City of culture
Nottingham is enriched with a flourishing arts scene, including visual arts, music, theatre, cinema, literature and entertainment. People of all ages, interests and backgrounds are all well-catered for and encouraged to discover what Nottingham culture has to offer.
In a city which embraces all things cultural, budding performers, filmmakers, artists, writers, poets and musicians will also find a wealth of opportunities to get involved in.
Nottingham has recieved the status UNESCO City of Literature. As a City of Literature, Nottingham delivers programmes of activities that promote literary heritage and contemporary creativity and encourages students to partcipate.
There are a variety of art galleries in Nottingham. These include:
At the forefront of Nottingham's thriving art scene, the Nottingham Contemporary is one of the largest contemporary arts centres in the UK.
New Art Exchange
Nottingham's fist dedicated cultural facility for African, African Caribbean and South Asian contemporary art.
The Djanogly Art Gallery
Located at Lakeside Arts Centre on University Park Campus. Exhibitions range from major historical shows to contemporary installations.