Creating carnival inspired digital stories with Express Yourself
This summer, young people enrolled on our Express Yourself programme produced a series of fantastic carnival inspired interactive stories. City Arts' Express Yourself programme offers its participants a safe, creative…Read more: 'Creating carnival inspired digital stories with Express Yourself'
Nottingham to host its first Puppet Festival in March 2018
Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall Nottingham, City Arts and Nottingham Trent University, are producing Nottingham’s first Puppet Festival in March 2018. Funded by Arts Council England, the Puppet Festival…Read more: 'Nottingham to host its first Puppet Festival in March 2018'
Igloo Hostel donate a share online booking income to City Arts
Last year the fantastic Igloo Hostel chose City Arts as one of three local charities to receive a share of the money collected through their website's BookingButton. It has been…Read more: 'Igloo Hostel donate a share online booking income to City Arts'
City Arts celebrates 40 years of life changing art
Starting on 12 September 2017, City Arts will celebrate its fortieth anniversary with a yearlong programme of workshops, events and exhibitions, supported by the Garfield Weston Foundation. We hope you…Read more: 'City Arts celebrates 40 years of life changing art'
City Arts & Can Samba ‘Flying Free’ at Nottingham Carnival 2017
On Sunday 20th August 2017, the City Arts & Can Samba 'Flying Free' troupe hit the road for the Nottingham Carnival parade. Enjoy this immense gallery of…Read more: 'City Arts & Can Samba ‘Flying Free’ at Nottingham Carnival 2017'
Harriet Lowe: “Tech, dance, a care home and Lord Byron – a strangely magical combination”
Do you like this picture of a garden? Where do you think it is? What happens next in this story? England, Scotland, I think it’s Japan. It explodes! An alien…Read more: 'Harriet Lowe: “Tech, dance, a care home and Lord Byron – a strangely magical combination”'
City Arts at the Ashbourne International StreetFest
Enjoy these wonderful photos from our weekend at Ashbourne Festival's International StreetFest. The Ashbourne Festival takes place every June and July. It brings a burst of…Read more: 'City Arts at the Ashbourne International StreetFest'
City Arts secure increased Arts Council funding for the next four years
Nottingham charity City Arts has secured Arts Council England funding for the next four years. City Arts will receive £413, 632 over the period, which runs from April 2018 to…Read more: 'City Arts secure increased Arts Council funding for the next four years'
Funding approved for new ‘art garden’ at City Arts
People in Nottingham will have access to a new ‘art garden’ thanks to a £49,154 grant from funding body WREN. The money, awarded by WREN’s FCC Community Action Fund, is…Read more: 'Funding approved for new ‘art garden’ at City Arts'
Inclusive circus company Extraordinary Bodies visit City Arts
Extraordinary Bodies is a professional inclusive circus company based in the UK. They create joyful, radical and bold performance and increase awareness, capacity and leadership for…Read more: 'Inclusive circus company Extraordinary Bodies visit City Arts'
‘Here & Now’ Exhibition Launch at the Institute of Mental Health
Photos from the launch of 'Here & Now' - our new exhibition produced in partnership with the Institute of Mental Health. ‘Here and Now’ is the…Read more: '‘Here & Now’ Exhibition Launch at the Institute of Mental Health'
Young Producers present WORD PLAY – workshops and spoken word at City Arts
Photos from the Young Producers WORD PLAY event for Nottingham Poetry Festival. The Young Producers are a group of talented young artists and creatives (aged 18-30)…Read more: 'Young Producers present WORD PLAY – workshops and spoken word at City Arts'