uni of leicester, celebrating 100 years of change
images and text cut from newspapers and stuck onto a board

See Me As Me

See Me As Me is an exhibition by 12 creatives based in Leicestershire, aiming to challenge expectations and share honest perspectives as LGBTQ+ artists and young people engaging with social justice. During this launch event the participants will offer brand new performance pieces, the premier of a co-created film and a chance to explore their multi-media installation.
Where We Are is a new project by the British Museum, partnering with arts and charity organisations around the country to explore co-production with young people. Attenborough Arts Center partnered with local music education charity Pedestrian to support the development of this exhibition.

Funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

Exhibition Launch

Join us on Saturday 4 December, 6pm – 8pm, for the launch of this new gallery exhibition.

During this launch event the participants will offer brand new performance pieces, the premier of a co-created film and a chance to explore their multi-media installation.

Programme

–          6pm Food and drink reception

–          6:30 performance programme followed by film premier

Up to 30 spaces will be available to watch the live performance in Gallery 2, with a further 30 spaces available to watch the live stream in Salmon Gallery. The performances will also be streamed online.

Content note: partial nudity in film/performance.