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Art Night Dundee: For Some The Clouds Become Solid Ground

8:00 pm

Slessor Gardens, The Train Station, Yeoman Street & Ward Road

Nomas* Projects will be hosting performances and exhibitions as part of Art Night 2023



This summer Art Night will deliver its first full iteration in a city outside London - in Dundee. On June 24th, from 7pm until late, the city will come alive with commissions, events, performances and more in civic spaces across the city by internationally significant and emerging artists.

Free, open to all, and taking place on the beautiful banks of the silvery Tay - we recommend you check out our new Art Night Dundee website, read the full information and start planning your trip now!

We are pleased to announce Inwith, a series of projects highlighting a cross section of Dundee’s expansive art and communities programming, includes work from Dundee Community Gardens Network/Grow Dundee, Dundee Heritage Trust's Creative Communities Network, Dundee Women's Aid, Federation Gallery, Hot Chocolate Trust, Nomas* Projects, Open/Close Dundee in collaboration with EH9 Espresso, The Binnn, The Speedwell Bar, V&A Dundee's Young People's Collective, Volk Gallery and Wooosh Gallery.


For Some the Clouds Become Solid Ground is a collaboration between artist Sarah White and musician tyroneisaacstuart. Both artists utilise improvisation, creating spaces of contemplation and participation for both the performers and audience. These visual exhibitions will draw from tyrone and Sarah’s collaborative and individual archives of sound, text, movement, images and objects whilst two performances will invite audience members to make their mark on Slessor Gardens slabbed walkways, using chalk.

Nomas* Projects is a five window gallery space, based in 9a Ward Road, Dundee, run by local artists Cully McCulloch and Owen Daily. This experimental project provides a platform for Contemporary Art in a broad range of media.

Performances will take place in Slessor Gardens at 8.30pm and 10.30pm. In the event of bad weather, the performances will be moved to Platform Arts, Riverside Drive, DD1 4DB.

Works at Nomas* Projects, South Union Street poster site and video wall at Yeaman Shore will remain on display until July 2023.

Image Credit: He Whom You Shall Love Is Absent, live performance at The Swiss Church, London, 2023, Sarah White and tyroneisaacstuart. Images by Keith Corprew.

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