Play & Learn: In Gallery, @ Home & Outside!
Our Early Years relaxed sensory sessions Let’s Play! went down a treat. We were full to the brim with little ones, from babes in arms, to bum shufflers, and fast movers.
Don't worry they'll be back soon, together with our October half term workshops, drawing on queer fabulosity explored in our new exhibition by Ridykeulous
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If you are visiting our exhibitions, then don't miss out on our Family Explorer Bags, available in reception with family activities to do in the galleries during your visit. We also have our Sensory Bags to use around the building to support during your visit.
Take a look at our other activities below, or all our past ones are here, there are lots to do to keep you busy.
You could also take a look at our Virtual Reality tour of past exhibitions and related activites.
Be sure to share your ‘In Gallery, @ Home & Outside’ experience on our social media, at #NCmaking so we can see what amazing ways you have tried our activities.
We'd love to hear what you think. Who knows, you could join our team of kid creatives!
- Our family activities are held in our large ground floor room, called The Space.
- There is a designated sensory area in these workshops.
- Adult and child noise reducing headphones are available on request.
- We have a Changing Places facility.
- We are a Breastfeeding Welcome venue.
- All our Play & Learn Facilitators hold a current DBS certificate.
- All our Play & Learn Facilitators have regular safeguarding training.
- We have staff on duty who are First Aid at Work, and Paediatric First Aid, trained.
- We are a member of the Family Arts Campaign and part of the local Nottingham Network group with our cultural friends.
- Our current exhibitions are Eva Koťátková: How many giraffes are in the air we breathe? , Kresiah Mukwazhi: Kirawa and Abbas Zahedi: Holding a Heart in Artifice .
Entry to our exhibitions and our family activities are free.
Our Gallery Assistants are on hand to support a happy and safe environment. Please help by listening to their guidance and let them know if you need any assistance or guidance during your visit.
We ask for you not to take food and drink inside the exhibitions, however you are more than welcome to have your snacks and drinks if attending our Family Activities in The Space.