The Weston Gallery is part of Nottingham Lakeside Arts, and was purpose-built in 2001 for library and archives displays.
It provides the public showcase for the University’s prized and unique manuscript and rare book collections. It also hosts visiting exhibitions of national and regional historical interest.
It offers a wonderful opportunity to show material that would otherwise be seen only by dedicated students, historians and researchers.
At least three exhibitions are mounted each year. The items on display represent only a taster of the Section’s rich and varied holdings.
Threads of Empire: Rule and resistance in colonial India c1740-1840
Historic Collections Online
Medieval Survivors: Laxton exhibition
Windows on War: Soviet War Posters
Widening Horizons: the University's Changing Campuses
W.E. Gladstone: The Grand Old Man in Nottinghamshire
Kings Meadow CampusLenton Lane
Nottingham, NG7 2NR
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