Remote Roundup 7th – 13th December 2020

Photography: Essential Skills and Creative Approaches, 6pm 9 Dec
As the title suggests, this ten-week evening course combines the science of camera technology with the aesthetics of composition, lighting and editing. You’ll be based in the studio, classroom and on location, and no previous experience is required.

Graphic Design for Beginners, 6pm, 9 Dec
Are you looking for ways to do more of your design work yourself? Or are you thinking about future studies and would like to enhance your portfolio? Either way, this course is ideal because it combines both creative and technical approaches and exploring them in a professional context. No prior software knowledge is required.

Wildcard Wednesday, 8pm 9 Dec
Attenborough Arts Centre
Wildcard Wednesday is a weekly event to learn new crafts. Join us for this great opportunity to relax, make new friends, and try a range of crafts from pottery to painting or embroidery to tie-dye! Each week will be something different and you won’t know what you’ll be doing until you begin. For each session, we will be creating individual ‘creative packs’ for you to join in. These will be available to pick up from our front desk or from your halls of residence on the day of the session. Each session will be pre-recorded for those with creative packs to give it a go from the comfort of their bedroom, lounge, garden, ballroom. Please pick your pack up before 3pm on Wednesday. Simply select the online ticket below and we will be in contact with you the day before the session to confirm a safe and suitable time for you to pick up the pack. If you haven’t heard anything, or you book on the day please contact to arrange a good time to pick up the pack.

Poetry: Five Bodies, 6:30pm, 10 Dec
Inspired by moments of unknowingness, invention and imagination, Five Bodies brings together some of the most outstanding British and international poets to share experiences of contemporary poetry. The series welcomes unexpected ideas, experimental drifts and multiple voices following a long-standing tradition in poetry writing that melds perceiving, knowing and feeling as knowledge-making practices. Five Bodies asks how language invites communion with the sensorial, social, and political bodies and considers ways of relating to one another in the information age. With contributions by Nottingham-based poets, Sarah Jackson, Lila Matsumoto and Vicky Sparrow, along with new readings by Victoria Adukwei Bulley, James Goodwin, Bhanu Kapil, Donika Kelly, Sandeep Parmar, and Nisha Ramayya.

I’m Only Human: premiere and artists’ Q&A, 5:30pm, 10 Dec
Animate Projects
Animate is pleased to announce the online premiere of three new films by Sebastian Buerkner, Kim Noce, and Daksha Patel: animations, made in the context of a pandemic, that explore what it means to be human, taking us from an exploration of the internal body, by way of the perceptive connections between our bodies and the world, to our external, social, lives. The films will be on Instagram and Vimeo from 5pm on 10 December, with a Q&A with the artists on Zoom at 6.30pm. Along with the artists, we’ll be joined in the Q&A by Kim’s editor and composer – Michael Ho and Hutch Demouilpied, and creative coder Chris Ball.