Nottingham Venues is a collection of independent venues specialising in meeting and events, set in the beautiful grounds of the University of Nottingham. By bringing together all of the University’s conferencing, hotel and event spaces under one iconic brand, we provide an unrivalled guest experience.
We are incredibly proud of our region, our city and our accessible location, which is why our icon represents the mighty oak.
Set within 65 acres of lakeside grounds, close to Nottingham city centre, Jubilee Conference Centre offers an innovative setting for events, along with all the comforts of a modern hotel.
Featuring contemporary interiors, natural décor, and light-filled spaces combine across versatile and modern event suites with space for up to 250 guests.
Jubilee Conference Centre
A stylish, eco-friendly hotel featuring 202 bedrooms located next to the modern and recently refurbished East Midlands Conference Centre.
Awarded with Best Sustainable Venue at the CHS 2017 and CHS 2019 Awards, the Orchard Hotel features 5 meeting rooms and bespoke modern décor.
When it comes to eating and drinking, there’s a brasserie style restaurant and bar to choose from that serve up the very best of local and seasonal food.
Discounted hotel rates for the Orchard Hotel and Jubilee Conference Centre are available for staff, associates, Alumni and visitors coming to the University of Nottingham.
To book, please email Orchard.reservations@Nottinghamvenues.com or Jubilee.reservations@Nottinghamvenues.com
In order to qualify for the alumni rate, please ensure you contact the Alumni Team for a verification code, providing your name, subject and year of study at firstname.lastname@example.org or on +44 (0)115 823 2408. Once verification is complete, please book directly with the hotel
With new conferences being confirmed all the time you’re sure to find something that catches your eye. We attract expertise drawn from across all academic disciplines so that academic conferences at The University of Nottingham bring together subject specialists from across the globe.
- 31/05/2024 (09:30-19:30)
- University Park Campus University of Nottingham Nottingham NG7 2RD
- Drawing on current scholarship on the time and temporalities of art and art history, this conference will capture the many 'times' contained and sustained within painting, taking on the temporalities involved in its production, display and reception, as well as those citational and allegorical references that pull individual paintings across time and space.
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If you need to find out more about a past conference you can do so easily by consulting our conference archive. This directory of our previous events includes information on the topics covered by the conference, the keynote speakers and the coordinating institutions.