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  • Saffron Bramley-Astle with her design

    A David Bowie inspired outfit made out of just under 15,000 plastic straws has been designed by a student at Nottingham Trent University.

  • A piece of fine artwork

    An annual showcase – with a long history of featuring some of the largest cohorts of award-winning students in the UK – is set to open next week with original works created by more than 1,200 graduating artists and designers.

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    On Monday 15 May 2017 we held a prize-giving ceremony at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) to celebrate the innovative design work done by our School of Art and Design undergraduate students for local company, ABurnet Ltd.

  • Hainsworth Fabrics jacket designs

    Two representatives from Hainsworth Fabrics in Yorkshire visited NTU in April to judge the outcomes of the live brief, which had been based on the students’ design project for the musical ‘Into The Woods’.

  • Essi Peuhkuri glove

    Year Two BA (Hons) Fashion Accessory Design students Essi Peuhkuri and Georgia Hudson have been awarded £400 and £500 respectively as winners of the sports glove category and the Dents Prize.

  • Alexandra Shulman

    The current editor of British Vogue, Alexandra Shulman, has visited Nottingham Trent University to talk to students about her 25-year career at the magazine.

  • Emily Andersen

    Internationally recognised photographer Emily Andersen’s portrait collection was exhibited at the 13th Shanghai International Photographic Art Exhibition in China this year.

  • NTU Chamber Choir

    The NTU Chamber Choir have returned from a successful music tour in India where they performed in venues across New Delhi and Chandigarh.

  • Art auction

    Our BA (Hons) Fine Art final year students raised just under £2,500 at this year's Fine Art Auction, which will be put towards their Degree Show exhibition in June.

  • Photography students

    To ensure our Photography students have the opportunity to gain a global perspective, they have recently visited Japan as part of an optional study trip to gather inspiration for their studies.