The Department of History of Art at Nottingham is located in the new Humanities Building providing teaching facilities with high-spec audio/visual equipment, and the Digital Humanities Centre.
A video of the Humanties building facilities can be viewed on the Humanities website.
Facilities elsewhere in the University include:
The Djanogly Art Gallery is nationally renowned for its exhibition programme which ranges from major historical shows to groundbreaking contemporary installations.
The University provides its students with access to general IT facilities through a number of IS computer rooms/areas which are conveniently located around the University campuses – in libraries and other IS resource centres. Many computer rooms are open 24/7.
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