Celebrating student enterprise: Art History’s Crop Up Gallery #£100m


If a department is as good as its students then we are very blessed indeed. In the past couple of weeks alone, students from the Department of Art History have successfully curated two exhibitions in Nottingham, first The Island and the World, an exhibition of original photographs by Remo Mattera at The Wall at Hockley , a first in the UK, and then Beyond  Bounds, a collaborative show where art history students joined forces with Share Uganda and the East African Society to put together an exhibition at the Bohunk Institute  that celebrates the diversity of African culture, food and art. Both shows were selected, curated,  publicised, marketed, hung and staffed by teams of volunteers from Crop Up Gallery, a student-led curatorial group established in 2011. Please find below links to sets of photos from both exhibitions and Private Views:

The Island and the World

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