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The East Midlands gallery is next stop for touring show of artworks and artefacts mixing technology and myth. Mark Sheerin takes a look.
The Turner Prize-winning artist selects two complementary items from his curatorial show at Nottingham Contemporary.
From a Bank Holiday party in Cambridge to the inspiring Museums at Night and the opening of the £27 million Mary Rose Museum, here are our history highlights this month.
Growing up in an at-times hostile West London, Charlie Phillips began portraying the Caribbean community of the 1950s and 1960s. His photos are hidden stories of life.
Representing a collaborative effort between curators in Belper, Buxton and Derby, a new exhibition features some inspiring examples from Derbyshire's creative history.
Following the major exhibition of the influential photographer's work in Leicester earlier this year, 150 August Sanders-inspired photos come courtesy of students and the public.
Wideyed revisit mill observers with Therblig at New Art Exchange as part of Format photography festival
Observing a tissue mill in Northumberland, a pair of artists have used photography and film to reimagine some of the first techniques used to observe the inner workings of factories a century ago.
An East Midlands show for the Italian artist who made his name with arte povera and then gave it all up for more than a decade.
Following the discovery of Richard III's body, an exhibition looking at the evidence and methods behind the search - including a recreation of his skull - is proving popular.
As the University of Leicester confirms the discovery of the body of Richard III, one of the experts involved in the project explains more about the king's violent death at the Battle of Bosworth.
Having matched DNA from the skeleton with descendents of Richard III, experts say they have proved "beyond reasonable doubt" that the skeleton is that of the King.
From Brighton to Newcastle, this month sees extinction, a Squeeze/Hug Machine, steampunk and reconstructed heads in a packed scientific line-up.
Organisers at the National Glass Centre are hoping to draw thousands more visitors to Sunderland with a £2.25 million series of improvements.
A showcase of hundreds of images in Mansfield illustrates why the judges of a long-running photography competition faced some tricky decisions this year.
Costumed drama will be at its most atmospheric in the 19th century Workhouse at Southwell in Nottinghamshire, where actors are waiting to tell stories within former schoolrooms, bedrooms, dormitories ......