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'Detroit to Baghdad: Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here' Exhibition

Last weekend we opened the exhibition Detroit to Baghdad: Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here, in partnership with the Al-Mutanabbi Street Coalition.

On March 5, 2007 a car bomb destroyed part of Baghdad’s book selling district on… 189 more words

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From Pearls to Plastic: Spotlight on Jewellery from the NCMG Collection

Photography Credits: John Hartley

From Pearls to Plastic: Spotlight on Jewellery from the NCMG Collection

11 May – 7 July 2013

An Egyptian glass bead necklace, a Roman hair pin, an Anglo Saxon bronze brooch and a Medieval ring; cut steel buckles and buttons, a Viking period brooch-pin decorated with enamel and a Spanish pendant of gold and emeralds; a pair of earrings made from human hair, Italian cameos cut from shell, gold filigree earrings made in India and a modern brooch in vibrant colours made of acrylic. 104 more words

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Light and Line: Polly Binns and Anne Morrell

Image Credits: John Hartley

Light and Line: Polly Binns and Anne Morrell

11 May –  7 July 2013

Two leading figures in the field of art textiles show their work together for the first time, in an exhibition that explores the common threads uniting their practice, as well as their wider contribution to contemporary textile history. 109 more words

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Christina Mackie: The Judges III

Images Credits: John Hartley

Christina Mackie: The Judges III

9 March –27 April 2013

New work commissioned for the collection, as a result of the Castle winning the Contemporary Art Society’s Annual… 94 more words

Temporary Exhibitions

Erratics

Image Credits: John Hartely

Erratics
New work by Alex Pain, winner of the Nottingham Castle Annual Open 2011 Solo Show Prize.

29 September – 28 October 2012… 256 more words

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The Treasures Of Nemi

Image Credits: John Hartley

The Treasures Of Nemi

Finds fro the Sanctuary of Diana

20 July – 29 September 2013

The collection of excavated artefacts from the Temple of Diana at the Roman city of Nemi, 16 miles south east of Rome, forms one of the most important collections of antiquities held by Nottingham City Museums. 226 more words

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Lace Works & Spotlight on Phyllida Barlow

Lace Works

10 November 2012 – 3 February 2013

Bringing together highlights from the lace collections of Nottingham City Museums and Galleries and Nottingham Trent University, with work by contemporary artists and makers inspired by lace. 602 more words

Temporary Exhibitions