This exhibition uses the materials held by the University of Nottingham's Manuscripts and Special Collections to explore the history of extreme weather events in Nottinghamshire and the surrounding areas.
A new body of work on paper initiated during the artist's residency on Cape Cornwall in 2015.
Liberation of Colour explores the art of Winifred Nicholson (1893-1981) renowned for the faux naïve charm and scintillating colours of her flower still lives.
All of our lectures and talks are free but please book in advance by calling the Box Office on 0115 846 7777.
A new body of photographic works inspired by thickets and hedgerows, and familiar sightings of hawthorn.
Explore the medieval world through the colours used and encountered in everyday life. Illuminating the medieval world in a rich spectrum, this unique temporary exhibition paints the vibrant twin worlds of secular and religious life.
Participants will learn how to make original collagraph prints that are colourful and textured.
This exhibition explores the rise of the British Empire in India between 1740 and 1840.
In this talk Dr Erica Wald, of Goldsmiths, University of London, explores the professional and daily lives of the European rank-and-file in India during the nineteenth century.
In this 2 day course participants will be working under the expert guidance of Kit Anderson to create a small ceramic vase and tile, inspired by the bouquets of flowers in the Liberating Colour exhibition by Winifred Nicholson.
Writer Clare Harvey will help participants use Winifred Nicholson's paintings to inspire new writing.
A silkscreen day course