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What's on: From 01/01/2022

Cultures of Cloth in the Medieval East Midlands Loading...

Cultures of Cloth in the Medieval East Midlands

Thursday 16 September - Sunday 20 February
University of Nottingham Museum

Textiles were the most important manufactured product in the medieval world and this exhibition looks at the archaeology of medieval cloth production and consumption.

Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women since 1945 Loading...

Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women since 1945

Saturday 18 September - Sunday 09 January
Djanogly Gallery

As the first major survey of post-war British sculpture by women, this exhibition spans more than seventy years and explores the work of fifty sculptors.

Beyond the Mayflower Loading...

Beyond the Mayflower

Thursday 23 September - Sunday 16 January
Weston Gallery

Beyond the Mayflower explores how we can understand the individuals aboard the Mayflower ship by tracing the history of religious dissent, power and faith in Nottinghamshire from the seventeenth century.

Troupe: Lotti V Closs Loading...

Troupe: Lotti V Closs

Saturday 13 November - Sunday 09 January
Angear Visitor Centre

A showcase of sculpture by Manchester-based artist Lotti V Closs, with references ranging from classical architecture to science fiction props and from natural organisms to confectionery.

Religion, Politics, and Exile in Early Modern England and Beyond Loading...

Religion, Politics, and Exile in Early Modern England and Beyond

Thursday 06 January
Djanogly Theatre

Dr David Gehring of the University of Nottingham will provide a setting for understanding religious exile during the early modern period.

Charles Fox: Under the Shadows Loading...

Charles Fox: Under the Shadows

Saturday 15 January - Sunday 20 February
Wallner Gallery

Under the Shadows looks at contemporary Cambodia and those who live there.

Lecture: The Eye as Witness Loading...

Lecture: The Eye as Witness

Friday 21 January
Arts Lecture Theatre

An introduction to The Eye as Witness exhibition.

Freddy Griffiths: Truth must be understood as something more than correctness Loading...

Freddy Griffiths: Truth must be understood as something more than correctness

Saturday 22 January - Sunday 06 March
Angear Visitor Centre

The exhibition draws upon Griffiths' archive as source material to explore historical incidents and contemporary political ideologies.

The Eye as Witness: Recording the Holocaust Loading...

The Eye as Witness: Recording the Holocaust

Saturday 22 January - Sunday 13 March
Djanogly Gallery

The Eye as Witness is an immersive multimedia experience examining Holocaust photography, designed to make us question the motives behind the recording of historical events.

Fragments of Sudan Loading...

Fragments of Sudan

Saturday 22 January - Sunday 13 March
Djanogly Gallery

Working for the UN's Peacekeeping Operations, Nerris Markogiannis’ photography focusses on those affected by civil war in Sudan who have been forced to flee into UN refugee camps in the country.  

Stephen Hough Loading...

Stephen Hough

Saturday 22 January
Djanogly Recital Hall

Join Stephen Hough for an evening of classical music.

Embroidery and its context in the British Isles and Ireland during the Early Medieval period Loading...

Embroidery and its context in the British Isles and Ireland during the Early Medieval period

Tuesday 25 January
Djanogly Theatre

Welcome to the exciting world of early medieval embroidery!



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