Upcoming events for alumni

We are always keen to meet up with our alumni. Your Alumni Community plans a number of special events throughout the year - from open days on campus to networking events both in the UK and
around the world.

Of course, you don't have to wait for us. Why not arrange your own class reunion? We can help you
trace your 'old' friends and give advice on arranging your event. Read news from other events and reunions 
to pick up ideas for your own, and read our tips on planning an event. Send details of forthcoming events to alumni@ntu.ac.uk and we'll promote them here.

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Art and Design Christmas Fair
14/11/2018

Christmas Fair 2018Join us on 30 November and 1 December as our Art and Design Christmas Fair marks the start of the festive season here at Nottingham Trent University.  

Curated and created by NTU Comprising of over 20 designers and makers, this year’s fair is set to offer an array of unique and handmade gifts – all carefully crafted by our students and alumni.

Find out more...

Free Lunchtime Concerts
06/09/2018

NTU Music's free Lunchtime Concerts are held fortnightly throughout the academic year and feature Nottingham Trent University students, staff, and internationally recognised musicians.

This concert will last approximately 30 minutes, and is an ideal opportunity to take a break from your desk or the library!

All our free lunchtime concerts are relaxed events and open to NTU students, staff, and the general public. As it is during lunchtime, please feel free to bring your sandwiches.

For more information email the Music Team or telephone them on +44 (0)115 848 4570.

The Service Library v David Osbaldeston - 2 November to 15 December 2018
15/08/2018

Founded in New York in 2011 and based in Liverpool since 2016, The Serving Library (TSL) is a non-profit organisation that serves as a publishing platform, a seminar room, a collection of framed objects, and an event space. The enterprise is rooted in a journal published biannually as Dot Dot Dot from 2000–10, Bulletins of The Serving Library from 2011–17, and now annually as The Serving Library Annual, released simultaneously online (for free) and in print (for a fee) every autumn.

This autumn, Bonington Gallery will showcase TSL’s collection of framed objects; each one the source of an illustration that has appeared in one of the journals. The 100+ collection includes items as diverse as record sleeves, watercolours, woodcuts, polaroids, drawings, screen-prints, airbrush paintings, a car number plate, and a Ouija board. Together, these varied objects decorate the walls of the library to serve as a toolbox for teaching.

The space will be further populated by a new work by occasional Serving Library contributor David Osbaldeston, who – in response to a theme of translation – has produced a new series of images exploring how visual essentials such as black, white and repeating shapes progress through a sequence of depicted forms. As a system of signs that become open to subjective interpretation, each image is assisted by a single word, which could be seen either as an associative descriptor or erratic linguistic type.

More information here

Image Credit: DAVID OSBALDESTON, JANUS, 2018

 

Distinguished Lecture Series
03/01/2018

Distinguished LecturesDelivered by an exceptional range of expert guest speakers, the Distinguished Lecture Series covers many exciting subjects and tackles topical and sensitive issues face-on. The lectures are thought-provoking, raise debate and inform.

Our successful programme attracts large audiences from across the region. All lectures are free and open to all.

Visit the Distinguished Lectures website for more information.

For any other queries, or if you experience any difficulties with the online booking process, please email the events team at events.team@ntu.ac.uk