This exhibition explores affinities with Romanticism in contemporary art practice, and the continuing fascination of the Landscape Sublime.
Using Cie Akselere’s Sleeping Beauty as a starting point, this intensive session will introduce theatre professionals to the potential of object theatre, led by renowned international puppeteer Colette Garrigan.
Inspired by Chagall’s drawing titled Grandfather’s House, and a tall clock built by her own Grandfather, this is Colette Garrigan’s gentle and magical interpretation of childhood visits to her own grandfather’s house with a nod to the circus along the way.
Invited speakers reflect on why landscape is still a compelling subject for contemporary art.
Join artist Alison Lloyd for a day of exploratory walking using OS maps of Nottingham.
Lake Enders is Lakeside’s theatre arts company for adults with learning difficulties and disabilities. There are invited public sharings at the end of each term.
Make your own beautiful Roman mosaic. Suitable for all.
The Development of Syrian Archaeology: This lecture charts the history of archaeological research in Syria.
Design and make your own Ancient Greek mask to take home. Suitable for all.
The Golder-Thompson Gift is an outstanding collection of contemporary photography recently presented to the University.
Join poet John Hegley on a humorous journey through his living library of poems, songs, stories and animal drawings.
How do you make a brilliant joke? Do you love to make others laugh? Then this workshop is for you.