Creative Saturday afternoons at Djanogly Gallery for EVERYONE! Whatever your age or ability come along to AIM as an Art Investigator to visit the exhibitions and enjoy arts and crafts activities.
The Hunter from Naukratis is a spotlight exhibition developed by The British Museum.
Portraits of Latin-American people living in the UK by British-Mexican photographers Pablo and Roxana Allison.
These works are displayed at locations across the 4 main campuses at Nottingham in academic schools, halls of residence and principle administration buildings.
In the history of science, the 17th century was a period of exciting change. While England was enduring political and religious turmoil, reaching a climax in civil war
Making Beauty is a new body of work made in collaboration with academics in medical departments of the universities of Nottingham, East Anglia and London,
Learn new skills that include animation, ceramics and printmaking; investigating what goes on under our skin and how the human body is represented through history.
Explore texture, tone and pattern with collographs. Create a variety of simple
Join us for a workshop on Wednesday 31 August 2-4pm at the Lakeside Wallner Gallery/ University Park Campus and receive a £5 voucher for the Pavilion Cafe.
Creative Saturday afternoons at the Djanogly Gallery for everyone!
This lecture is a curator’s introduction to the British Museum’s exhibition and
tells the story of two lost Egyptian cities and their recent rediscovery by underwater archaeologists beneath the Mediterranean seabed.
The Museum is getting hands-on with history for Heritage Open Day and we will be bringing some of our Mediterranean objects out of storage.