QUAD, Derby has Make & Take and Minecraft-themed online workshops for families and young people this February half-term
QUAD will be offering workshops online for families and young people during February half-term.
A commemorative event to mark Holocaust Memorial Day, on Wednesday 27th January, will be available to view online this year. Presented by Derby’s Holocaust Memorial Day group, the theme for 2021 is ‘Be the Light in the Darkness’. The programme will include musical, dance and spoken word pieces as well as addresses representing international Embassies.
QUAD Patron’s Dr Jo Twist and Dr John Tams and Derby Film Festival Patron David Morrissey are the latest additions to the venues ‘Sponsor A Seat’ scheme.
QUAD have now sold over 100 bespoke cinema seat dedications, which have been bought by customers, sponsors and supporters. The scheme was launched early in 2020 to allow customers to name or dedicate their favourite cinema seats in QUAD.
QUAD in Derby received £40,000 Art Fund grant to develop an online venue for FORMAT International Photography Festival in Derby
QUAD’s ESOL project offers a chance to learn English with free creative activities
Enhancing communication through creative learning and cultural exchange
QUAD Curator chosen as one of thirteen UK ‘champions of the arts sector’ by National Lotteries for her work with QUAD’s QClub. Abbie Canning, a Curator at QUAD, is one of thirteen people from across the UK who has been chosen to represent ‘the unheralded, everyday champions of the arts sector’.
Derby Film Festival returns for five days of fantastic new films, talks and more from 19th to 23rd November. This year marks the seventh edition and takes the festival on a new direction with the launch of the brand-new QUAD player enabling all screenings to be viewed online. Derby Film Festival also welcomes its sister festival Paracinema, bringing a double punch of great cinema to homes in November.
In QUAD Galleries, How We Make Meaning links two solo exhibitions by artists Memo Akten and Mimi Ọnụọha. The exhibitions explore aspects and meanings of Artificial Intelligence including; the gathering and use of data, machine learning also how humans and machines input and interpret data to view the world in scientific, spiritual and deeply personal ways.
Deep Meditations: by Memo Akten (2019)
QUAD Receives 40k Grant From Garfield Weston To Support Creative Wellbeing
QUAD is pleased to have successfully received a grant of £40,000 from the Garfield Weston Foundation in support of our Creative Wellbeing work over two years.