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  • start-writing-poetry

    Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is delighted to announce that local writer Lucy Grace is the recipient of The John Harwood Bosworth Creative Writing Bursary.

  • Derek Owusu

    A new programme looking to celebrate creative writing and reading has launched at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) - with the help of award-winning author Derek Owusu.

  • Georgina Wilding at Nottingham poetry Festival

    This November, Nottingham Poetry Festival will once again present an eclectic line-up of acclaimed national and local poets and performers.

  • JOIN header image

    The School of Art & Design is launching a new digital platform for JOIN, a creative collective community initiative for all students to connect, with each other and the outside world.

  • Black History Month 2020

    We’ve planned a special season of events and activities not just in October, but throughout this whole academic year to celebrate the important black historical figures who helped make Britain what it is today.

  • Manjit Sahota poem

    Our partners at Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature recently commissioned a group of students to create a series of videos showcasing our city’s fantastic word and poetry scene, as part of the Poetry Pulse Project.

  • Female students playing the cello in rehearsal.


    Coronavirus Update NTU Music

    14 September 2020

    The NTU Music Centre is planned to reopen on Monday 5 October 2020 with Covid-19 safety measures in place.

  • Female student drawing in a workshop.

    Nottingham Trent University is delighted to announce the launch of a new opportunity for aspiring writers – The John Harwood Bosworth Creative Writing Bursary.

  • A selection of books

    This October NTU launches WRAP, a new series of events and activities for students celebrating writing and reading for pleasure. In partnership with our friends at Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature, NTU invites students to take part in online writing workshops and book groups, meet ups, masterclasses and talks from readers and authors.

  • Letters of solidarity campaign

    In response to these strange times, our partners at Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature have created a fantastic new project aimed at Nottingham’s younger people. Letters of Solidarity helps young people process the moment by writing their stories. NTU is delighted to be playing a part in bringing this project to life.