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BACKGROUND

BEVERLEY STERLING

Beverley is a visual ceramicist/graphic artist who produces short movies and animation and recently 'Urbanesque Jewellery'. She has exhibited her work in the UK, Zimbabwe and Senegal.

“I develop a lot of my experimental ideas using ceramics, photography and text from my surroundings, living and working in Nottingham (UK) and in the past, Zimbabwe and Senegal. My short movies sometimes involve people participating and exploring their cultural identities and this may involve a ceramic object or any item that has a particular significance which evokes a memory, a situation or experience(s)”


Contact: bevsterling@gmx.com for further information


Wednesday, 6 June 2018

URBANESQUE will be at






Saturday 9 June 2018 


10:00 am to 17:00 pm


Resource Centre
Middle St, Beeston, Nottingham NG9 2AR

Sunday, 3 December 2017

URBANESQUE will be at




CRAFT AND CULTURE FAIR 

9 DECEMBER 2017, 12PM - 5PM 

NEW ART EXCHANGE|NOTTINGHAM 

Join us at New Art Exchange for our third year of Craft + Culture Fair!
Capturing the vibrancy of our culturally rich city; makers, designers and performers from across the local community showcase their talents with contemporary jewellery, colourful textile accessories, hair products for afro-caribbean hair, furniture, hand-crafted prints and much more!











Thursday, 7 September 2017

Short Film SLAVE BRACELETS at Broadway Cinema, Broad Street, Nottingham on Sunday 10 September 2017


SLAVE BRACELETS (5'09 mins - short film)
Dir: Bev Sterling


SUN 10 SEP -  Starts Promptly at 16:00 pm


SLAVE BRACELETS is a participatory video (created to be projected from above, onto a large table/floor), which associates the personal and familiar, but also plays with these bracelets disturbing similarities with another everyday item.
An opportunity for new and emerging filmmaking talents to showcase their work, network with other filmmakers and gain valuable peer-to-peer insights. Film Open is free to enter for everyone and we especially focus on films that star or are directed and/or produced by Black and Minority Ethnic talent and Women. In this programme, there'll be locally-made music videos, documentaries and dramas. We're also proud to present 1745, a short film about two sisters escaping slavery, set in the Scottish Highlands. 


See link for more info:     Film Open line-up info

Tickets: £3.50              

Broadway
14 - 18 Broad Street
Nottingham
England
NG1 3AL
0115 9526 611