Weʼre raising £2,000 to provide funding and support to 16 Nicholson Street from 2019-20
- Glasgow, UK
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16 Nicholson Street Gallery & Arts Collective is a Glasgow-based non-profit organisation. Established in 2016, all organisation and programming is managed by Director/Curator Isabella Shields and our dedicated committee, made up of Nell Cardozo, Mook Attanath, Eve Goulden, and Aga Paulina Mlynczak.
16 Nicholson curates and facilitates events, workshops, talks, mentorship programmes and exhibitions. Our aim is to create a dialogue between artists and makers from Scotland and create a network with international artists. By introducing and encouraging collaborations between established and more emerging artists we hope to develop an inclusive, engaging, and intellectually rich space.
16 Nicholson is a curatorial entity with its core interest in collaboration and critical discussions and discourses between those involved within the Scottish art sphere. Artists have largely been paid through the reception of Hope Scott Trust funds, for which we are incredibly grateful. Our programming from now until June of 2019 involves: Gillies Adamson Semple / Future Relics / Michella Perera / Adam Benmakhlouf + Rosa Klerkx + James St. Findlay + Jonny Walker / More TBA!
Any and all contributions make a huge difference and we're so thankful for anything that anyone can give!
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16 Nicholson Street Gallery & Arts Collective is a voluntarily run/not-for-profit contemporary arts organisation on Glasgow's Clydeside which curates and facilitates events, workshops, talks, mentorship programmes and exhibitions.