Number Nine Guildhall Road,
NN is a contemporary art space in the centre of Northampton. We work with artists at all stages of their careers to present an international programme of contemporary art and multi-disciplinary events. We moved from our previous home at Fishmarket to become NN at Number Nine Guildhall Road in 2012 where as well as exhibitions we house artist studios, project space, education projects and cafe.
Gallery, Artist studio or collective
House-Warming Weekend Opening times:
- 17 December 2014 — 1 March 2015 *on now
18 December 2014—1 March 2015
NN, Number Nine Guildhall Road, Northampton NN1 1DP
Nastasha Boyce, Holly Condon, Mel Cutler, Melanie Gurney, Reece Kennedy, Alexandra Charlotte Pullen, Kristina Rubkovaite, Katie Stafford
At NN Contemporary Art this winter, New Life celebrates the graduate artists of 2014. The exhibition presents selected artwork by recent graduates from a 50mile radius of Northampton.
Artistic Director, Catherine Hemelryk, has been scouting for New Life at degree shows from Oxford to Cambridge, Leicester to Luton, Coventry and Northampton. The show brings together selected works by Fine Art graduates using media ranging from photography to painting and installation.
The Opening Night on Wednesday 17 December 2014 marks the gallery’s 2nd birthday at Number Nine Guildhall Road. Everyone is invited to celebrate the upcoming generations of artists in New Life and two full and busy years of NN from 6pm.
Events accompanying New Life include Crit Group, Write Club and a Film Night featuring student classic Starter for 10 and Educating Rita.
For further information about the project and NN visit: www.nncontemporaryart.org
T: 01604 638944
Twitter: @NNPress or @NNContemporary
- Any age
- Family friendly
- 12 March 2015 2-6pm
Multiverse Redux is an afternoon of talks, screenings and a workshop, revisiting NN Contemporary Art’s 2014 Northampton Multiverse season.
NN’s Northampton Multiverse was a season of exhibitions and events exploring artists’ worlds, hidden histories, and different ideas of the world we are in. In true spirit of the Multiverse, speakers Andy Holden, Michelle Deignan and Catherine Hemelryk, will be revisiting a parallel Northampton Multiverse in this season finale.
Set in a universe where the very laws of nature are different, artist Andy Holden will give his performance lecture Laws of Motion in a Cartoon Landscape.
Artist and filmmaker Michelle Deignan will be screening her new science fiction infused work filmed at Northampton's iconic landmark, the National Lift Tower. Deignan will also talk about her practice, in which she creates factual and fictional narratives through video, film, text and photography.
Catherine Hemelryk, Artistic Director at NN Contemporary Art and curator of the 2014 Multiverse Season, will be giving a tour through time and space, and looking back at the season with a parallel take.
There will also be an interactive element to the afternoon, where you will have the opportunity to reflect on the Multiverse season through a creative workshop.
Free, all welcome. Booking is essential, tickets available from http://www.eventbrite.com/e/multiverse-redux-tickets-15759350642
T: 01604 638944
- Any age
Tickets are free however booking is essential.