Posts Tagged: Jacques Nimki

Seen/Unseen

Free, suggested donation £2 No need to book, meet in Ikon foyer Join artist Jacques Nimki for a 15 minute introductory tour of Seen/Unseen, a permanent installation throughout Ikon Gallery of more than 300 barely visible silhouettes of plant drawings.

Seen/Unseen Tours

Free, suggested donation £2 No need to book, meet in Ikon foyer Join artist Jacques Nimki for a 15 minute introductory tour of Seen/Unseen, a permanent installation throughout Ikon Gallery of more than 300 barely visible silhouettes of plant drawings.

Seen/Unseen Tour

Free, suggested donations £2 Join artist Jacques Nimki for a 15 minute introductory tour of Seen/Unseen, a permanent installation throughout Ikon Gallery of more than 300 barely visible silhouettes of plant drawings.  

Black Country Boating Festival

Bumblehole Conservation Group Visitor Centre, Windmill End, Netherton, Dudley DY2 9HU Free, suggested donation £2 Black Country Voyages tours to Netherton. Join us at this event for an informal afternoon of workshops, canal side entertainment and boat trips Black Country Voyages Black Country Voyages (2014–2017) is an art programme for local young people, aged 16–21 years old, involving members of… Read more »

Seen/Unseen Tour

Free, suggested donations £2 Join artist Jacques Nimki for a 15 minute introductory tour of Seen/Unseen, a permanent installation throughout Ikon Gallery of more than 300 barely visible silhouettes of plant drawings.  

Bumblehole Family Fun Day

Bumblehole Conservation Group Visitor Centre, Windmill End, Netherton, Dudley, DY2 9HU Join Ikon Youth Programme at Bumblehole Family Fun Day for creative workshops including botanical drawing. Black Country Voyages Black Country Voyages (2014–2017) is an art programme for local young people, aged 16–21 years old, involving members of the Ikon Youth Programme (IYP). It takes place on board a canal boat,… Read more »

Seen/Unseen Tour

Free, suggested donation £2 Join artist Jacques Nimki for a 15 minute introductory tour of Seen/Unseen, a permanent installation throughout Ikon Gallery of more than 300 barely visible silhouettes of plant drawings.  

Florilegium

Jacques Nimki’s practice involves the use of wild plants to communicate ideas about environmental and cultural issues. He adapts archaic processes more commonly associated with the Victorian era of exploration and collection, analysing urban plant life, like a botanist, but in a deliberately unscientific way. For this exhibition, Nimki created Florilegium, an indoor meadow of… Read more »

Wonderful Weeds – Looking into Thinking

In May 2007, a group of pupils from St. Barnabas Primary School in Erdington visited Ikon’s Eastside space as it was being prepared for an exhibition of work by Jacques Nimki. Over the following month, Jacques worked with an assistant, Jo Spencer to facilitate a series of creative sessions at the school. During these sessions,… Read more »

Room for Thought

Funded by Creative Partnerships and the Paul Hamlyn Foundation as part of Ikon’s Inside Offsite programme, this project involved collaboration between artist Jacques Nimki and a group of pupils from Mayfield Special School, Birmingham. Jacques is interested in wild flowers – their ability to attract and encourage wildlife and their culinary and medicinal uses. In… Read more »

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