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New Art Exchange (NAE) is a contemporary visual arts space in Nottingham that celebrates the region's cultural richness and diversity. The venue presents an ever-changing programme of art exhibitions, creative activities for families and young...more
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39-41 Gregory Boulevard | Hyson Green, Nottingham NG7 6BE, England
I went there with a group of "arty" friends we spent the whole morning wandering around looking at some amazing photographs of local people taken by a local photographer ,we then had delicious food and coffee in the gallery tea room.
Love the Saturday morning art group. And it’s free! Gets a little busy throughout the morning, as probably expected. Staff who run it are really friendly and helpful. Cafe is lovely too so worth a visit afterwards. Glad it’s now weekly.
Escapism is important to me and I truly felt I was taken to another world. Huge light boxes bigger than the tallest person you know with glitzy beautiful arrays of golden jewellery that are actually, on closer inspection, spelling out words of wisdom and poetry....More
This venue has really opened up the area of Hyson Green which is really nice to visit to experience an excellent example of a thriving and vibrant multicultural offering. Great food and a great calendar of events also.
A great series of spaces in a lovely building, easily reached by tram from the town centre (get off the tram at The Forest stop and it's just round the corner). We saw Keith Piper's UNEARTHING THE BANKERS BONES, which I have to say is...More
This is my favourite office away from the office. It is not free of distractions: eclectic clientele, sometimes too loud theatre and arty types, but always a good vibe, excellent coffee, good food and smiley friendly service. Oh, and wifi with wonderfully wired passwords.