"An adventure in contemporary children's picture-book illustrations" at Djanogly Art Gallery, Nottingham University, ranging from collage and cartoons to intricate painted landscapes. Illustrators represented include: Anthony Browne, John Burningham, Lucy Cousins and Claire Fletcher. Children's and adults' worksheets available. Free admission. Details: Liz O'Neill, 0115 951 5797.
JUNE AND JULY CHESHIRE DANCE WORKSHOP
Extensive programme of classes for all ages includes: CandoCo Dance Company residency involving workshops and the production of a new dance piece with Cheshire people to be shown at Winsford Civic Hall, June 29-30; a DanceSplash on July 8 where young people can brush up their dance styles; The Cholmondeleys' mobile outdoor dance production in Chester and Warrington; and a summer school, July 24-28, at Conway Centre, Anglesey. Details: Jo Hilton, 01606 861770.
JUNE AND JULY DEVELOPING YOUNG PEOPLE
Workshops in Cambridge and London organised by Careers Research and Advisory Centre for staff responsible for the development of post-16s. Subjects: "Building personal effectiveness", "Windows on work", and "Total quality management in education" (all Pounds 95 + VAT) and "Insight into industry" (Pounds 125 + VAT). Details: Kerry Linsey, 01223 311708.
JUNE 1-AUGUST 27 GEORGE RODGER: A PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNEY
George Rodger, a founder member of Magnum Photos, was the only British freelance photographer to cover continuously the Second World War battlegrounds and the Nazi atrocities at Belsen. This exhibition of more than 250 works at the Barbican Art Gallery, Silk Street, London EC2, features: the Blitz; his adventures in 1940-42 in the French Cameroons, Khartoum and Eritrea (where he joined the Foreign Legion); the War in Europe; and the Nuba tribe in Africa. Details: 0171 382 7105.
JUNE 1-4 AND 8-10 INTERNATIONAL WOODEN BOAT SHOW AND MODEL BOAT SHOW
Shows for experts, enthusiasts and families alike at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London SE10. Children will be able to build model boats, make flags and pennants and take part in "Splash!", an opportunity to operate model boats and carry out experiments guided by qualified teachers. Plus displays on sail-making, knot-tying, wire-splicing and coracle-making. Details: 0181 293 9618 (IWBS), 0181 312 6625 (MBS).
JUNE 7 INCLUSIVE SCHOOLS: THE HOW AND THE HEART
Seminar organised by Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education at University of West England, Bristol, for teachers, heads, governors, parents of children with special educational needs and SEN officers. Speakers include: Jack Pearpoint and Marsha Forest, executive directors of the Centre for Inclusive Education and Community, Toronto. Fee: Pounds 65. Details: 0117 923 8450.
JUNE 12-16 BIRDOSWALD EXHIBITION: SPECIAL EDUCATION WEEK
This exhibition at Tullie House, Carlisle, until November 12 displays the results of 1987-92 excavations at the large Roman fort attached to Hadrian's Wall, and examines the "Arthurian" connection and how the fort survived the centuries of "Reiving". During special education week, school parties will spend a day at both sites. Cost: Pounds 1-Pounds 4 per pupil. Details: Heather Tipler, 01228 34781 (Monday-Wednesday).