Phoenix’s art and digital culture programme presents exhibitions by artists from across the world, for free.
As technology becomes a bigger part of our everyday lives, digital culture offers new ways of looking at the world, helping us make sense of things and challenging us to think differently. It can also be playful and fun, encouraging us to stop watching and start taking part – giving us all the chance to be artists.
Over the past three years we’ve worked with a range of internationally significant artists, including Benedict Drew, Sebastian Buerkner, Layla Curtis and MSHR.
Our programme for children and young people includes exhibitions, installations and workshops – culminating in Spark Festival, which transforms Phoenix into a digital playground for a week in May each year.
Taking place in the Cube gallery, across the public spaces at Phoenix and beyond, our art programme is supported by Arts Council England through the National portfolio and Catalyst schemes, and De Montfort University.