Justin Mortimer's canvases have been described as history painting for the present age, fragmented scenes hinting at political and social upheaval.
This exhibition focuses on Richard Hamilton's career as a printmaker.
Peter Cartwright paints large-scale abstract canvases and works on paper characterised by their energetic composition and sumptuous colour.
An exhibition featuring designs, puppets and elements of theatre sets selected from just a few of Little Angel Theatre's back catalogue of magical productions for children and families.
The University of Nottingham's School of Education presents the 2015 BA (Hons) Fine Art Degree Show.
Psychotic Ballet is a performance piece that is both humourous and endearing. Lannen draws on an ‘anti-balletic’ series of movements to expose her subjects’ awkwardness and vulnerability.
A nod to the mythical figures of the artist genius and the superhero...
The session will be built around movement, sound and contact improvisation. We'll take cues from the visual imagery of Paula Rego's Dog Women, the sci-fi figure of the Zombie and the sculptures of Messerschmidt (to name but a few), to develop a language through movement and sound
The annual showcase for the talents of students, staff and alumni of The University of Nottingham.
This spring, Gallery Art Group members have been responding to the In the Shadow of War exhibition, and also looking at the paintings of Emma Tooth and Geoff Diego Litherland for inspiration.
Lecture and preview for the Emily Allchurch exhibiton
Emily Allchurch uses photography to recreate old master paintings and prints, creating contemporary narratives.