Our new exhibition Emil Nolde: Colour is Life presents a vibrant survey of paintings, drawings, etchings, and woodcuts from a gifted expressionist. With subjects ranging from atmospheric landscapes to Berlin café scenes, and a career that spanned a period of social and political turmoil, Emil Nolde’s life (1867-1956) and work create an opportunity for engagement, debate and dialogue. Designed to support the exhibition, this education programme combines informal and in-depth strands, providing extended projects for communities, access and young people, while delivering considered activities for children, families, schools and adults. All activities are intended to inspire, involve, and facilitate broad learning with this distinctive artist.
All our supporting talks, tours, workshops and more are detailed below.
You can book tickets for the exhibition here.