The wide ranging works include oil paintings on canvass, objects
made out of textiles, digital sound scapes, sculptures and photographs.
The exhibition is part of the celebrations to mark the 40th anniversaryof
the twinning of Nottingham with Karlsruhe - the Karlsruhe Week from
15th to 17th October 2009.
Nottingham and Karlsruhe also have a long tradition of cultural
partnership including sporting, musical and theatre exchanges over
many years. More recently, the cities have been working towards
a more strategic cultural cooperation agreement to build on the
extensive work already underway.
An agreement will be signed during Karlsruhe's Oberbürgermeister's
(Mayor) visit to Nottingham from 15th to 17th October. This agreement
has the potential to accelerate Nottingham's international work
on culture, and to bring about some exciting new opportunities for
the city's sport, music, theatre, contemporary arts, and much more.
Saturday, 17th October at 1.00 p.m. with Mayor of Karlsruhe
and official delegation Welcoming Speech: Councillor David Trimble,
Portfolioholder for Culture
Professor Judith Mottram, School of Art an Design at Nottingham
Dr. Christa Hartnigk-Kümmel, GEDOK Karlsruhe
Mon-Thu 9.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m., Sat, 9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.
Angel Row Gallery
(1st floor, City Library)
3 Angel Row
Nottingham, NG1 6HP
Nottinghamshire, Great Britain