This popular annual event provides a showcase for the talents of students, staff and alumni of the university and an ideal opportunity to buy modestly priced works of art.
Now in its 6th year this hugely successful regional festival and celebration will be displaying the wide and varied work taking place throughout Nottinghamshire.
The 6th Nottinghamshire History and Archaeology Festival begins with short talks on local history and archaeology projects.
Curator Dr Gareth Brereton will talk about the recent BP exhibition I am Ashurbanipal: king of the world, king of Assyria.
This talk by Dr Charlotte May will focus on the Workhouse at Southwell, Nottinghamshire, whose founder was a close connection of the poet Lord Byron.
A fantastic opportunity to see a great night of performances from the Dance4 Centre for Advanced Training students.
A recent body of paintings exploring visions of the city through the disorientating lens of rain-washed windscreens.
Retell the story of Persephone and her banishment to the underworld, in a new and dark explanation of why England is permanently suffering from an incurable condition known as weather.
Discover more about Highfields Park including its wildlife, history and people.
Camouflage, capes and curtains – these are some of the textile creations young eople will be making.
In this illustrated talk, Dr Richard Gaunt, Associate Professor in the Department of History, considers the rough, boisterous sensibilities which caricaturists brought to their craft
Join artist and lecturer Rosemary Wels to learn about the processes behind her work, see her sketchbooks and talk about her visual ideas.