This talk will interpret the silver and coinage from the hoards displayed in the exhibition, using them to argue that the Vikings transformed Britain.
Dr Sue Brunning of the British Museum will discuss the gold-trimmed sword hilt found in 2012, and explain what ownership of such an item might have meant in Viking Age England.
Lecturer: Mrs. Cat Jarman
This workshop with Rob Hart will explore some of the approaches to developing visual ideas through a practical investigation of painting and media techniques.
Nicholas Alfrey, co-curator of the exhibition, chairs a discussion with four of the participating artists: Simon Faithfull, Tim Knowles, Mariele Neudecker and Rebecca Partridge.
Invited speakers reflect on why landscape is still a compelling subject for contemporary art.
Join artist Alison Lloyd for a day of exploratory walking using OS maps of Nottingham.
Lake Enders is Lakeside’s theatre arts company for adults with learning difficulties and disabilities. There are invited public sharings at the end of each term.
A secluded island hotel just off the English coast becomes a crime scene, as a scandalinducing femme-fatale is felled. All the guests on the island are suspects, but are they alone and is this the first crime this idyllic island has witnessed?
Hilarious and surreal, McGough is a poet of many voices. His latest book It Never Rains is a collection of new verses with drawings by the author.
See the first three episodes of a brand new nine-part comedy series made for web-viewing by London-based 4Quarter Films, and meet the Producers – including University of Nottingham alumna Natasha Jatania - in a post-show conversation.