Events

Whorlbane - Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art
'Coyote, Mexico DF' 2022, watercolour Finnisage        Sunday 16 July 3-6pm Exhibition       17th June - 16th July Times             Friday – Sunday from 12 – 6pm. Coleman Project Space celebrates its 21st anniversary next year. We are proud to announce the start of our celebrations with Whorlbane, a solo exhibition by the gallery’s founder and director Frances Coleman.  The title of the exhibition has folkloric and anthropologic… Read More »Whorlbane
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Synchronisations Artist Adam Boyd Preview Friday 22nd September 6-9 pm Exhibition 23 September - 22 October Times Friday Saturday Sunday 12-6pm Synchronisation II 2023 (detail), Woven jacquard tapestry 125 x 150 cm Coleman Projects is delighted to announce the return of its summer artist residency. The project offers use of the gallery's spaces over the… Read More »Upcoming
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Trevor Lock's critically acclaimed comedy show that meshes performance art with stand-up to push the conventions of live comedy. Friday 21st April 7.30-9.30 Doors open 7 pm booking required. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/trevor-lock-community-circle-at-coleman-projects-tickets-529848770937 Curated by Theo Ellison as part of Just Like That exhibition 11.3.23-23.4.23
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Preview : Friday May 5th 6 - 9pm Exhibition : May 6th - June 4th Times : Friday Saturday Sunday 12-6pm “The first relic sent was the collarbone which contains the arteries which carry a thought which is in the heart so that the tongue might burst forth into voice; the second was the arm,… Read More »Unnamed Saints Lara Smithson