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Events at MK Gallery

Venue: CMK
Date: 25 Mar 2019 - 31 May 2019
Times: Various

Events at MK Gallery

Exhibition Talks and Tours - Free / See website for times and to book

12 April / Artist-led Sensory Venue Tours Explore the unique qualities of the MK Gallery building through all the senses, on these artist-led experiential venue tours.

19 April / Artist-led BSL Exhibition Tour Gain insight into the artists, works and rich themes of The Lie of the Land.

Every Wednesday / The Derby Day Join Andrew Rodgers at 1pm for a 15 minute talk on William Powell Frith's The Derby Day.

Every Saturday / Exhibition Tour Join Andrew Rodgers at 2pm for a 45 minute tour of The Lie of the Land.

Project Space

Community, Land, Trust
Until 21 April / Free admission

This new commission by Ed Webb-Ingall reimagines a 1970s community television network and explores the status of residential land ownership in Milton Keynes, informed by meetings with community action groups and housing associations.

Events Space

Project Art Works - Illuminating the Wilderness
Until 26 May / Free admission

A new film and installation by Project Art Works, a leading UK artist-led organisation working with people who have additional and complex support needs. Illuminating the  Wilderness reveals time spent investigating a remote Scottish glen with a group of people who are highly sensitive to the sensory stimuli of the world around them.

Live music

Doors 8pm / Prices vary

23 March / Gwenifer Raymond and Andrew DR Abbott Raymond plays moody, often manic original American Primitive style compositions on guitar and banjo. Abbott's recent release Live on Daisy Hill has been described by The Quietus as 'a minor 21st century folk masterpiece...'

30 March / Andrew Ashong plus support Hailing from Forest Hill, by way of Ghana, Ashong brings his critically acclaimed blend of jazz, funk and soul to MK Gallery.


Necessary Amendments: Screening, Book Launch and In Conversation
28 March / 7.30pm / £5

Artist Stuart Whipps discusses his new film and publication, which combine archival and new material about Milton Keynes, with Helen Legg, Director, Tate Liverpool.


The Favourite (15)
29 March 8pm / 31 March 2pm

Oscar and BAFTA award-winning Olivia Colman stars as a frail Queen Anne in this critically acclaimed comedy set in 18th century England.


Please check our website for times and prices

Every Tuesday / Start the Art Messy and creative activities for under 5s to move around and explore.

Every Saturday / Saturday Studio Fun creative activities for all the family supported by our friendly Associate Artists. For ages 5+.

Every Sunday / Art and Us Stimulating and enjoyable art activities for families with children aged 5+ with complex needs. Booking is essential, contact Bethany Mitchell on bmitchell@mkgallery.org or 01908 558319.

Check out www.mkgallery.org for more information

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