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Guest Lecture with TANK Magazine

Raw Print Live - Celebrating 20 years of TANK

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We're delighted to host this special guest lecture with TANK Magazine's Editor, Thomas Roueché and Creative Director, Sohrab Golsorkhi-Ainslie.

Founded in 1998, TANK Magazine is an icon of independent publishing, and continues to be the UK’s most innovative publication for its visual direction, design and content with an urgent mix of fashion, art, politics and critical essays.

  • From: Wednesday 28 November 2018, 1 pm
  • To: Wednesday 28 November 2018, 2 pm
  • Location: Lecture Theatre 4, Newton Building, Goldsmith Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU
  • Booking deadline: Wednesday 28 November 2018, 10.00 am
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Over the past 20 years, TANK Magazine has been at the forefront of creative innovation in ground breaking content, delivered in original formats. Beyond experimentations with printed format, TANK pioneered its proprietary image recognition app FashionScan seven years ago, becoming the first magazine to connect the print edition to a wealth of digital content.

TANK celebrated its 20th birthday this year with the EPOCH issue, a 336-page testimony to the magazine’s tradition of radical innovation, and a meditation on our era of tectonic shifts. As always the magazine encompasses critical analysis and incisive writing, this time turning our attention to subjects as varied as the physics of time, the nature of the image, the transformation of the consumer and the new reality of global geopolitics.

Reserve your place

This guest lecture is open to NTU students and staff only.
To attend this guest lecture please select reserve your place at the top of the page and complete a brief online booking form.


For all enquires about this events please email Matt Gill, Senior Lecturer, Fashion Communication and Promotion, School of Art & Design and founder of Raw Print.

Location details


Lecture Theatre 4, Newton Building


Goldsmith Street


Situated on the University’s City Campus, the Newton building is a short walk from Nottingham city centre. Due to our central location we don’t have visitor parking available, but public transport will bring you almost to our door.

If you’re intending to park in the city centre, the closest (and largest) facilities to our City Campus are:

Travel Info:

Visitors traveling on the tram are advised to get off at the Nottingham Trent University stop on Goldsmith Street.

Visit our travel pages for campus maps and detailed information on how to get here.

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Matt Gill
+44 115 84 86457