• Gallery Hall

26th October to 3rdNovember

In Newhampton Arts Centre Gallery Hall

What would you put on a map of Whitmore Reans? What is the heart of this place? What do we need more of and what do we need less of in Whitmore Reans? What could make you feel more welcome, more at home and more connected here? What could Newhampton Arts Centre do for the local community and for you?

Join us to discover how local people have responded and re-mapped Whitmore Reans, and answer some of these questions yourself, in an exhibition in NAC’s Gallery Hall.

Artists and local groups have been working together over the last few months to respond to these questions creatively and have re-mapped Whitmore Reans through film, photography, storytelling, music, sound, light, digital and graphic art.

The exhibition invites you to look at Whitmore Reans through a different lens and think about what role NAC could play in the local community.

If you or someone you know would like too visit the exhibition or one of the Whitmore Reans Remapped events and require interpretation in another language, including BSL, or an audio described tour or have any other access needs please contact or call, text, WhatsApp 07376 020 819

#ReansRemapped Artists – GeoTone, Kupid Val-Essone, Tess Radcliffe, Vimal Korpal and Kremena Dimitrova

#ReansRemapped Partners – Gatis Community Centre, ACCI, Good Shepherd, Refugee & Migrant Centre and Wolverhampton City of Sanctuary

This project is supported by the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation and produced by Curiosity Productions.

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