Just take a look at the picture captions for details of each event.
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1. Talk on Tudor princess
History writer Nicola Tallis is giving a Zoom talk on Sunday, November 22 at 11am for the Friends of Sheffield Manor Lodge. She is reassessing the reputation of Lady Frances Brandon, mother of the ill-fated Lady Jane Grey. The niece of Henry VIII, Lady Frances took part in momentous events of Tudor history. To book, email David Templeman at [email protected] Cost is £6 for non-members.
Photo: JPI Media
2. Kedisha's art explores history of empire
The latest billboard commission outside Bloc Projects, Sheffield is by Kedisha Coakley, exploring designs of wallpaper between the 18th and 20th centuries, which coincided with the expansion of the British Empire. This ties into her investigation of Afro hair and its place in her Black womanhood. Her work can be seen until February 14.
Photo: Kedisha Coakley
3. Exhibition looks at Tibetan refugees
A window display photographic exhibition on show at the Sheffield, City of Sanctuary shop until November 25 is the latest in a series from The Children's War Museum. It looks at the lives of generations of Tibetan child refugees who have followed the Dalai Lama into exile. Tibetans in Exile and The Tibetan Journal have contributed to the event.
Photo: Sheffield, City of Sanctuary
4. Painting a brighter future
Sheffield historian Brian Holmshaw is giving a Portland Works heritage lecture about the Painted Fabrics factory, a pioneering city project to give jobs making beautiful textiles to ex-servicemen left with disabilities after World War One. Brian is speaking at 7pm on Thursday, November 26. Book via eventbrite.co.uk (search for Portland Works).
Photo: Sheffield Archives