Our dedicated art, design and fashion centre at our Adams and 25 Stoney Street campus is pretty impressive. Huge art and design studios and amazing fashion facilities are on offer so come and take a look. There’s more to see in other areas too.
Located in Nottingham City Centre and at the heart of Nottingham’s Creative Quarter, our Adams building is a former lace mill dating back to the 1800s and was once central to the UKs world renowned lace manufacturing industry.
Remember to book your space in advance
If you would like to find out more about Adams by attending our Open Evening it is important that you book your space in advance. You can do this by clicking the ‘register now’ button on the side of this page. (Only prospective students need to book a place but feel free to bring guests with you).
When booking you will be asked to choose a time slot. Please aim to arrive at least 10 minutes beforehand so you can sign in and make your way to the welcome presentation.
(The last bookable time slot is 6pm. This is to ensure you have enough time to look around the event before it ends at 7pm).
If you have a creative flair and love to express yourself, then choosing one of our exciting innovative creative courses could be the perfect choice for you.
Our highly rated courses are specially designed to help you make your mark in the creative industry and you will have the opportunity to work and learn alongside professional and successful artists and designers in the heart of Nottingham’s Lace Market – part of the city’s Creative Quarter. We know what employers are looking for when seeking to recruit employees to their businesses. Therefore, our Art, Design and Fashion courses contain all the necessary skills and knowledge you need to thrive within creative industries.
The Adams Building houses fantastic facilities over seven floors, including art and design studios, textile workshops, a print room, a photographic dark room and studio, 3D workshops, a ceramics workshop and industry standard digital facilities.
There is also an on-site learning centre with books, computers, print, scan and copy facilities and an art shop over the road at our 25 Stoney Street Campus.
Lots of our students regularly progress to study at UAL, as well as other prestigious universities across the country, including the world-renowned Central St Martins.
There are a vast number of career options in the industry and our students have progressed onto careers such as:
- Art Curator
- Fashion Designer
- Fashion Marketer
- Graphic Designer
- Interior Designer
- Product Designer
- Textile Designer
Subjects at this event
- Access to Social Sciences (19+)
- Access to Social Work (19+)
- Art & Design
- Fashion & Textiles
- Hair & Beauty