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Thank you to everyone who joined us on Friday for an early morning viewing of Lydia Ourahmane’s exhibition, The you in us, with an introduction to the work by Eliel Jones, Curatorial Assistant: Commissions at Chisenhale Gallery. Thank you also to those who attended the Stop Play Record workshop on Saturday led by the London School of Sound on recording sound on location. Images are from the event by Sam Nightingale.  

Forthcoming exhibition events include a tour of Ourahmane’s exhibition led by Caoimhín Mac Giolla Léith on Saturday 24 February, 2pm and an introduction to the show by Ellen Greig, Curator: Commissions at Chisenhale Gallery, followed by a listening event with artist Hiba Ismail on Thursday 1 March, 7pm. All events are free to attend but booking is strongly advised. Please visit the Exhibition Events page for further details.   

This is the last week to apply for the full time position of Curatorial Assistant: Commissions at Chisenhale Gallery. This role is part of the gallery’s renowned Curatorial Trainee Programme, which provides outstanding training, structured mentoring and professional development for emerging curators. The Curatorial Assistant: Commissions role is designed to provide hands on training in curating, programme planning and research, commissioning and producing projects, liaising directly with artists, installation and de-installation of exhibitions, communications, fundraising, event management and a comprehensive overview of gallery operations. To find out more and to download an Application Pack, please click here.  

Chisenhale Gallery would like to congratulate current programme participant Lydia Ourahmane for her participation in the New Museum Triennial, Songs for Sabotage, opening tonight at the New Museum for Cotemporary Art, New York. Ourahamne's exhibition, The you in uscontinues at Chisenhale Gallery until 25 March, every Wednesday–Sunday, 12-6pm.  

Chisenhale Gallery programme alumni with recent and forthcoming openings include: Clare Woods at Simon Lee Gallery, Hong Kong; Park McArthur and forthcoming 2018 programme participant Ghislaine Leung at Essex Street, New York; Lubaina Himid at Hollybush Gardens, London, opening on Friday; Lucy Skaer at Salzburger Kunstverein, Austria, also opening on Friday; and Toby Ziegler, with Richard Russell, who together present Everything is Recorded, a site specific installation on two floors of the abandoned savoy cinema in Dalston, East London, opening on Wednesday.

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