Check out “House of the Flying Wheel” at Backlit

Date published: 30 May 2014

Posted by: Joe Pick

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House of the Flying Wheel

Ashley Street, Nottingham, Notts, NG3 1JG

House of the Flying Wheel exhibition and launch at Backlit – Private View on the 6th of June, from 6.00pm

The Exhibition is open from the 7th June – 7th September 2014.

12.00 midday – 5.00pm Thursday to Sunday starting from:
7th – 8th June (appointment only)
12th – 15th June
19th – 22nd June
26th – 29th June
3rd – 6th July
10th – 13th July
24th – 27th July
31st – 3rd Aug
7th – 10th Aug
14th – 17th Aug
21st – 24th Aug
28th – 31st Aug
4th – 7th Sept

Backlit is launching its latest exhibition, House of the Flying Wheel, which coincides with its fifth birthday. Members of the public are invited to come along to toast the launch which will include the unveiling of the brand new second floor.

Featuring work by Darren Banks, Mark Davey, Tracey McMaster, Yinka Shonibare MBE (RA) and Julian Wild.

Backlit is a two-storey independent art gallery located in the heart of Nottingham. It provides affordable studio spaces for contemporary artists, supports early career graduates, emerging artists and international touring practitioners.

 Backlit provides a dynamic public programme of national and international artists including original artist commissions, workshops, screenings and live debates. It has a strong working relationship with regional and national organisations and universities. It is committed to supporting community engaged projects and provides unique critical sessions for artists working in the city.

For more information visit
. Tickets for the launch event are available via

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