The department is located in the new Humanities Building, in University Park. This also houses the Digital Humanities Centre, which offers key resources in reproduction and image research. The department also has strong connections to the University's Djanogly Gallery, where staff have curated a number of exhibitions, demonstrating our commitment to dissemination, and also working with works of art (e.g. And now it’s dark: American Night Photography; Trentside, Rubens and Italian Art; Ruination: photographs of Rome)
Previous exhibitions have included: Edward Burra (2012), L.S.Lowry (2011), The British Art Show (2006), Graham Sutherland (2006), John Piper (2003), The Golden Age of Watercolour (2002), Rubens and Italian Art (2002), Trentside (2001), Typical Men: Photography of the Male Body by Men 1980 to 2000 (2001), The Artist's Model from Etty to Spencer (1999), as well as exhibitions by Hermione Wiltshire (2000) and Hughie O'Donoghue (2001).
Staff are well-connected to the city's institutions of contemporary art and culture, Nottingham Contemporary, and New Art Exchange.
Postgraduate study spaces equipped with PCs and printers. The computers are connected to the University's data network which, in turn, is connected to JANET (the UK's Joint Academic NETwork) and thus to the world wide Internet.