In light of the recent government announcement that England will go back into lockdown due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the ONCA Gallery and ONCA Barge remain closed to the public until further notice. Our exhibitions are available to view online and in our Gallery window from outside.

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March 2021

Artists in Conversation: Adapting Practices During Covid

6 March
2:00 pm
3:30 pm
Free

Hili Greenfeld and invited speakers explore how they have adapted their artistic practices to some of the challenges Covid presents. Join Hili Greenfeld and invited speakers for this event exploring how as visual artists, with a variety of practices and based in different locations, they have adapted their work to the challenges the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic presents. This event accompanies Hili’s online exhibition ‘MaGifa’ that was made during the first lockdown of 2020 in place of being able to travel…

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O N C A Bedroom Hootenanny #1: Black Belt Eagle Scout

13 March
8:00 pm
9:00 pm
Donation

Somewhere between a slumber party, a punk show, a conversation and a mixtape, this Bedroom Hootenanny is not your average Zoom show. Join community artist and curator Nadia Buyse as she invites some of her favourite musicians from around the world for some songs, stories, laughs, and comradery. Nadia's first Bedroom Hootenanny guest is radical indigenous queer feminist musician Black Belt Eagle Scout aka Katherine Paul. Ticket donations will be shared between and Potlatch Fund - a Native-led nonprofit organisation…

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Write Your Own Story with Ollie O’Neill: LGBTQIA+ poetry workshop

23 March
6:00 pm
8:00 pm
Donation

Join award-winning poet Ollie O'Neill for a writing workshop for LGBTQIA+ participants We are delighted to welcome award-winning poet Ollie O'Neill to to host 'Tell Your Own Story' - a writing workshop for LGBTQIA+ participants aged 18+ . Ollie will bring a range of poems by herself and other authors and we will explore ways into writing autobiographical poetry. Expect a supportive atmosphere, gentle prompts and an opportunity (no pressure) to share your work with the group and online afterwards.…

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