There is so much for Young People to get involved in at NAE, from our YARD Theatre group to after school Art Clubs and Younique festival. For younger ones we have Sat Art Club every week.
Join digital artist and expert coder Antonio Roberts for three half-term workshops (26 - 28 Sept) creating digital music and visuals using live coding and algorithms.
Join us to celebrate the launch of two exhibitions Laced: In Search of What Connects Us, curated by Loren Hansi Gordon; and Cut & Mix, curated by Ian Sergeant. With spoken word performance by Samiir Saunders and DJ set by DJ Psykohmantus. Free drink on arrival. Limited numbers, booking essential.
Join a conversation between Nottingham-based artist Hana Fredericks, who addresses women and labour in her work, and Amanda Briggs-Goode, director of the NTU Lace Archive and whose academic study in lace and heritage will bring light to Nottingham's lace history.
A series of films that to draw us closer to understanding that there is a range of Black identities, expressions and experiences, beyond those that are at times reduced to stereotypes based on binary constructs of race, gender and sexuality.
Our much-loved annual Craft & Culture Fair returns, showcasing the work of crafters, designers and performers from across the local community, capturing the vibrancy our culturally rich city. Pick up a gift, try some delicious food in our café, and keep the family entertained with live music performances and our 'drop in' creative workshops.