Fine Art Facilities
Our Fine Art facilities are based in the Bonington building, our dedicated art and design hub. With spacious and well-equipped studios and workshops, home to a broad range of industry-standard equipment, our students have access to everything they need in order to create innovative and industry-standard work.
Our dedicated studios and workshops are available for students from all year groups to use - creating a thriving and inspirational creative environment.
As part of the Nottingham School of Art & Design, our students have access to a diverse range of facilities and equipment including:
- open plan workshop spaces
- metal workshops adapted for specialist metal usage
- woodworking workshop and equipment
- rubber, resin and plastics development equipment
- hand screen printing, transfer printing, and collograph printing
- HOAF gas and electric kilns for glass work
- a ceramics transfer printer
- casting and moulding equipment
- vinyl cutter
- potter's wheels
- polymer 3D printer
- video editing facilities
- three full-size photographic studios with backgrounds and lighting
- black-and-white and colour darkrooms, enlargers and processors
- digital fabric printers
- embroidery machines
- bookable project spaces for developing and testing work.
- Bonington Art Shop, Bonington Gallery, Cafe Bonington
What our students think of our facilities:..
“We have great facilities in moving image, sound, wood, clay, metal workshops and more, which aid you to build a contemporary art practice. Bonington Gallery brings contemporary art right to our doorstep. Being able to explore exhibitions on campus whilst studying has been handy. Central facilities like the library are great for accessing research and information on artists; it means you don’t just have to rely on information from the internet.”
“NTU has really good facilities - especially in film and video which is my speciality. The technical staff here are extremely supportive and give you access to just about every piece of software or technology you might need. There is also access to a range of other resources such as print making, casting and woodwork, which has all been really beneficial for my studies.”
Fine Art Facilities
- Subject area: Art and design
- Category: Learning tools and spaces; Teaching facilities