Lakeside Arts Centre and the Djanogly Art Gallery

Lakeside Arts Centre and the Djanogly Art Gallery
Lakeside Arts Centre
University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire
NG7 2RD
England

Website

www.lakesidearts.org.uk

E-mail

aaxss2@nottingham.ac.uk

Telephone

Box office and enquiries

0115 846 7777

All information is drawn from or provided by the venues themselves and every effort is made to ensure it is correct. Please remember to double check opening hours with the venue concerned before making a special visit.
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Lakeside is the University of Nottingham’s unique public arts facility based in the family-friendly surroundings of Highfields Park.

Since adding the Civic Trust Award Winning D.H. Lawrence Pavilion to their existing portfolio of the Djanogly Art Gallery and Djanogly Recital Hall in autumn 2001, Lakeside has rapidly established itself as a hugely successful new multi-arts centre in the East Midlands attracting almost half a million visitors in our first 3 years.

Lakeside offers easy access to a year-round programme of high quality, diverse exhibitions, music, theatre, dance, comedy and literature performances, as well as the chance to participate in out-of-school workshop activities for children and young people. The buzzing programme is complemented by two attractive Cafés and beautiful parkland, making a visit to Lakeside an enjoyable event for the entire family.

The Djanolgy Art Gallery: Nationally renowned for its exhibition programme which ranges from major historical shows to groundbreaking contemporary installations. The Craft Cabinets just outside the gallery are the perfect solution to present buying dilemmas!

The Wallner Gallery: A perfect platform for the work of local and regional artists and also the venue for informal lunchtime talks, preview nights and special Lakeside events.

The Weston Gallery: A public showcase for The University of Nottingham’s prized and unique manuscripts collections.

Venue Type:

Gallery

Opening hours

Djanogly Art Gallery
Monday - Saturday 11:00am - 5:00pm
Sun/Bank Holidays 12:00pm - 4:00pm

Weston Gallery
Monday - Friday 11.00am - 4:00pm
Sat/Sun/Bank Holidays 12:00pm - 4:00pm

Wallner Gallery
Monday - Saturday 10:00am - 5:00pm (until 11:00pm on performance evenings)
Sun/Bank Holidays 12:00pm - 4:00pm

Admission charges

See website

Collection details

Archives, Decorative and Applied Art, Film and Media, Fine Art, Music, Performing Arts, Social History

Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.
Trent to Trenches

Trent to Trenches: All Quiet In The Weston Gallery

  • 9 May — 17 August 2014

An exhibition on the First World War using the University of Nottingham’s historic collections.
2014 sees the 100 year anniversary of the beginning of the First World War. This exhibition looks at the war through the eyes of the people who experienced it - from the soldier on the battlefield to the worker in the munitions factory, from the volunteer nurse to the wife and mother, and from the British ‘Tommy’ to the German ‘Fritz’.

Trent to Trenches- A county wide programme of commemorative activities across Nottingham City and County www.experiencenottinghamshire.com/trent-to-trenches

Suitable for

  • Family friendly
Events details are listed below. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all. For events that don't have a specific date see the 'Resources' tab above.
Family history

Trent to Trenches: Soldiers, Sailors and the Home Front

  • 20 May 2014 1-2pm

One of the abiding images of the First World War is of soldiers smoking in the trenches of the Western Front. The images could also be of soldiers in Gallipoli or Mesopotamia, or of sailors on watch. Soldiers and sailors received Christmas tins of tobacco from the state, and on the Home Front people sent tobacco, cigarettes and even cigars to their loved ones in the armed forces. Trent to Trenches - A county wide programme of commemorative activities across Nottingham City and County www.experiencenottinghamshire.com/trent-to-trenches

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children
  • 18+
Family history

Trent to Trenches: Why I Changed My Name and Did My Duty

  • 25 June 2014 1-2pm

Everybody has heard of the futile slaughter on the Somme, at Verdun, Paschendaele and Ypres, the trenches, 'shell shock' and the 1914 Christmas truce. Emeritus Professor Malcolm Jones looks at how the experience of individual soldiers could vary immensely, as illustrated by the stories of the three Vince brothers and their families. Trent to Trenches - A county wide programme of commemorative activities across Nottingham City and County www.experiencenottinghamshire.com/trent-to-trenches

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children
  • 18+
Poppy

Trent to Trenches: WW1 Talk by Professor Roger Woods

  • 24 July 2014 1-2pm

This talk given by Professor Roger Woods of the University of Nottingham’s German department will look at how German autobiographical accounts written in the Weimar years by nationalists, communists, pacifists, and deserters cut across this divide to reveal surprisingly similar mentalities. Trent to Trenches: A county wide programme of commemorative activities across Nottingham City and County www.experiencenottinghamshire.com/trent-to-trenches

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children
  • 18+
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