This workshop will focus on the original pen and ink illustration sheets for the plates in Felix Oswald's Index of Figures Types on Terra Sigillata.
Carol Adlam is an award-winning author and illustrator specializing in graphic novels and reportage illustration.
Meet a Roman family who are preparing for the midwinter feast of Saturnalia.
The Portable Antiquities Scheme (PAS) is a DCMS-funded project to encourage the voluntary recording of archaeological objects found by members of the public in England and Wales.
Learn about Medieval Sherwood Forest, its administration and the Forest law.
In this workshop Carol will use a selection of everyday artefacts from the collections at The University of Nottingham Museum to inspire you to create your own set of imagined reportage (documentary) drawing.
Come and discover the history of the city beneath your feet!
During February Half Term, the music will be offering free activities for children and families. Drop in any time during opening hours for hands-on creative fun. All activities must be supervised by an adult.
A demonstration of Minstrel instruments and musical skills.
Few decorative crafts can claim to be more ancient than stone carving, with the earliest carved objects dating well into prehistory.
With medieval tile researcher Karen Slade, Company of Artisans.