On Wednesday 11 July, we are hosting Celebrate 2018, an exhibition of the work of our college-level students – and you’re invited!
Your tutor will let you know if you’re exhibiting, and we welcome you to bring along family and friends to celebrate with you. If you’re not exhibiting on the day, come along to enjoy the music, games and films of other students.
Where is Celebrate held?
Celebrate 2018 will be held at six venues around the city, close to our Creative Quarter Campus in the heart of Nottingham.
Celebrate Venue Guide
|Broadway Cinema, Broad Street||Film and TV||10am - 3pm|
|Rough Trade, Broad Street||Music||12.30pm - 6pm|
|National Videogame Arcade, Carlton Street||Games||11am - 5pm|
|Antenna, Beck Street||Graphic & Digital Design||12pm - 5pm|
|MIMM, Broad Street||Music (DJ set)||12.30pm - 6pm|
|Confetti's HE Centre, Lower Parliament St||VFX||12pm - 5pm|
What to expect on the day
At Broadway Cinema, our TV, Film and Screen Acting students will be hosting a short film festival, with a private screening running throughout the day.
When you’re ready to move on, stroll up to the National Videogame Arcade to see our students’ Digital Media and Gaming portfolios. Just a short walk away at Rough Trade, you can watch a free gig, performed by our Music students and managed by our Live Events students.
Or, if you fancy a different vibe, head over to MIMM, where our Music Technology students will be hosting a DJ set.
Back at our Creative Quarter Campus, our Graphic & Digital Design students will be showcasing their work at a private viewing in Antenna.
Before you go, head over to our higher education centre around the corner to see the portfolio’s of our VFX students.
You’ll be able to pick up a map of the event at each of the venues above, where staff and students will be on-hand.
How do I book a place?
There’s no need to book! Students will be registered by tutors on the day on arrival at the venue. Friends, family and visitors will be registered on arrival of the first venue you choose, and given a map of the event and a lanyard to move between locations. Simply choose which venue you’d like to head to first, and take the day at your own pace.
We look forward to seeing you there!
National Videogame Arcade
Click here for further details on the accessibility options available at the NVA.
The main area of the venue is fully accessible to wheelchair users and people with limited mobility via the lift on the ground floor. Disabled toilets are available on the ground floor.
If you have accessibility requirements and would like to access MIMM, please contact them directly via 0115 959 8156.
- The building and screens are fully accessible to people using wheelchairs. If you need extra help getting comfy, back supports and seat wedges are available from the box office.
- An infrared hearing system is fitted in each auditorium, Screen 2 and the box office also have induction loops, which can be used with your hearing aid on the ‘T’ setting.
- Guide dogs are welcome.
- The Broadway brochure is available in alternative formats – just ask the Broadway staff once you arrive.
- All of their screens are accessible to wheelchair users and people with limited mobility, however they have limited spaces available. If you would like to reserve a wheelchair space or one of our more accessible seat, please contact them ahead of time so they can make sure to reserve the best seats available for you. If you have any additional requirements, please contact them directly on 0115 952 6611 or via firstname.lastname@example.org.
The main area of the venue is fully accessible to wheelchair users and people with limited mobility via the lift on the ground floor.
Confetti’s Higher Education Centre
Wheelchair access is available to the back of the building. If you have any access requirements, please contact us via 0115 952 2075 prior to the event or ask a member of staff for direction on the day.