Saturday 2 March 2019
Doors open 6:30pm, Performance behins at 7:30pm. There will be no entry during performance.
Saturday 21st October, 6-9pm
Giles Bailey | Competition | Tim Croft | Mani Kambo | Kate Liston | Mathew Parkin | Nicola Singh | Cherry Styles | Karis Upton
Curated by Grace Denton
2 July 2016, 1-6pm
In the woods, Wysing Arts Centre
23 June - 24 July 2016
Friday - Sunday, 12 - 6pm
Service provided by Jonathan P. Watts and Ryan Gander
The Bear Pit
Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea
10 - 28 August 2015
Tuesday - Friday, 10am - 6pm
Saturday, 10am - 5pm
Lucky Dragons performance: 22 August, 6 - 8pm
Focal Point Gallery has invited artist-run spaces; Grand Union, OUTPOST and M-E-X-I-C-O to curate a programme for a period of three weeks each this Summer. For this purpose a Bear Pit installation has been built in the gallery, which simultaneously operates as both studio and exhibiting space. Visitors can observe the activity from a raised gantry which surrounds and creates a viewing point for an enclosed area below.
For the 10-28 August, OUTPOST has invited Lucky Dragons to respond to The Bear Pit for this 3-week period at Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea.
Gildengate House, Upper Green Lane,
25 January - 7 March 2015
Friday - Sunday, 11am - 5pm
Congratulations, you are the most recent visitor
Kettle's Yard, Cambridge
1 March - 14 April 2013,
gallery open Tuesday to Sunday,
11.30am - 5pm
Opening View: 28 February 7pm 2013
Jack Brindley | Lucy Conochie | Ian Giles | Joel Holmberg | James Iveson | Lucy Pawlak | Rob Lye | Joanne Masding | Gemma Melton | Tessa Payne | Robin Webb
11 - 26 May 201
Gregor Hylla and Yelena Popova, co-commission with Norfolk and Norwich Festival.
Ryan Gander's Night School 6
6 April 2011
Surrendering the OUTPOST
A talk by writer and editor
Jonathan P Watts
Selected and Curated by Lawrence Leaman and Alex Sainsbury
11 December 2010 - June 2011
Celebrating the Centenary year of the Contemporary Art Society, OUTPOST have been invited to work towards a project with Kaavous-Bhoyroo editions for a 6 month exhibition at Norwich Castle Museum and Gallery.
13 April - 17 September 2010
OUTPOST are invited to select a group of artists to contribute to the Contemporary Art Societies well respected Rotate programme.
Artists showing; Helene Appel / Neil Baker/ Steve Bishop/ Karen Cunningham / Robert Filby / Jacques Rogers
The exhibition will take place at the office of the Contemporary Art Society
OUTPOST has invited artist James Epps to present Hazard Warning series, a work concerned with the authority and space of the artwork within the gallery framework.
1 July - 21 August 2009
An offsite programme, which will house short residencies in Norwich for over 21 British and European artists.
Every Friday, 6 - 9pm an event will be held, the artist-in-residence will present a film, performance, talk or other form of work.
2 - 21 July & 2 - 21 August 2007
OUTPOST has invited 10 artist led organisations - five from the UK and five from Europe - to run temporary gallery spaces within the city's Anglia Square shopping centre. The invited organisations have different operating procedures, but each have been asked to present the work of a single artist from the orbit of their activity.
9 July - 19 August 2006
Off was an offsite OUTPOST exhibition of 30+ artists invited from the membership and the gallery's past programme. The 5,000 sq ft exhibition space was a disused electricity building in Norwich: the show was timed to run concurrently with EASTinternational 2006.
10 - 11 July 2005
The premise of OPOP is that it offers the chance for members to organise and exhibit their own work in venues around the city, as part of the gallery programme.
15 venues, over 30 artist members will be exhibiting their work.
OUTPOST Arts Programme
3 May - 29 May 2004
25 October - 20 November 2004
9 May - 4 June 2005
Future Radio is a community radio station for the North Earlham, Larkman and Marlpit (NELM) areas of Norwich that first began broadcasting in May 2004.
OUTPOST has participated with a weekly arts programme, hosted by members Phil Gardner and Dave Ramage.