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  • NTU puppet team

    Earlier this year, Nottingham Castle set Nottingham Trent University’s final year BA (Hons) Theatre Design students a very exciting challenge, to create the puppets and booth to tell 1000 years of history.

  • Melka brand project

    In November 2019, Baird challenged final year BA (Hons) Fashion Design students to develop a concept collection for Melka. The students were given access to brand archives and samples, dating back to 1946, for inspiration and information.,-melka

  • Fashion Management logo

    A panel of seven BA (Hons) Fashion Management graduates recently attended a special event in London to share industry insight, placement, and career advice with almost 70 current second year students.

  • GHHurt & Son Group

    Three NTU alumni are now helping to grow the luxury lace knitwear brand G.H.Hurt & Son, after completing placements there during their degree.

  • Costume design students

    Our Costume Design and Making students are embarking on an exciting new project in partnership with Nottingham Castle to create costumes to be used onsite when it reopens in early 2021.

  • Student on a building site

    Nottingham’s two world-class universities have launched a pioneering collaboration to help change the lives of local people for the better, as independent research reveals that every 22 seconds someone in Nottingham interacts with one of the city’s universities.

  • Frank Stella exhibition 1999

    Nottingham’s contemporary art scene marked two significant anniversaries in 2019, the 10th birthday of the Nottingham Contemporary and the 50th birthday of NTU’s Bonington Gallery.

  • Motif logo

    A decade and a half of research into the use of motifs in design and culture will culminate in a new exhibition at the Bonington Gallery.

  • Motif

    Nottingham Trent University’s Tim Rundle has been an influential lecturer for over thirty years, with recognised expertise in developing innovative curricula in the area of fashion communication, promotion, marketing and management.

  • William Hurley with machine

    T-Shirts used as mobile phones sounds like the stuff of science fiction. But a research project led by Nottingham Trent University could turn such future-gazing tech into reality.