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  • Breathless Breastless Exhibition

    11th June 2014

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    Breathless Breastless Exhibition

    Posted 11th June 2014

    Our latest exhibition, running between the 13th of June and the 5th of July, is entitled Breathless Breastless. This unique art exhibition showcases powerful, compelling images and words of breast cancer journeys.

    Louise Stedman, founder of The Breathless Breastless Project had the vision for the exhibition, following her own breast cancer diagnosis in August 2012. Louise has been working with breast cancer survivors and with a team of talented artists including Maggie Kelly, winner of the BP Fine Art Award 2013, to create a range of works including ceramics, papier mache, photography, life drawing, video and paintings. These images capture the emotional and turbulent journeys of being told “You have breast cancer”.

    You are warmly invited to the opening evening which takes place on Thursday the 12th of June between 5.30pm and 7.30pm. There will be a second chance to view the exhibition at Aberdeen Arts Centre & Theatre on King Street where it will open on the 8th of September for one month.

  • June Newsletter 2014

    11th June 2014

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    June Newsletter 2014

    Posted 11th June 2014

    June Newsletter 2014

    Hello everybody,

    There have been a few glimmers of sunshine reflecting off the silver city recently so let’s hope that this means summer is finally on its way!

    If you are wandering down Belmont Street at any point, do pop in and say hello to us. Seventeen houses a what’s on and activity space, a digital fabrication studio called MAKE and the team from the Aberdeen International Youth Festival.

    At present, our window is filled with beautiful colourful t-shirts courtesy of the Aberdeen International Youth Festival’s ‘B on a T’ competition winners. The overall winning design, which will be worn by all participants, staff and volunteers at the Aberdeen International Youth Festival 2014, was created by 13 year old Summer Mapplebeck from Bucksburn Academy.

    Our latest exhibition, running between the 13th of June and the 5th of July, is entitled Breathless Breastless. This unique art exhibition showcases powerful, compelling images and words of breast cancer journeys.

    Louise Stedman, founder of The Breathless Breastless Project had the vision for the exhibition, following her own breast cancer diagnosis in August 2012. Louise has been working with breast cancer survivors and with a team of talented artists including Maggie Kelly, winner of the BP Fine Art Award 2013, to create a range of works including ceramics, papier mache, photography, life drawing, video and paintings. These images capture the emotional and turbulent journeys of being told “You have breast cancer”.

    You are warmly invited to the opening evening which takes place on Thursday the 12th of June between 5.30pm and 7.30pm. There will be a second chance to view the exhibition at Aberdeen Arts Centre & Theatre on King Street where it will open on the 8th of September for one month.

    We will be hosting a series of creative writing workshops here at Seventeen as part of the Write Aberdeen competition 2014.  Alan Spence will be hosting a session about writing from personal experience, Helen Lynch will be running a Prose Workshop and Wayne Price will be engaging participants in a Poetry Workshop. Each of the workshops have been filling up fast, so we are looking forward to running further popular sessions in the future.

    We are delighted to be welcoming back the team from Pushing Out the Boat, North-East Scotland’s Magazine of New Writing and Visual Arts, to Seventeen. They are hosting their Annual General Meeting with us where they will be reflecting upon a very successful year. Copies of the latest issue are available to read in Seventeen. They can also be purchased from nearby retailers.

    If you would like to keep up to date with goings on at Seventeen please like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter using the following links:

    https://www.facebook.com/SeventeenAberdeen

    https://twitter.com/Seventeen_AB

    Many thanks!

  • Seventeen November Newsletter

    07th November 2013

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    Seventeen November Newsletter

    Posted 07th November 2013

    NEWS FOR NOVEMBER!!

    We have an exciting programme for November packed with exhibitions, performances, sound and experiences!

    To start the month we have the exhibition ‘Conflicts, Creativity and Communication’ by ACES (Aberdeen Centre for Environmental Sustainability).  This exhibition includes impressive suspended sculptures, abstract chess and mammoths. There is also a Concert by Richard Craig and short story by Jo Falla.

    Later in the month we have an exhibition following on form the ‘Humming Booth’ by Suk-Jun Kim that was in Seventeen over the summer.  If you provided a Hum, you must come to see the end result!

    There is also an exhibition by ACES (Access to Creative Education in Scotland) that brings a collection of works by secondary school pupils involved in the programme.

    Mid-November there is an information session on Aberdeen Visual Artists and Craft Makers Awards 2013/14.

    At the end of November we have an amazing opportunity to host an introduction session for MAKLAB.  MAKLAB is Scotland’s only open access digital fabrication studio including 3D printing studio where you can make ‘almost’ anything!!

    We look forward to seeing you all in November.


    Exciting New Exhibitions and Events for your diary in November:


    EVENTS
    Thu 7 November, 6 – 8pm, ACES – Official Opening
    Sat 9 November, 1.30pm, ACES – Performance by Richard Craig
    Sat 16 November, 10 – 1pm, Information Session - Visual Artists and Craft Makers Awards
    Sat 30 November, 10 – 5pm,  MAKlab Taster Session
     
    EXHIBITIONS
    1 – 9 November ACES – Conflicts, Creativity and Communication
    14 – 30 November Suk-Jun Kim – Aberdeen Humming
    14 – 30 November Access to Creative Education in Scotland

    Exhibition – ‘Conflicts, Creativity and Communication’ by ACES (Aberdeen Centre for Environmental Sustainability) Artists and scientists exploring the complexities of natural resource conflict.     Friday 1st – Saturday 9th November

    Official Opening: Thursday 7th November, 6 - 8pm
    Performance date:  Saturday 9th November, 1.30pm - Concert by Richard Craig, a short story by Jo Falla and a performance by Alan McKendrick.

    This exhibition includes film, sculpture, drawing, writing, music and images from the project.
    This project is funded by Creative Scotland's Creative Futures programme and supported by the University of Aberdeen and The James Hutton Institute.
    Thanks to all at Seventeen, Belmont Street.

    Exhibition – Aberdeen Humming by Suk-Jun Kim.      Thursday 14th – Saturday 30th November

    Aberdeen Humming, a public sound installation by Suk-Jun Kim, brings out the sense of place and of community through humming.  As a community project, it concerns collective memory through songs and uses humming as a mode of revealing such memories.  The artist and his team have collected a few hundreds of hums from people in Aberdeen for the last several months through Humming Booth, which was exhibition at Seventeen during the summer, 2013, and by interviewing people individually. The collected hums were used to ‘compose’ the final humming piece without any sound manipulation, except some fade-ins and outs as well as amplitude changes, which is then played back through eight speakers at a low volume.  Aberdeen Humming invites you to come and listen to these hums. You might be able to recognise a few hums, and if you do, why don’t you hum along?  Some of the hums were also gathered by Music and Communities students at the University of Aberdeen (Rebecca, Ben, Fiona, Laura, Tamara, Christine, and Yasmin)  Website: http://hummingproject.org

    Exhibition – ACES (Access to Creative Education in Scotland).      Thursday 14th – Saturday 30th November

    Access to Creative Education Scotland (ACES), a national initiative funded by the Scottish Funding Council and delivered locally by RGU, aims to encourage and support pupils who are often underrepresented in art, design and architecture towards studying the subjects at university.  Working with tutors from the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment and Gray’s School of Art over the course of a year, 16 pupils from Torry, Northfield, St Machar, Kincorth, Hazlehead, Aberdeen Grammar, Harlaw and Oldmachar schools had the opportunity to engage in subject-focused work and experience a taste of university life.  The pilot programme, which was co-ordinated by the university’s Study Skills and Access Unit and developed in partnership with Aberdeen City Council, has been delivered through a mixture of on-campus events, such as practical workshops, campus tours, portfolio surgeries and lecture and seminar tasters, as well as online learning activities. It has also given the young people involved an insight into future career choices.
    This exhibition documents the pupils’ experience and displays their work in art and design in sculpture, digital, photographic, and textile formats.

    Event – Information Session for Aberdeen Visual Artists and Craft Makers Awards 2013/14.     Saturday 16th November, 10am – 1pm

    Full information on the awards can be found at: http://www.aberdeencity.gov.uk/vibrantaberdeen  Awards of up to £1500 are available to support artists and makers residing in Aberdeen city. There will be a drop in information advice session for potential applicants to discuss their proposal and seek clarification on criteria and selection process. The Drop In will be on Saturday 16th November, 10am -1pm at Seventeen.

    Event – MAKLAB Taster Session.      Saturday 30th November, 10am – 5pm.

    MAKLAB is Scotland’s only open access digital fabrication studio including 3D printing studio where you can make ‘almost’ anything!!
    The taster will include information on MAKLab, the planned Aberdeen pilot, demonstrations of the digital fabrication equipment and technology as well as the opportunity to have a go making something. No booking required, just pop along when you can, this is a FREE drop in session for ONE DAY ONLY!

     

    Seventeen, 15 – 17 Belmont Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1JR.  (01224) 644885  Seventeen@aberdeencity.gov.uk  OPEN: Tue – Sat, 10am – 5pm

    Information on submitting an exhibition proposal or how to put an event on in Seventeen is available on our website at www.aberdeen2017.com

  • Seventeen October Newsletter

    10th October 2013

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    Seventeen October Newsletter

    Posted 10th October 2013

    ON IN OCTOBER!!
    Last month we welcomed Emma Ewan for her Exhibition Saccharine Sunday, we enjoyed The Scottish Reed Trio for National Chamber Music Day and had an excellent time at the OXJAM Music Event.
    In October we have art, poetry and theatre.  We welcome three new exhibitions, a Liz Lochhead poetry workshop, a promenade theatre performance from Quids in Theatre Company and we extend our support to a new play ‘Inferno’ by Thomas Bywater opening at the Tivoli.
    We hope you can join us for our October programme!
    Exciting new Exhibitions and Events for your diary in October:
    EVENTS

    4th October, 10am – 3.30pm Rachel Grant – Performance Drawing
    26th October, 11am – 1pm Poetry Workshop with Liz Lochhead
    27, 28, 29 October, 7.30pm Suffer the Witch, theatre production
    EXHIBITIONS
    1 – 19 October - Rachel Grant – MARKED
    1 – 23 October - Alan Paterson - AN INVITATION TO GATHER
    22 – 26 October - One World Event - HOLDING OUR WORLD TOGETHER    
     

    Exhibition – Rachel Grant – MARKED - 1st – 19th October  An exhibition of Rachel’s ‘performance process drawing’ produced through the Graduate in Resident for Fine Art at Gray’s, School of Art.  ‘MARKED’ Exhibition - How might the act of drawing, as a primitive and fundamental act of communication evoke not subject matter but time, space, and experience? How might it give a sense of ones place in the world? The Buddhist term 'The Mind Of Don't Know' is used as a concept to allow a focus on the process of making itself without attachment to physical outcomes. Grant negotiates under the subject of drawing between live performances, works on paper, installation and drawing objects.  Exhibition includes a performance (Friday 4th October) and also provides an opportunity for professional development for current students at Gray’s to invigilate and support the exhibition.    
    Exhibition – Alan Paterson – AN INVITATION TO GATHER - 1st – 23rd October  The nature of the exhibited works [similar to the pathways of plants whose underground stems reach out in many ways and develop into new life] captivates the divergent nature of the interconnectedness within passages of the works. This flows through rhythmic echoes of the artist and his felt sense of place and space, intuitively listening to the inner life force. The interdependency of emerging material sustains the creative flow state as a receptive space within oneself for exploration and wonderment which can be personally and collectively transforming.         
    Exhibition - Holding Our World Together - An exhibition to mark One World Week - 22nd - 26th October  
    Exhibition to celebrate the themes of One World Week and exploring what is needed to build a fairer, more peaceful and sustainable world.  There will be two linked elements in the exhibition:
    - a frieze created by linking the outlines of hands drawin by hundreds of individual school children which will be the outcome of an art project involving children from many local schools; and  
    - a live art demonstration by local artist Tracey Swift on the themes of One World.                                                                                                                                                       
    Event – Workshop with Liz Lochhead – Saturday 26th October, 11am – 1pm
    A workshop covering the technical aspects of writing poetry, from choosing words and form to editing and re-editing! Suitable for beginners and experienced poets alike, this is a not to be missed opportunity to learn from one of Scotland's greatest poets.  The workshop is free but booking is essential:  http://lizlochhead.eventbrite.com  This workshop is supported by Seventeen and the Scottish Book Trust.  
    Event – Suffer the Witch – Sun 27th, Mon 28th, Tues 29th October, 7.30pm
    Quids in Theatre Company and the Tolbooth Museum present a promenade theatre production about the 1597 witch panic in Aberdeen.  Join us as we tell the story of the 1597 Aberdeen witch panic with this unique promenade theatre production. Meeting at 17 Belmont Street we will take you on a storytelling journey through Aberdeen's very own macabre history of witch trials, featuring dramatic performance and informative history by Aberdeen's only professional theatre company, before finishing the show at the Castlegate. This is a free show (donations will be accepted) although booking is recommended.                                                                                                                                                                                                                          
    Event – INFERNO  – TIVOLI THEATRE – Fri 25th – Sun 27th October, 7.30pm
    The Tivoli Theatre opens its doors Halloween weekend 2013 for the first play in almost fifty years.  The gripping tale of a mad scientist with a theatrical flair is sure to find your funny-bone.  Over the past month the ‘INFERNO’ cast have been using the space at Seventeen to help rehearse and develop the new play ‘INFERNO’ by running weekly workshops with the cast on the plays of August Strindberg.    Tickets are available from the Aberdeen Box Office - http://www.aberdeenperformingarts.com/events/inferno

  • Event - OXJAM Aberdeen Takeover

    18th September 2013

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    Event - OXJAM Aberdeen Takeover

    Posted 18th September 2013

    Launch Acoustic Showcase
    Thursday 19th September 5 – 7pm

    Free entry, donations for Oxjam welcome

    This event is the launch party for Aberdeen's version of the Oxjam Takeover, a city wide mini-festival and the UK's biggest charity music festival, taking place on the 20th October.

    To kick start the excitement surrounding the festival, Steven Winton from Fridge Magnets is headlining the showcase with a solo, acoustic set. The power-rock trio, Hellhouse will also be performing rare acoustic versions of their songs on the night. Velvet Audio will finish the evening with a handful of their energetic tunes.

    Exclusive band interviews will also be screened on at the event.
    Information desk for Oxjam and how to become a festival volunteer and plenty more surprises in store for Aberdeen, not to be missed!

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Supporting artists and creativity in Aberdeen

Ours is a historic city with many faces: its is the primary city of scenic North East Scotland, an ancient city of learning, a maritime focus for northern trade, a UK economic powerhouse, and now one of the world’s leading energy capitals.

It is a city that has much to be proud of.

But against this backdrop, it is clear that Aberdeen does not have a cultural profile to match its setting, its history, or its economic prowess.  It remains a city that is still too often perceived as distant and remote from the rest of the UK.  A city that lacks, many would argue with some justification, a recognised contemporary cultural identity.

That is why building our cultural programme is so important.  Our aim is to work with artists and organisations to transform our communities and our city, to develop our cultural identity, to improve community cohesion and to help secure our long term economic future.

We want a renewed engagement with culture to be the catalyst that helps us to close the gap between rich and poor in this city.  We desperately need to boost participation in culture activity – and our aim is to transform the city from having one of the lowest participation rates in Scotland to become a beacon for culture.

We want culture to be the magnet that helps us to retain and attract people to work and live here.  It should be the anchor that will help us to keep global businesses in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire; not only to sustain our long term economic future, but to help boost the UK economy too.

We want culture to be the driving force that help us to regenerate our deprived communities, develop our creative industries, and fundamentally change people’s perceptions of Aberdeen.  By improving facilities, opportunities for local production and cultural communications, we believe we can transform the cultural confidence of the city and its people.

Aberdeen is a prosperous city, but for too long we have failed to secure significant business investment in the city’s cultural infrastructure.  We're committed to developing our cultural offering from the ground up, with support of artists, organisations and the public in Aberdeen.

A future, where Aberdeen is a culturally vibrant city.  A city that not only illuminates the North, but which takes advantage of its international connections to bring local, Scottish and UK culture to new audiences worldwide.

17 is the Hub for Aberdeen's Cultural Community

Located at 17 Belmont Street, Seventeen aims to be

  1. a central space for artists and arts organisations to exhibit, showcase and create new work
  2. an information point for people to find out what’s happening in the city
  3. a space for artists and arts organisations to undertake projects or deliver classes
  4. a meeting space and a office space for artists and organisations

 

Use Seventeen

We are currently looking for expressions of interest in exhibiting, showcasing or creating new work within the city’s creative hub, ‘Seventeen’.

To express your interest in using the space we have provided a simple proposal form which you can download from the links below.

To be sent a printed copy email Seventeen@aberdeencity.gov.uk or call 01224 644885.

Seventeen Proposal Form

Proposal Guidelines 2013_14

 

Seventeen Opening Hours

Monday - Closed
Tuesday 10am-5pm
Wednesday 1.30pm-5pm
Thursday 10am-5pm
Friday 10am-5pm
Saturday 10am-4pm

 

Contact Seventeen

Email: Seventeen@aberdeencity.gov.uk

Telephone: (01224) 644885

Cultural Planning Officer - Elspeth Winram
ewinram@aberdeencity.gov.uk

Marketing and Communication Officer - David Officer
davofficer@aberdeencity.gov.uk

We’re looking for volunteers for Seventeen.

Volunteering at Seventeen is under review. If you require further information please contact Elspeth Winram Cultural Planning Officer ewinram@aberdeencity.gov.uk. PH:01224 644885.

Suggest an event for Seventeen

Do you have an event or an idea that you’ve been trying to get off the ground?

Maybe we at Seventeen can help you make that happen.

Send us a note outlining your idea and we'll try to help, either by sending you guidelines and a proposal form for putting on an event at Seventeen, or by putting you in touch with someone who can help.

Email Seventeen@aberdeencity.gov.uk

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- Do something to prevent travellers ruining the city.
- Hurry up and build the bypass.

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Unfortunatly this was always going to doomed from the start. Now that this bid has been officially rejected will ACC be publishing a detailed financial account of how much and what on the public money has been spent?

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Aberdeen has been a regional capital for hundreds of years, and has such a rich and varied history of people, politics and industry. It would be lovely to have a museum where we can celebrate this - knowing where you've come from is important for being confident about who you are, and where you're going!

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A good skate/cycle path/park with a decent smooth surface

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Use the skills and talents that are plenty in the area to create a vibrant but lasting cultural landscape.

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Bring more people (professionals) on board to support the artists!

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Regenerate Broadfork Works at Maberly Street:
Affordable living space
Restaurants, bars, studios, art centers

(Comparable to distillery district in Toronto but more down-to-earth: Great Tourist magnet and event location)

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The City needs a space for the future. To meet the needs of the ageing population there should be a central point where people can go. The space should accommodate all weathers and provide year round events. Loneliness and isolation are going to be big problems in the future.

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UTG "the trainnie park" near railway boundary have some old railway carriages adapted to house tearoom, toilets,, and small venue space/education space where groups, school, artists, musicians etc can use space.
for exhibitions, projects etc .adapt for disabled access, also provides a prescence in
Park for public safety. Having a" restored "steam engine would make the carriage utility even more impressive

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Have competition to design innovative park sculpture for UTG , sculpture design brief to ensure that sculpture can also be used as Tai Chi type exercise stations. and use by children encouraging outdoor exercise, use of park,etc

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Celebration of Aberdeen's multicultural citizens. A festival showcase of tradition and culture representing all the nationalities of Aberdeen,s population
English,Chinese, Eastern European,African etc etc.The participants to be Aberdonians be they permanent or just here for a few years. Worldwide yet local

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Give the people of Aberdeen something to shout about!! Lets have some celebration, more festivals, more gala's, more fun. Aberdeen lacks fun!

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the roads need to be sorted out. we've been waiting for years to have the bottlenecks fixed, and we're still waiting. build another bridge, underpass, whatever you need to do because driving in aberdeen in the rush hours is worse than having dental surgery.

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Hold outdoor film screenings in Duthie Park or UTG during summer.

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Brighten up the quadrangle of Marischal College. Lovely granite but grey grey grey.
Floral tubs and hanging baskets would add a splash of colour cost effectively. I visualise red flowers hanging from baskets to walls and some shrubbery,flowers tubs on paving.
It would make photographs stand out a bit more and encourage wedding parties,visitors,locals to spend a bit more time in the quadrangle,
Easily removed if and when necessary.for any specific function/event

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Please make the opening hours of the hub easier to find on the website ! Even after clicking at "info" you can't easily find them!
Fancy design - terrible to navigate.

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