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270522Allotment Featured 27 May 2022 Image

270522Allotment

Gary Douglas pictured at work at the Emmanuel House Allotment at St Ann's Allotments in Nottingham.
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Behind the scenes at the Emmanuel House Allotment at St Ann's Allotments in Nottingham.
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From release: Homelessness charity Emmanuel House Support Centre in Nottingham has received over ?22,000 from the Severn Trent Community Fund, The Nineveh Charitable Trust, The GreenSpace Green Grant, The B&Q Foundation and The Country Land and Business Association. The money will be used for green activities including the allotment project, which is based at Nottingham? historic Hungerhill Allotment Site in St Ann?, and will enable homeless and vulnerable people to participate in gardening sessions and outdoor activities.
Photo: Friday 27th May 2022.
(Copyright: Joseph Raynor/ Nottingham Post)

© Joseph Raynor/ Nottingham Post

270522NTUshow Featured 27 May 2022 Image

270522NTUshow

A general view of a section of the Nottingham Trent University Fine Art exhibition at the Bonington Building in Shakespeare Street, Nottingham city centre.
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From NTU (Nottingham Trent University) press release: NTU to open the 2022 art and design Student Showcase.
A showcase with a prestigious history of featuring award-winning works by graduating artists and designers is set to open at Nottingham Trent University as a public exhibition.
Taking place at the University? City Campus, the 2022 Student Showcase is completely free
to the public and features creative works from students in the Nottingham School of Art &
Design and the School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment.
The show will feature subjects spanning visual arts, photography and graphic design;
fashion, knitwear and textile design; fashion management, marketing and communication;
theatre, media, film and costume design; architecture, interior architecture, architectural
technology; product and furniture design.
Students?work will feature at external competitions and exhibitions nationally, including fashion and knitwear design at Graduate Fashion Week, photography at Free Range in London, various course areas at New Designers including product and furniture design, and fine art galleries and other spaces local to Nottingham.

Michael Marsden, Executive Dean of the Nottingham School of Art & Design, said: ?he past
two years have provided us with an opportunity to think differently about how we exhibit our
students?incredible work, and have enabled us to change and improve the ways in which we
hold our Student Showcase.
?o we?e very excited to now be in a position to exhibit the University? vast array of art and
design talent in multiple ways, including online, at new external gallery spaces, at national
events and once again at our amazing City Campus.
?hese shows represent the culmination of the hard work by our graduating students and the
dedication of our colleagues who work tirelessly to support them in becoming the next
generation of creative professionals.?Dr Andrew Knight, Executive Dean of the School of Architecture, Design and the Built
Environment, said: ?t? a wonderful prospect to once again be hosting a large-scale public
exhibition of our amazing students?work. They are among the leading graduating designers
in the UK and we?e very proud of their achievements.

?he Student Showcase gives the public a unique opportunity to come onto our flagship City Campus and see first-hand how our industry-ready graduates have the potential to shape the future, as they prepare to embark on their creative careers across a variety of subject areas.?Different course areas will exhibit at different times for the in-person shows. Please visit
for all information and to book your place.
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Photo: Friday 27th May 2022.
(Copyright: Joseph Raynor/ Nottingham Post)

© Joseph Raynor/ Nottingham Post