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Shaparak Khorsandi: IT WAS THE 90s!
Comedy

Shaparak Khorsandi: IT WAS THE 90s!

Tuesday 30 November
Djanogly Theatre

This is a show about how we 90s kids are looking to young people to learn how to take care of ourselves.

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Troupe: Lotti V Closs
Exhibitions

Troupe: Lotti V Closs

Saturday 13 November - Sunday 09 January
Angear Visitor Centre

A showcase of sculpture by Manchester-based artist Lotti V Closs, with references ranging from classical architecture to science fiction props and from natural organisms to confectionery.

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University Philharmonia
Music

University Philharmonia

Saturday 27 November
Great Hall, Trent Building

​Celebrate with the University’s talented student instrumentalists and singers as they return to rehearsing and performing together in person.

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The Gingerbread man stood on a street surrounded by suitcases and baskets

THE GINGERBREAD MAN

Thursday 9 – Thursday 30 December
This Christmas, join the bravest biscuit of all time on his quest for survival!

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Making Beauty: Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva

Saturday 20 August - Sunday 30 October
Djanogly Gallery

First UK solo exhibition by Macedonian-born Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva.

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A Greek in Egypt: The Hunter from Naukratis

Friday 22 July - Sunday 16 October
University of Nottingham Museum

The Hunter from Naukratis is a spotlight exhibition developed by The British Museum.

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Uncovering the Invisible

Monday 25 July - Sunday 11 September
Wallner Gallery

Portraits of Latin-American people living in the UK by British-Mexican photographers Pablo and Roxana Allison.

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Francis Willughby (1635 - 1672)

Friday 19 August - Sunday 04 December
Weston Gallery

In the history of science, the 17th century was a period of exciting change. While England was enduring political and religious turmoil, reaching a climax in civil war

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WORKSHOP FOR ADULTS: Collagraphs

Sunday 28 August
Visual Arts Studio

Explore texture, tone and pattern with collographs. Create a variety of simple
plates.

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Give Voice to the Portraits

Wednesday 31 August
Wallner Gallery

Join us for a workshop on Wednesday 31 August 2-4pm at the Lakeside Wallner Gallery/ University Park Campus and receive a £5 voucher for the Pavilion Cafe.

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TALK: Testing the Intestines

Monday 12 September
Djanogly Gallery

Learn about some of the science that has informed Elpida’s most recent art
work.

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Thoresby Stories

Saturday 17 September - Tuesday 08 November
Wallner Gallery

A photographic exploration of the north Nottinghamshire estate of Thoresby at a time of change. 

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LECTURE: Material Culture

Thursday 22 September
Arts Lecture Theatre

Gill Hedley will discuss Elpida's work and her remarkable breadth of materials used to visceral effect.

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WORKSHOP FOR ADULTS: Wild Printing

Sunday 25 September
Visual Arts Studio

Participants will extract pigments from wild plants and use them for experimental screen printing. 

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WORKSHOP FOR ADULTS: Art into Words

Saturday 08 October
Visual Arts Studio

Writer Clare Harvey will help participants use Elpida’s tactile art to investigate how juxtaposition of the familia

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Gallery Talk - Fully Booked

Wednesday 19 October
Djanogly Gallery

Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva in conversation with Richard Davey, writer and visiting fellow at NTU School of Art and Design.



Sculpture of blob like art in beige against white background

BREAKING THE MOULD

Sculpture by Women Since 1945
Saturday 18 September – Sunday 9 January
In this Arts Council Collection Touring exhibition, find the first major survey of post-war British sculpture by women.