19 September - 13 December 2020
Art presented in public spaces, libraries and streets of Brent.
The first Brent Biennial presents over 20 brand new artworks inspired by the cultures, places and people of Brent. From sculptures to sound art, large-scale murals to intimate installations, Brent Biennial tells the stories of Brent then, now and tomorrow – and of the people who have been made and shaped by the borough.
22 October - 13 December 2020
WE FOUND OUR OWN REALITY
Part of Brent Biennial, We Found Our Own Reality is an exhibition by artist Paul Purgas bringing together architecture, furniture, textiles and sound to explore India’s first electronic music studio. A central part of the exhibition will be a new soundwork, developed from a collection of unheard recordings by Indian composers.
What’s Happening Now
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Guest host Moeed Majeed talks to activist and educator Nim Ralph, social entrepreneur Emily Mathieson, and Brent-based young creator Sophie AJ to discuss whether we should be returning to the 'old normal', or not.LISTEN
Highlights from the Brent 2020 programme
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METROLAND STUDIO: RESIDENCIES FOR ARTISTS
Metroland Cultures to offer a new residency scheme for visual artists, including free studio space, at Metroland Studio in Kilburn.
Brent Biennial: Public Programme Revealed
Brent 2020 is partnering ArtReview on its Brent Biennial public programming. Brent 2020 reveals the Brent Biennial pubic programme, a series of special talks, workshops and performances, both online and in person. As well as partnering with ArtReview who will stage three public events, working with the artists who have produced new works for the borough’s network of public and community libraries.
AN UPDATE ON THE BRENT 2020 PROGRAMME
Brent 2020 is today unveiling its programme of events for the rest of its year as London Borough of Culture.
BRENT LOCKED IN: Episode 16
How have Brent’s legends been coping during the ongoing pandemic, and what might it mean for their work and practice?
Brent 2020 #BlackLivesMatter Statement
Brent 2020's statement on Black Lives Matter.