Sheffield Art Preview: July

The Art of Zhen Shan Ren – Bank Streets Arts – 2nd-17th July

The Art of Zhen Shan Ren (Truth Compassion Tolerance) International Exhibition has toured more than 40 countries and 200 cities world wide since 2004. Artists featured in the exhibition all practice Falun Gong (also known as Falun Dafa), a spiritual self-cultivation practice of mind and body.

http://bankstreetarts.com/exhibitions/the-art-of-zhen-shan-ren/

Linda Miatt-Wassell: Carnival Disturbia – KIAC – 5th-19th July

Roll up roll up and see the show. See clowns cry while pigs fly as the doors are opened to an exhibition of paintings and 3D works that are the fantastic result of Linda Miatt-Wassell’s powerfully surreal imagination.

http://www.kiac-sheffield.org/carnival-disturbia.html

 Heroes – S1 Artspace – 6th-11th July

A collective of six Sheffield-based artists who share a passion for popular culture have come together to explore the question – ‘What makes a hero?’ – for a new exhibition. The Heroes exhibition, where the ordinary becomes the extraordinary,

 http://www.worldofsuperheroes.com/artists-and-writers/heroes-ordinary-becomes-extraordinary-exhibition-press-release-and-poster/

Sleepwalk City – Millennium Gallery – 20th-21st July

Loosely inspired by Ezra Pound’s ‘In a Station of the Metro’ and the Imagist manifesto, Sleepwalk City will present a unique and immersive audio-visual experience in the Millennium Gallery exploring submersion, noise, and the collapse of everything. Open throughout the Saturday and Sunday of the Tramlines weekend, this unique multi-speaker and digital projection installation will feature original music based on sections of 65daysofstatic’s forthcoming sixth album.

http://www.museums-sheffield.org.uk/blog/2013/6/tramlines-at-the-millennium-gallery

For full listings of exhibitions taking place in the city visit http://artsheffield.org/assets/listings/