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18NADFAS REVIEW / WINTER 2011www.nadfas.org.ukWHAT'S ONNAUGHTON GALLERY AT QUEEN'S BELFASTJerwood Makers OpenUntil 11 December 2011 Details: 028 9097 3580www.naughtongallery.orgNORWICH ARTS CENTREPeter Akehurst: Some MomentsIn Time 1965-1983Until 23 December 2011Details: 01603 660352www.norwichartscentre.co.ukNOTTINGHAMCONTEMPORARYKlaus Weber: If You Leave MeI'm Not ComingUntil 8 January 2012Details: 0115 948 9750www.nottinghamcontemporary.orgPALLANT HOUSECHICHESTEREdward BurraUntil 19 February 2012Details: 01243 774557www.pallant.org.ukQUEEN'S GALLERYPALACE OFHOLYROODHOUSEThe Northern Renaissance:Dürer to Holbein Until 15 January 2012Details: 020 7766 7300www.royalcollection.org.ukROYAL PAVILIONBRIGHTONDress For Excess: Fashion In Regency EnglandUntil 5 February 2012Details: 03000 290900www.brighton-hove-rpml.org.ukROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMYEDINBURGH MuseUntil 9 January 2012Details: 0131 225 6671 www.royalscottishacademy.orgSCOTTISH NATIONALGALLERY OF MODERN ARTEDINBURGHThe Scottish Colourist Series:FCB CadellUntil 18 March 2012Details: 0131 624 6200www.nationalgalleries.orgTOWNER, EASTBOURNEGibson/Martelli (Igloo) - VISITOR28 January - 1 April 2012 Details: 01323 415470www.townereastbourne.org.ukTULLIE HOUSE MUSEUM AND ART GALLERYCARLISLELittle Black Dress10 December 2011 - 26 February 2012Details: 01228 618718www.tulliehouse.co.ukTURNER CONTEMPORARYMARGATENothing In The World But YouthUntil 8 January 2012Details: 01843 233000www.turnercontemporary.orgTHE WALKER ART GALLERYLIVERPOOLThe Art Books of Henri MatisseUntil 15 April 2012Details: 0151 478 4199www.liverpoolmuseums.org.ukSOUTHAMPTON CITY ART GALLERYBoo Ritson: D is for DonutUntil 2 January 2012Details: 02380 833007www.southampton.gov.ukSUDLEY HOUSELIVERPOOL Costume Drama: Fashion From1790-1850Until 7 May 2012Details: 0151 724 3245www.liverpoolmuseums.org.ukTATE LIVERPOOLAlice In WonderlandUntil 29 January 2012Details: 0151 702 7400www.tate.org.uk/liverpoolTATE, ST IVESThe Indiscipline Of Painting:International Abstraction FromThe 1960s To NowUntil 3 January 2012Details: 01736 796226www.tate.org.ukThreadsof a storyProfessor of Textiles, LesleyMillar MBE, has broughttogether 20 leadinginternational artists for Lost inLace, which explores textilesand space at BirminghamMuseum & Art Gallery (BMAG)until 19 February 2012.Lesley Millar MBE said:"Lost in Lacein a uniqueopportunity to see exciting,international work that willmake you think about lace in atotally different way."I think the public will bemesmerised by the sheerscale of the works, both inambition and in outcome - forexample, Atelier Manferdini'sInverted Crystal Cathedraliscreated from 1,000kg ofcrystal, 600 strands of whichhave been donated bySwarovski - it will bebreathtaking."BMAG will also bedisplaying its own historic lacecollection for the very first timewith new research by UCAPhD student Gail Baxter.Visitors will be able to seedifferent types of lace and findout about its history.Gail said: "It is a greatprivilege to curate anexhibition which not onlycontextually repositions thelace collection of a majormuseum but also ties in withthe Crafts Council'sinternational exhibition curatedby Professor Millar.""Lost in Lacewill encouragepeople to think about thefabric of the spaces we live inthrough extraordinary textilepieces created by prolificinternational artists. Webelieve this will draw newaudiences to see the sort ofcontemporary craft that theymay have never seen before."????Full details of the exhibitioncan be found at:www.craftscouncil.org.ukAbove:Sir Henry Guildford,Hans Holbein the Younger, Queen's Gallery

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