Author and award-winning TV producer, Jo Willett, will be joining an online event hosted by the Harley Gallery at Welbeck this summer. As author of the newly released The Pioneering Life of Mary Wortley Montagu, Jo will talk about the extraordinary Lady Mary and her friendship with Welbeck Abbey’s Lady Henrietta Cavendish Holles Harley.
In March you have the opportunity to listen to a Zoom lecture from Mark Hill, a well known Antiques Expert on the BBC Antiques Roadshow. Mark is a freelance antiques, collectables and 20thC design expert, as well as an experienced valuer, business consultant, researcher, writer and lecturer.
Around 50 artists so far have signed up to participate in Virtual Open Studios, where each artist will have a profile page on the OSNotts website. The virtual studio will include information about the artist and their practice, studio images, video tours, work demonstrations, and links to purchase their work. If restrictions allow, the artists will also physically open their studios to welcome visitors and this will be promoted nearer the time when there is more certainty about it.
Announcing the 2021 events programme – visual arts, music and dance for The HopBarn, a centre for creative performance in Upton (rural East Nottinghamshire). The Hop Barn's 2021 exhibitions celebrate the Countryside Higher Level Stewardship Scheme.
Join Karen Hearn for a magnified look at some of her favourite miniature portraits by Nicholas Hilliard and Isaac Oliver from The Portland Collection, when she will reveal the secrets and stories of these intimate miniature paintings from over 400 years ago.