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.
Foresters and felons, poets and poachers, discover the unusual tales of Nottinghamshire’s woodlands and the people who have worked, lived and been inspired by them.
The University of Nottingham curatorial collective – Crop Up Gallery – explores ideas of artistic legitimacy in the age of the internet.
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.
How has Sherwood Forest been represented and understood over the last 400 years?
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.
This annual sell-out event celebrates the wealth of youth dance and creativity in the county and provides talented young people from across Nottinghamshire the opportunity to showcase their work.
The award winning choreographic programme, Xzibit Young Creatives is back with a collection of dance work choreographed and performed by young people aged 11 – 19 from across the East Midlands
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.
With Neil Walker, Head of Visual Arts Programming
Meet Manuscripts and Special Collections Conservator Robert Pearce and enjoy a demonstration of how he carries out paper repairs.