Meeting & workspace with award-winning cafe
feeding creativity, enterprise and change-makers in Nottingham city centre
Frequently changing pop-up shops and exhibitions. Browse our library and secondhand books. Hire space for your own pop-up shop or exhibition.
From how to develop a good business to solving social challenges, this is the place to meet new thinking over great food. Learn with others, share ideas and collaborate.
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Every Monday 9-5pm
Spring Exhibition - Winners
27 April -7 May
Now showing the winners selected by our panel of 6 judges and by visitors to the exhibition. Free entry.
Thurs - Sat 10-5pm
Working for yourself doesn't have to mean being by yourself!
Freelancers, small businesses, lone creatives, students and professionals
Need a productive place to work with help on hand should you need it? Get the week off to a good start at our Monday Workspace hosted by Emma Torrance, SFEDI qualified independent business adviser. Our rotating team of specialist experts include social media, website content, accounts, legal issues and administration. Everything you need is included in the price - high quality wifi, unlimited tea, coffee and homemade flapjacks, flipcharts for brainstorming, inspiring art work around you, books in our library, space for contemplation or small team meetings. You just bring your laptop, phone, tasks in hand and prepare to be productive.
Pay as you go with no membership tie-ins. Details and booking online or in Kiosk cafe
Now showing the winner of the Judges' Prize and People's Prizes
Showing a wonderful variety of work - over 50 pieces including screen prints, paintings and drawings- from aspiring and established artists of all ages. All work is for sale with prices from £30. Come and vote for the top three you'd like to see more of. Each of the three winners of the People's Prize will have a mini-solo exhibition later in the year.
A panel of six judges selected over 20 participating artists for merit and the overall winner was Kelly Holmes exhibiting 'Wasted Talent', a portrait of Amy Winehouse made of beer cans on wood. Her solo exhibition will commence with a preview evening on Wednesday September 6th. Our judges were:
George Thornton - gallerist/owner of George Thornton Art
Diana Pasek-Atkinson - Creative Industry Specialist
Rosemary Pearson - gallerist/formerly owner of galleries in Nottingham and New York
Gareth Davies - Paper Consultant, GF Smith Papers
Marysia Zipser - promoter/agent ACT International Artists Group
Nicola Beswick - freelance journalist and TV presenter
Winner of the Judges' Prize
Wasted Talent by Kelly Anne Holmes (£500)
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