This exhibition explores affinities with Romanticism in contemporary art practice, and the continuing fascination of the Landscape Sublime.
Once upon a time, fairy tales were not for children. From a bloodthirsty birth in a sinister European forest, to benign bedtime tales where “Children with their Milk
are fed with the Tales of Witches, Hobgoblins, Prophecies and Miracles” this exhibition traces the developm
Living with Adaptive Architecture brings together projects and artistic explorations from across the Midlands and the UK to reveal the directions in which the field is currently expanding.
To celebrate the arrival of series 3 of CBBC’s critically acclaimed football drama, Jamie Johnson, this unique exhibition invites you to put the places to the faces.
Artists are often inspired by expeditions, investigative walks, or even Grand Tours. In these workshops with artist Gina Mollett, participants will be venturing out into the landscape of Highfields Park and University Park Campus to collect ideas and make observations.
New perspectives is a walkabout tour of the exhibition led by a relay team of postgraduates at the University of Nottingham.
In this workshop you will spend a day with Nichola Hingley creating stencil screenprints inspired by our Scaling the Sublime exhibition.
Steffie Richards’ paintings are physical traces of heightened emotional states and moments of self-awareness that, for the artist, encapsulate something of the original sensation.
Calvin Winner, Head of Collections, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, UEA, explores the transformative, sensory and immersive quality of Begum’s gallery-based works as well as her public art projects.
Rana Begum’s meditative and transformative work blurs the boundaries between sculpture, painting and architecture
Every year the three Gallery Art Groups work intensively to create a summer exhibition in the Wallner Gallery. This showcase of the young artists’ work is always full of innovation and visual surprises.
The summation of a 3-year project, Claire Morris-Wright’s prints explore the powerful metaphorical associations of the hedge.