We kickstarted the first day of Confetti Industry Week with some incredible and inspiring guests, including Sarmad Masud, William Orbit and Don Letts! Read on to see our top picks…
The Festival of Science and Curiosity (7-16 February 2022) featured a range of science-related activities across Nottinghamshire. Find out how Confetti students supported this year’s fantastic line-up of events.
Confetti students team up with industry veterans at DHP Family to put on a day of live music with all proceeds donated to charity.
Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies recently hosted two international esports tournaments, including the first in-studio Halo Infinite esports broadcast. Thanks to the efforts of Confetti students, their tutors and the Confetti Tech Team, the activities raised over £5,000 for Maggie’s cancer care charity.
Famous musical family from Nottingham, the Kanneh-Masons, have recently filmed their Christmas TV special at Confetti’s live performance venue, Metronome. “A Musical Family Christmas with the Kanneh-Masons” has been produced for BBC Two and will air on Christmas Day at 8.35pm.
Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies is set to make Nottingham an emerging UK centre for esports through its world-class esports production facilities. In January 2022 Confetti will be hosting two exciting esports events: ‘Halo Clash Series’ and the Rainbow Six Siege ‘Memevitational’.
Students from a range of Confetti courses have been supporting local events on “Do It For Real” opportunities in the build up to Christmas.
Confetti student celebrates after her “cultural rucksack” wall planner is to be displayed in schools across the city.
Metronome Sessions are free for all Confetti students.
Confetti’s students continue to Do It For Real with some amazing guest speakers.