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Triangle Arts Trust

Triangle Arts Trust organises a unique international network programme for visiting artists, exchange and residency initiatives. Our funding supports core costs for the international residency programme, artistic and education programme at Gasworks Gallery.

Funding awards

  • 2012-2013: £285,729
  • 2013-2014: £291,444
  • 2014-2015: £297,272

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Wasanii Workshop: Art in the Forest 2008

Kuona Trust, Nairobi, Kenya.

Video by Max Mason, 2008

Gasworks Talk and Panel Discussion with Lagos-Based Artist and Curator Jude Anogwih, Part 5

Jude Anogwih, artist and curator based in Lagos, Nigeria, presents his perspective on contemporary visual art practice in Lagos, introducing a series of projects and artists working in one of the most exciting and dynamic cities in Africa. Anogwih’s presentation will include an introduction to CCA Lagos, where he works as curator, and Video Art Network, Lagos, of which he is a founding member and coordinator.

The presentation is followed by a discussion on the opportunities and challenges of working across different art scenes. Chaired by Alessio Antoniolli, Director of Gasworks and Triangle Network the panel includes: Jude Anogwih, Kerryn Greenberg, Assistant Curator Tate Modern and Albert Potrony, London-based artist who has recently completed a residency at CCA Lagos.

Jude Anogwih is participating in a curatorial residency exchange initiated by Tate Modern in collaboration with Gasworks and supported by the World Collections Programme. This exchange forms part of the Level 2 exhibitions programme at Tate Modern and will result in a collaborative exhibition curated by Jude Anogwih and Kerryn Greenberg at CCA Lagos and Tate Modern later this year.

Gasworks Talk and Panel Discussion with Lagos-Based Artist and Curator Jude Anogwih, Part 4

Jude Anogwih, artist and curator based in Lagos, Nigeria, presents his perspective on contemporary visual art practice in Lagos, introducing a series of projects and artists working in one of the most exciting and dynamic cities in Africa. Anogwih’s presentation will include an introduction to CCA Lagos, where he works as curator, and Video Art Network, Lagos, of which he is a founding member and coordinator.

The presentation is followed by a discussion on the opportunities and challenges of working across different art scenes. Chaired by Alessio Antoniolli, Director of Gasworks and Triangle Network the panel includes: Jude Anogwih, Kerryn Greenberg, Assistant Curator Tate Modern and Albert Potrony, London-based artist who has recently completed a residency at CCA Lagos.

Jude Anogwih is participating in a curatorial residency exchange initiated by Tate Modern in collaboration with Gasworks and supported by the World Collections Programme. This exchange forms part of the Level 2 exhibitions programme at Tate Modern and will result in a collaborative exhibition curated by Jude Anogwih and Kerryn Greenberg at CCA Lagos and Tate Modern later this year.

Gasworks Talk and Panel Discussion with Lagos-Based Artist and Curator Jude Anogwih, Part 3

Jude Anogwih, artist and curator based in Lagos, Nigeria, presents his perspective on contemporary visual art practice in Lagos, introducing a series of projects and artists working in one of the most exciting and dynamic cities in Africa. Anogwih’s presentation will include an introduction to CCA Lagos, where he works as curator, and Video Art Network, Lagos, of which he is a founding member and coordinator.

The presentation is followed by a discussion on the opportunities and challenges of working across different art scenes. Chaired by Alessio Antoniolli, Director of Gasworks and Triangle Network the panel includes: Jude Anogwih, Kerryn Greenberg, Assistant Curator Tate Modern and Albert Potrony, London-based artist who has recently completed a residency at CCA Lagos.

Jude Anogwih is participating in a curatorial residency exchange initiated by Tate Modern in collaboration with Gasworks and supported by the World Collections Programme. This exchange forms part of the Level 2 exhibitions programme at Tate Modern and will result in a collaborative exhibition curated by Jude Anogwih and Kerryn Greenberg at CCA Lagos and Tate Modern later this year.

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Talk and Panel Discussion with Lagos-Based Artist and Curator Jude Anogwih, Part 2

Jude Anogwih, artist and curator based in Lagos, Nigeria, presents his perspective on contemporary visual art practice in Lagos, introducing a series of projects and artists working in one of the most exciting and dynamic cities in Africa. Anogwih’s presentation will include an introduction to CCA Lagos, where he works as curator, and Video Art Network, Lagos, of which he is a founding member and coordinator.

The presentation is followed by a discussion on the opportunities and challenges of working across different art scenes. Chaired by Alessio Antoniolli, Director of Gasworks and Triangle Network the panel includes: Jude Anogwih, Kerryn Greenberg, Assistant Curator Tate Modern and Albert Potrony, London-based artist who has recently completed a residency at CCA Lagos.

Jude Anogwih is participating in a curatorial residency exchange initiated by Tate Modern in collaboration with Gasworks and supported by the World Collections Programme. This exchange forms part of the Level 2 exhibitions programme at Tate Modern and will result in a collaborative exhibition curated by Jude Anogwih and Kerryn Greenberg at CCA Lagos and Tate Modern later this year.

Gasworks Talk and Panel Discussion with Lagos-Based Artist and Curator Jude Anogwih, Part 1

Jude Anogwih, artist and curator based in Lagos, Nigeria, presents his perspective on contemporary visual art practice in Lagos, introducing a series of projects and artists working in one of the most exciting and dynamic cities in Africa. Anogwih’s presentation will include an introduction to CCA Lagos, where he works as curator, and Video Art Network, Lagos, of which he is a founding member and coordinator.

The presentation is followed by a discussion on the opportunities and challenges of working across different art scenes. Chaired by Alessio Antoniolli, Director of Gasworks and Triangle Network the panel includes: Jude Anogwih, Kerryn Greenberg, Assistant Curator Tate Modern and Albert Potrony, London-based artist who has recently completed a residency at CCA Lagos.

Jude Anogwih is participating in a curatorial residency exchange initiated by Tate Modern in collaboration with Gasworks and supported by the World Collections Programme. This exchange forms part of the Level 2 exhibitions programme at Tate Modern and will result in a collaborative exhibition curated by Jude Anogwih and Kerryn Greenberg at CCA Lagos and Tate Modern later this year.

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