The university is commemorating the voyage of the ‘Mayflower’ in 1620 with a new exhibition. Amongst the […]
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Tags: art exhibition, exhibition, Lakeside Arts, Mayflower, Nottingham Lakeside Arts, pilgrims, Public exhibition, Weston Gallery, Weston Gallery Exhibition
University staff are invited to a private viewing of the latest exhibition at the Weston Gallery on Thursday 5 September, 5-7pm.
Tags: Army of Redressers, Lakeside Arts, Nottingham lace, Rise Choir, Textile trade, Weston Gallery
Ageing is a process that will affect us all. Throughout human history we have tried to slow down and even reverse the effects of ageing. Dr James Stark (Research Fellow, Leeds Humanities Research Institute) will explore how and why a wide range of anti-ageing technologies and products gained popularity in the 20th century, how our understanding of ageing and youth has changed and reflect on what it means to age.
Tags: beauty, cosmetics, culture, history, manuscripts and special collections, Nottingham Lakeside Arts, Weston Gallery, Weston Gallery Exhibition
Stories from the First World War are being revealed for the first time at a University […]
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Tags: All Quiet in the Weston Gallery: The First World War, Hayley Cotterill, manuscripts and special collections, Weston Gallery
An exhibition on Roman sexuality is now on at the University’s Weston Gallery until April.
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Tags: A History of the World in 100 Objects, British Museum, Clare Pickersgill, Dr Paul Roberts, manuscripts and special collections, Myths and Meanings, Roman Sexuality: Images, The Warren Cup, University of Nottingham Museum, Weston Gallery