An old soul lives alone.
He likes it that way.
It’s quieter and safer.
One day, a surprise visitor plants a little seed of hope and turns this lonely life upside down.
Art historian Wendy Baron introduces the lives of some of Gilman’s female sitters and considers how they interacted with the artist as models.
An introduction to the Things from Home exhibition by Katrin Moye.
Do you paint for pleasure? Why not come and join us and use Highfields Park as inspiration to create a piece of art.
With Ruth Lewis-Jones, Learning Officer (Galleries)
A rehearsed, script-in-hand reading of Nigel McCrery’s first play for the stage. Going Home focuses on the fate of Jews in the Nazi Holocaust, and tells a survivor’s story when he returns to his village in 1945.
Join Debbie Bryan to see demonstrations of papercutting, printing, pencil transfer and gilding.
Big Birdwatch is the world’s biggest bird survey, providing us with a vital snapshot of the UK’s birds each winter.
This illustrated talk by the curator of the British Museum BP exhibition Scythians: warriors of ancient Siberia will look at how and why the British Museum came to do this exhibition.
Art historian Robert Upstone examines Gilman’s work within the context of the Camden Town Group phenomenon.
Eilertsen, one of the finest bass players on the jazz scene today, has a lyrical way of treating the bass, balancing solidity and experimental approaches while constantly searching for new sounds.
With New Perspectives