Find theatre, classical & chamber music, world, folk & jazz gigs, live comedy, dance performances, children's shows, free talks and workshops, as well as our visual art exhibitions and museum programme below.
Creative Saturday afternoons at Djanogly Gallery.
Ancient methods of making baskets involve making a hoop and ribs from stout twigs and weaving them to form a shell or shield-shaped basket.
If you are aged 8 to 16 years and enjoy History and Archaeology, join our Young Archaeologists Club.
Create stencilled monoprints of abstract forms and overlapping colour in this workshop inspired by the Homage to the Bauhaus exhibition.
Imagine being an architect! Have a look at the Bauhaus exhibition and then design a stylish home.
Find out about Bauhaus principles of design in the Homage to the Bauhaus exhibition and then make your own Bauhaus-inspired model home for contemporary Nottingham.
Taking ideas from Laura McCafferty’s vibrant exhibition in the Angear Visitor Centre, work with the artist to rip apart and sew together colourful textiles.
Led by Melissa Montague, this workshop is a great introduction to working with copper.
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.