Events for 16 February, 2020
PRESS HEAR 3i is an interactive installation that explores ideas of society, culture and our modern
world in relation to our future. Produced in conjunction with pupils at six Nottingham/shire schools,
the artwork is interactive sounds, visual and sculptural.
Flight takes place in a 40 foot shipping container in absolute darkness, using binaural 360 degree sound and sensory effects to put each audience member at the centre of intense evolving narratives. Flight explores the Many-Worlds Interpretation of quantum mechanics, taking audience members through two worlds, two realities and two possible outcomes to their journey. There are many worlds in which this plane lands safely. We are not responsible for your final destination.Find out more »
Build inventive marble machines with science, technology and everyday materials. In collaboration with Bright Box Makerspace. Use recycled and everyday materials to design and construct amazing ball runs. In this hands-on workshop led by Kisha Bradley from Bright Box Makerspace you and your child will turn cardboard tubes, pipes and wooden tracks into creative contraptions.Make your marble […]Find out more »
Learn how to be an animator in this hands-on creative workshop with artist, sculptor and animator Karl Wilby.
Karl Wilby’s ZoMotion Zoetropes are light-based animated sculptures. Sequences of individual 3D models rotate and are illuminated to create live 3D animations; a moving sculpture in front of your eyes.
Make music from plants, using circuits and sensors. Explore Wollaton Hall’s secret specimen collection. Be wowed by full-sized human body collages from Keith Bloody Mary and Dr Lisa Chakrabarti, exploring ageing and exercise.Find out more »
What does sound look like? How does it feel? Join artist Gina Mollett in the Camellia House for this playful and imaginative art workshop exploring experimental and creative ways to capture sound through line, colour, shape and texture.Find out more »
Explore plants, circuits and music. Try out plants that play music when you touch them and make your own. Join technologist Callum Mulligan in the Great Hall for this fun family friendly drop in.Find out more »
Create amazing Augmented Reality sculptures with artists and designers Studio Above&Below. Using the landscape of Hockley as a starting point, children will hunt for found objects to use in the creation of digital sculptures. Through storytelling, experimentation and mind-mapping, the sculptures will be transformed into Augmented Reality and placed around Broadway and Broad Street as […]Find out more »
In this free, drop in activity, experiment with using conductive materials, inks and paint to create interactive artworks that light up, make music and respond to touch.
Help us create an interactive mural with conductive paint and create your own interactive drawings, paintings or cards to take home.