VENUE: The Harley GalleryWelbeck
Exploring approaches to self-portraiture by British Artists since the 1990’s, encompassing film, photography and sculpture. Includes works by Tracey Emin, Gavin Turk and more. Free entry.
VENUE: Nottinghamshire Mining MuseumMansfield
Come and view the captivating drawings of life on the coal face
by former Nottinghamshire coal miner Brian Morley.
Men, Women and Things: A World of Worlds is a brand new display from the internationally renowned Portland Collection of fine and decorative art, on display at the Harley Gallery.
Heritage Open Days celebrate their 25th anniversary and become a ten-day festival celebrating local history, architecture and culture across England.
Every Thursday the Harley Pottery Studio runs a Paint a Pot workshop where you can be creative, meet like-minded people and have fun.
A programme of monthly talks and tours giving you opportunities to discover, learn and enjoy different aspects of The Harley Gallery's exhibits, exhibitions and collections.
Join us on any first Saturday of the month and personalise your own piece of pottery.
A series of nine new artworks by Melanie Tomlinson composed of hand-painted metals, mixed media and found objects.
'Sculptures' are brought to life as all three galleries are filled with automata: cogs, cams, cranks and levers! Free entry.
VENUE: Mansfield MuseumMansfield
Come to Mansfield Museum and get your treasured items valued. Free event.
VENUE: Bassetlaw MuseumRetford
A monthly social gathering for those with memory loss, their families, friends and carers. On the first Monday of the month.
A free monthly social event on a Wednesday afternoon for people with memory impairment, their friends and family.
VENUE: National Civil War CentreNewark
This thrilling dance performance tells the stories of passengers who sailed on the Mayflower to America 400 years ago next year.
VENUE: The WorkhouseSouthwell
Discover the history of The Workhouse’s collection and go behind the scenes with a member of our conservation team.
VENUE: Museum of TimekeepingUpton
The Museum of Timekeeping is partnering with Gallery 6 in Newark to bring The Big Draw to Upton Hall.
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