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.
Culture and Heritage of the romantic Age, c. 1780-1840.
Since completing her Master of Fine Arts at Goldsmiths, University of London in 2016, Laura McCafferty has developed an interdisciplinary approach to her work, combining drawing, textiles and performance to ‘subtly mess with what’s expected’.
A recent body of paintings exploring visions of the city through the disorientating lens of rain-washed windscreens.
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.
Derek Carruthers (Professor Emeritus, Nottingham Trent University) has been a practising artist for over 60 years.
Using photographs, marketing materials and business records from the University of Nottingham’s lace and hosiery archive collections, this exhibition explores surviving evidence of the textile trade which was once a major feature of the East Midlands.
Selected from an open submission of paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography and craft, this exhibition represents the quality and diversity of professional art practice in the region today.
Join the exhibition curator for a guided walk through of the exhibition and learn about the stories behind the items on display.
Use line, shape and texture to create collagraph plates on mount board. You could adapt your own sketches and drawings or go for a more abstract composition.