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News: Light Night 2022

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After a two-year break, Light Night is back for 2022 and our Art and Design stu­dents are tak­ing part with a range of exhibits and a live per­for­mance at our Lace Mar­ket cam­pus (25 Stoney Street, oppo­site the Adams Building).

This year’s Light Night theme is the Rebel City’. This wide-rang­ing theme looks to explore Nottingham’s her­itage as a hotbed of rebel­lion over the cen­turies and the way the city looks to do things dif­fer­ent­ly to this very day.

There is no need to book, you can just turn up to 25 Stoney Street on the night and enjoy!

What's on and where?

Illuminate Exhibition – Friday 4th February 4.30pm – 8.30pm

L3 Art and Design students

Our Art and Design stu­dents are host­ing an exhi­bi­tion of their work in reac­tion to the theme of illu­mi­na­tion’. Stu­dents have been inspired by the work of oth­er artists’ and design­ers’ in devel­op­ing ideas relat­ing to light, space and wider themes around the rebel­lious artist and designer.

3D Design (Level 3)

Don’t miss the work of our 3D Design stu­dents who will be dis­play­ing their range of free-stand­ing, desk­top and hang­ing lights, which they’ve made from a vari­ety of dif­fer­ent materials. 

Abbie is in the sec­ond year of the 3D Design Extend­ed Diplo­ma and is pro­gress­ing to the Uni­ver­si­ty of Portsmouth lat­er this year to study Inte­ri­or Archi­tec­ture and Design. For Light Night, she’s designed a hang­ing pen­dant made out of blue polypropylene. 

Student smiling

I real­ly enjoyed the design process for this project and it’s excit­ing to be able to exhib­it our prod­ucts to the public. 

 — Abbie

​ Illuminated Windows – Friday 4th 6pm – 9pm

Silk painting

The win­dows at 25 Stoney Street will be illu­mi­nat­ed by the work of Lev­el 2 Art and Design stu­dents who have worked on the theme of protest and rebel­lion, cre­at­ing screen-prints and dig­i­tal art­work. The win­dows will be trans­formed into a visu­al gallery space.

Art Protest Rebellion – Friday 4th 5pm-8.30pm

Protest Art And Design

Stu­dents take part in a chore­o­graphed Protest March’ wear­ing their own print­ed T‑shirts, plac­ards and ban­ners inspired by the ideas of rev­o­lu­tion and rebel­lion’ around themes that are most per­ti­nent to young peo­ple. They will stop at key venues in Hock­ley and the Lace Market.

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  • 3rd February 2022 (9:30 AM)
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