Institute of Mental Health Exhibitions
Since 2009, City Arts has co-ordinated exhibitions at the Institute of Mental Health in Nottingham in partnership with University of Nottingham. These were; Identity, Visions, Voices, Interiors and Diversity. This…Read more: 'Institute of Mental Health Exhibitions'
The Mischief Makers was a performance project working with young people to made mischief at Nottingham’s major festivals and outdoor events including Light Night and Nottingham Carnival. A number of…Read more: 'Mischief Makers'
City Arts goes to school
A report detailing City Arts' work making large scale, permanent public art for three Nottingham secondary schools. The art was created with young people at risk of being excluded from…Read more: 'City Arts goes to school'
The Nottingham Light Night festival transforms the city and brings it to life after dark through illuminations, spectacles, music, street theatre and much more. City Arts has been creating work…Read more: 'Light Night'
Starchild and the Big Walk
The Big Walk was an extraordinary journey taken by the Starchild and her big brother Atom. These unique, larger than life puppets were developed as part of a national project,…Read more: 'Starchild and the Big Walk'
Imagination Our Nation
Imagination Our Nation was a national project developed by Kinetika. Starting in 2008, it was a creative response to the excitement of the Olympics and all the opportunities it offered…Read more: 'Imagination Our Nation'
Artists In Exile
City Arts has a strong track record of working with new arrival communities in Nottingham. The programme of work with arrival communities was initially established through a research and development…Read more: 'Artists In Exile'
Digital Creations Project Report
Report on the ‘Digital Creations’ project which offered opportunities for young women aged 14–16 from the St Ann’s area to participate in arts projects, using dance, music and digital arts.…Read more: 'Digital Creations Project Report'
Carnival is our annual highlight of fun, colour and revelry. We enjoy extending an invitation to young people, adults, artists and musicians to come up with new and exciting ideas…Read more: 'Nottingham Carnival'
Projects with Older People
City Arts Nottingham has a long history of projects with older people and communities, creating participatory workshops that promote positive well-being, tell people’s stories and explore different artforms. Key projects…Read more: 'Projects with Older People'