Department of Cultural, Media and Visual Studies
  

Facilities

As well as the great facilities all our students have access to there are some specialist ones of particular relevance to Cultural, Media and Visual Culture students.
 

Djanogly Art Gallery

Based on the University Park campus the Djanogly Art Gallery is nationally renowned for its exhibition programme which ranges from major historical shows to groundbreaking contemporary installations.

Staff regularly make use of its spaces for seminars and tutorials and are involved in both organising shows and arranging interprevative events around them.

There are a range of opportunities for students to get involved in the work of both the gallery and the wider Lakeside Arts programme.

students-in-gallery
 

Digital Humanities Centre

The Digital Humanities Centre offers students resources to develop photography, graphic design, video, scanning and presentational skills.

There is also a vast slide collection offering a valuable resource for our students.

Digital Humanities Centre website

Students using lightbox

 

Hallward Library and Screening Room

The Hallward Library maintains a state-of-the-art screening room for module screenings, special events and student activities, as well as viewing stations for in-library viewing of DVD, video and other screen media.

In addition to its extensive collections of books, journals, DVDs and videos, the library holds a large collection of historical cinema pressbooks, and subscribes to major film and entertainment databases. 

Hallward Library website

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Department of Cultural, Media and Visual Studies

University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

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