University of Nottingham Museum

Tue - Sat 11am - 5pm
Sun 12 noon - 4pm

University of Nottingham Museum will be a temporary home for some unique objects. Made by Lena Peters and unearthed in the woods of Northumberland National Park, just above Hadrian’s Wall. They tell a fascinating new story about archeology and our history.

Lena Peters is a ceramicist whose works play with folkloric narratives. Her interest in folklore, mythology, history and nature results in work that dances between the real and the unreal, creating illustrative objects which work to embody her storytelling.

Alongside this exhibition, Lena will deliver a talk about these special and engaging objects. Book tickets here.