Tether Shows at Stand Assembly | 19th-29th June by hughdichmont
June 10, 2008, 9:49 am
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week one at Stand Assembly

Work by Tether artists will be on show as part of Stand Assembly’s on going series of exhibitions which showcase the practices of Nottingham-based contemporary artists. The first show, As I Go I Dude You, opens with its private view on Thursday 19th June, from 6-8pm. The show is then on from Saturday 21st-Sunday 22nd, 1-5pm. Artists in this show include Harriet Kerrs and Liam Aitken.

The second show, U So Dead Ugii, will open to the public on the 28th and 29th of June, 1-5pm, whilst the private view is on Thursday 26th of June, 6-8pm. Artists in this show include Lauren O’Grady and Timothy Dixon.

Stand Assembly is located at: Unit 3 The Factory, Dakeyne St, Nottingham, NG3 2AR.

For directions to the venue, or for more information on Stand Assembly, please visit their website:


Future/Past Exhibition | 3rd May-26th July | Erewash Museum by hughdichmont
April 23, 2008, 9:49 am
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6 artists have been commissioned to make all new site-specific artwork to be discovered amongst the permanent exhibits in the beautiful Georgian building of Erewash Museum in Ilkeston. This 3 month exhibition includes an interactive sand sculpture, textile installations using local materials and a fragmented archive of a lost era in Erewash’s history.

Featuring work by Tether artists Samuel Mercer, Charlie Pratley and a collaboration between Hugh Dichmont & Chie Hosaka.

Exhibition Opening/Private View: Saturday 3rd May (All welcome)

For information on how to find the venue, check the link below:



About Tether Festival 2007 by hughdichmont

Tether Festival – three weeks of events, exhibitions, performances and screenings in November 2007 – represented the first major project by Nottingham based artist group Tether. Under the direction of Hugh Dichmont and Samuel Mercer, Tether’s members curated shows, facilitated collaborations and hosted events which made Tether Festival not only an opportunity for members of Tether to exhibit their own work, but as a means to establish connections with artist groups and practitioners throughout the UK.

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