An exhibition exploring the discourse of anxiety within our contemporary culture and how it bleeds into the psyche and work of our generation.
Our debut exhibition showcasing a range of work including photography, film and multi-media installations created by young artists breaking into the art scene. An evening of Art and music with live performances by neo-soul singer Hannah Rodriguez and a till late funky set brought to you by the boys at Hex.
Main event starts at 6pm finishes at 12am.
Art work is open to the public till 5pm on 8th of May.
Free tickets Online! (£2 pound on the door)
Stour Space offers with great views of the river, out door seating and a full bar so beat the Monday blues and live your bank holiday weekend to the fullest, come down for an evening of art music and fun and start your week right.
Live performance starts at 8PM
Doors Open at 6PM.
Art, music and booze for one night only to help you cope with your modern discomfort!
Submissions still welcome!!!
Here at the collective we anticipate submissions of work for the modern discomfort exhibition that address the discourse of anxiety within our contemporary society. Whether that ranges from something that effects us all such as the tempestuous political climate and the patriarchal culture that is perpetuated or something that only effects certain demographics like anxieties over job security in the creative field, mental health and socio-economic status. It could even be something completely personal to you the point is that it is up to you as the artist to determine what work of your own interprets an aspect of anxiety in a unique and impactful way.
If you have work fitting these themes please contact us at:
Submission deadline April 30th.