Browse online versions of previous Weston Gallery exhibitions or explore particular themes or subject areas.
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To extend access to our exhibition programme we have created online versions of some previous Weston Gallery exhibitions.
These condensed adaptations consist of a series of pages based on the display boards plus a selection of the exhibits.
Exploring medicine, health care and healing before 1700
Celebrating 100 years since Prof Robert Peers was appointed the first professor of adult education.
Stories of alcohol and abstinence in the East Midlands
The ways in which DH Lawrence's writing was amended and censored.
Religious dissent and tolerance in Nottinghamshire and beyond
In 2020 we celebrated 200 years since her birth
Archival remnants of the textile trade
Life during the reign of George IV (1820-1830)
Culture and Heritage of the Romantic Age, c. 1780-1840
'To Slowly Trace The Forest's Shady Scene'
Votes, suffrage and reform
The grim tale of children's stories
Bringing Vikings Back to the East Midlands
From the literary collections at the University of Nottingham
Rule and resistance in colonial India 1740-1840
Making and breaking records in Nottinghamshire
A Natural Historian and his Collections
Grand Tourists and Others: Travelling Abroad Before the 20th Century
80 Years of Making Up the Modern Woman
A history of The University of Nottingham
Wellington's Campaigns and Waterloo
Taking Theatre to Communities across the East Midlands
Nottingham's Magnificent Mathematician
The First World War
Ancestral Stories from the Archives
Celebrating 500 Years of Nottingham High School in its Community
Battle of the biographers
A History of Maternity in the East Midlands
The Glorious Revolution and its Aftermath
Medieval Wollaton Manuscripts
The Grand Old Man in Nottinghamshire
Farming in an open field village
Soviet War Posters 1943-1945
Collections at the University of Nottingham
Sometimes it takes courage to survive
A literary legacy
Views of community life in 16th/17th century Nottinghamshire
From ducal estate to urban residence
Turn the pages of The Wollaton Antiphonal
Our ‘focus on’ exhibitions provide an introduction to particular themes or subject areas.
Exercise through the centuries
Ballads, literature, and the historical context
The slave trade over the centuries
Displays of themed material in libraries and other sites around our campuses.
Colin Wilson Conference, July 2016
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