The venue for the art exhibition When The Future Was About Fracking is the Centrespace Gallery.
The address is:
DCA, 152 Nethergate,
Dundee DD1 4DY
The main entrance can be found by the cafe bar and to the right of the DCA Print Studio.
The Centrespace Gallery, at the Visual Research Centre, is part of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design (DJCAD), located in the lower level of the Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA).
Exhibitions at DJCAD is a distinctive platform in Scotland for challenging and innovative practices and critical discourse in contemporary art, design and visual culture. By positively advocating the pooling of knowledge from different disciplines, our programme implements a sustained and rigorous critical engagement. Through devoting our four gallery spaces, including the Centrespace Gallery, to original and imaginative methodologies, we support, produce and disseminate the best practices of national and international artists, designers, writers and creative thinkers.
The Visual Research Centre specifically is a unique facility dedicated to visual arts research from initial concepts to final exposition. Through an exciting portfolio of projects, the Visual Research Centre provides a platform for debate around cultural production and is a crucial DJCAD resource for revealing and disseminating research.
At the heart of the Visual Research Centre is the Centrespace Gallery, an experimental flexible studio/gallery where research outcomes can be given their first public airing. The Visual Research Centre also houses the Centre for Artists Books and Visual Publishing, a unique artists’ book collection and specialist printing production facility. The Rewind research project archive, which has conserved early British video art, can be viewed in the Rewind Microcinema. And it is also home to DJCAD’s PhD community.
Telephone: 01382 385330
General enquires and mailing list: firstname.lastname@example.org
directions to the venue
From Perth, Edinburgh, Glasgow and the South:
Follow the signs for Dundee Airport, keep to left hand lane towards city centre, and follow signs for Dundee Contemporary Arts Centre; keep to left hand lane, take left filter at traffic lights, turn left into the Nethergate where you will see the Dundee Contemporary Arts Centre.
From Aberdeen and the North:
From the A90, continue down Forfar Road towards Dundee City Centre, follow signs for Dundee Contemporary Arts Centre.
Regular flight arrivals and departures at Dundee Airport take in locations such as Aberdeen, Manchester and London. Contact Dundee Airport on 01382 643242 for details.
From Dundee Airport, follow Riverside Drive towards Dundee City Centre and continue as directed above.
Dundee Station has regular connections to Aberdeen and the North; Edinburgh, Glasgow and the South. The venue is only five minutes walk from the railway station or you can use a taxi for the short distance.
There is a car park at the back of the building with two designated disabled parking spaces. There is level access to the DCA lift from the car park. Please note that there is no parking on double yellow lines outside the front of the building on Nethergate.