Creative Saturday afternoons at Djanogly Gallery. Whatever your age or ability come along to AIM as an Art Investigator to enjoy the exhibitions and take part in related arts and crafts activities led by University of Nottingham students.
With gouge, chisel and mallet in hand you’ll learn the art of traditional relief wood carving with local maker Martin Sommerville (By Our Hands), and at the end of the day take away your own tactile piece of artwork.
Come along and create mini beast hotels and build your own bird box to help encourage the wildlife into Highfields Park. Wear old clothes as it can get messy.
Using the intaglio drypoint technique to create shape, line and form structurally, you will draw your image onto acetate, then ink and print using a press.
Take part in an exciting journey of discovery on this science-themed morning! Part of the British Science Week, running between 8-17 March.
Join Tanya Bentham from Threads in Time and learn the techniques of medieval embroidery using authentic naturally dyed threads.
Taking inspiration from the Homage to Bauhaus exhibition, this workshop offers participants the chance to be playful with photograms and explore the styles of experimental photography pioneered by Schad, Moholy-Nagy and Schwitters.
Creative Saturday afternoons at Djanogly Gallery.
Missing Strictly? Swing into spring in style and learn to Lindy Hop at Lakeside this Easter in our exciting, energetic dance workshop.
Using a variety of papercraft techniques, willow weaving and marbling, join artist Elaine Winters to create Easter decorations for your home.
Join artist Sian Watson-Taylor to create 3D sculptures that are inspired by the shapes, lines and colours in the Bauhaus exhibition.
The Easter Bunny has hidden clues around the park – crack the password to win a small prize.