Join Mark Curwood, a fantastic storyteller, who needs your help to unravel a remarkable adventure story.
Create your own small model of a mammoth from the Ice Age. Take a look at the piece of mammoth tooth on display in our Museum and imagine meeting the entire animal.
Wind your way along the ferocious footpath, deep into the whispering woods… Do you dare to enter the witch’s lair?
Using materials from the recycling bin, create art to spread the word about protecting our precious planet.
Learn to carve into bars of soap – so much easier than the stone the Romans would have used! You’ll be taking ideas from the Roman carved figures found at Margidunum in nearby Bingham, on display in the Museum.
This programme of talks and workshops led by dancers, musicians, neurologists, researchers and stroke survivors explores what impact the act of storytelling through dance and song may have on our ability to live an independent life after stroke.
Learn about local medieval tile production with the Nottingham University Museum medieval tile collection.
Using carved wooden pattern blocks to recreate the methods used to make medieval tiles over 600 years ago, your tile will be carefully finished, fired and returned for you to treasure.
Explore music through creative movement and drama. We will sing, play instruments and make rhythmic connections in this fun session.
Looking closely at the work of Harold Gilman, especially his attention to colour, place and detail, the evening class with Rachel Grigor will focus on st
With artist Rob Hart, observe Harold Gilman’s startling use of colour to describe everyday scenes and domestic interiors.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all? Be part of our fairy tale inspired craft workshop – even if you’re feeling sleepy, bashful or grumpy…