With New Perspectives
Join the Sylva exhibition curator for a guided walk through of the exhibition and learn about the stories behind the items on display.
Woodland history is an important tool in nature conservation. The leading forest ecologist and historian Dr George Peterken will discuss how historical maps and records were used to construct the Ancient Woodland Inventory.
With Neil Walker, Head of Visual Arts Programming
The world’s most famous heritage forest, legendary stomping ground of Robin Hood, a magnet for tourists since Victorian times - Sherwood Forest is special.
In this walk led by Steve Clarke, Highfields Park Ranger, you can explore the rich history and the wonder of the variety of trees in Highfields Park.
The University of Nottingham curatorial collective – Crop Up Gallery – explores ideas of artistic legitimacy in the age of the internet.
Mark Rawlinson, curator of Homage to the Bauhaus, considers the ways in which the teachings and ideas of the Bauhaus school travelled and influenced succeeding generations throughout the last century.
In the centenary year of the founding of the influential Bauhaus art school in Weimar, Homage to the Bauhaus considers the impact of the school’s teachings and aesthetic ideas on artists and photographers in the twentieth century.
Poulsen’s drawings are striking abstractions realised in layers of pencil, wax and gouache.
Introduction and guided tour of 'Is this Art?' by Crop Up Gallery members.
With Mark Rawlinson, Associate Professor, History of Art