This September, Nottingham BID has partnered with Young Creatives Nottingham to provide an opportunity for work by this year's three Visual Arts category winners to be displayed in the windows of city centre businesses - exposing their talent to a variety of people and as well as creating vibrant windows for businesses.
A huge congratulations to Hollie Betts, Adelle Iversen and Eve Moore – this year’s Visual Arts winners – whose artwork you can see out and about in Nottingham until Sunday 25 September 2022.
Hollie’s piece can be found on Bridlesmith Gate, with Adelle’s in The Carousel’s window, and Eve’s in HSBC on Clumber Street.
Alex Flint, CEO of Nottingham BID says: ‘We are delighted to support Young Creatives Nottingham, it is a great way to make the city centre more visually appealing and give some points of interest - as well as showcase the talented individuals in the city we are championing.’
Since its inception in 2009, Nottingham’s Young Creative Awards has been an annual fixture in the city’s calendar: a big, bright burst of originality; inspiring, supporting and celebrating young creative talent in Nottingham. There are 11 different categories within the competition and they are open to anyone aged 11 to 24 who lives, studies or works in Nottingham.
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