Metroland and the Delfina Foundation are excited to announce that we’ve chosen James Tapsell-Kururangi as the inaugural New Zealand curator-in-residence for the Delfina Foundation’s Spring 2023 Residency season in partnership with Te Tuhi.
Metroland Cultures invites you to support three appeals of urgent support towards earthquake relief for Turkey and Syria.
Metroland Cultures presents ‘Making The Room Sing’, an exhibition by artists Amanda Camenisch and Therese Westin developed in collaboration with a group of women from the Asian Women’s Resource Centre (AWRC) as part of the Brent Biennial 2022, ‘In the House of my Love’.
Applications are now invited for a new London-based residency for an early/mid-career New Zealand curator. DEADLINE: Monday 30 January 2023, 5PM (NZ time).
Metroland Cultures’ development programme for young people, Metroland Young Associates, is coming back in 2023 with Collective Rhythms. This 3 month paid opportunity in Brent is for 20 young people between the ages of 18-24 to develop skills and experience of working in the arts and creative industries. Applications are now open until Friday 17 February 2023.
We are pleased to announce full details of the Brent Biennial programme, venues and projects by participating artists as part of ‘In the House of my Love’
Metroland Cultures today announces the ten artists who have been selected to participate in the first iteration of their bi-annual artist support programme, Metroland Cohort: Peer-to-Peer.
Metroland Cultures today announces the selected artists for the Brent Biennial 2022, In the House of my Love, Billboard Commissions.
Metroland Cultures invites visual artists with a connection to Brent to apply to produce a commission for high-street billboards, responding to the BB22 theme, In the House of my Love.
Metroland Cultures today announces further details of the second edition of the Brent Biennial, titled In the House of my Love, which takes place from 8 July – 11 September 2022.