | African & Caribbean Theatre
Sep
2
to Sep 28

TANGLE | African & Caribbean Theatre

Tangle is South West England’s African Caribbean Theatre Company. We celebrate the work of artists of African, Caribbean and more than 50 other heritages. Our work integrates, asserts and celebrates their brilliant contribution to UK theatre, particularly in rural areas where there is little inter-cultural interface.

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The Power of Sound
Nov
13
to Dec 11

The Power of Sound

For one month, Stephanie Gervais, Olivia Hernaïz, Berber Meindertsma, Máté Pacsika and Iris van der Wal will transform Guest Projects into a music and sound studio. Each artist will initiate a project that has been part of their prior research, while expanding and elaborating on these projects collaboratively. The artists intend to use the residency as a starting point for a longer collaboration that will unfold over time.

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