Exhibit at the Institute of Mental Health
Working with the Institute of Mental Health, City Arts puts on exhibitions looking at people’s experience of mental health issues. Each year we run an open exhibition asking artists to…Read more: 'Exhibit at the Institute of Mental Health'
Arts on Prescription
An Arts on Prescription course is made up of seven workshops. They are led by a professional artist. In each workshop, you will learn a different skill and use a…Read more: 'Arts on Prescription'
Weekly therapeutic art workshops aimed at people who have learning disabilities, mental health issues or are receiving other types of health care in the community. At Get Creative people can…Read more: 'Get Creative'
For over 10 years, our Express Yourself project has been helping young people to learn new creative skills and feel good about themselves. The courses run over ten weeks. They…Read more: 'Express Yourself'
POSTPONED: When Words Hurt
Dates of event: 3 Apr 2020 - 20 May 2020
Weekdays, Daily Opening Time: 10:00am - Daily Close Time: 4:00pm
Venue Address: Institute of Mental Health, Triumph Road, Nottingham, NG7 2TU
In collaboration with the Institute of Mental Health, City Arts present an exhibition of work exploring grief, curated by Let’s Talk About Loss. About the exhibition For many of us,…
Articles & Updates
Call for artwork: an exhibition of young artists exploring mental health
Are you aged 13-25? Do you make art? Are you using it to express something about mental health? We’re looking for young artists to submit artwork for City Arts and…Read more: 'Call for artwork: an exhibition of young artists exploring mental health'
Parades, play and emotions at Light Night 2020
We had a wonderful time at Nottingham Light Night 2020. For the first time the event took place over two days, Friday 7th & Saturday 8th February. City Arts produced…Read more: 'Parades, play and emotions at Light Night 2020'
City Arts’ young participants help showcase 100 years of parks history in new mural
An old railway tunnel has been brought back to life telling the story and history of Arnold. The tunnel, which is located behind Arnot Hill Park, Arnold, on what was…Read more: 'City Arts’ young participants help showcase 100 years of parks history in new mural'