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Our hub at Sneinton Market is a one-stop-shop for local people to find out more about art and culture activities across the city – bridging the gap between communities and traditional cultural venues like galleries and museums. Now in its 4th year, The Renewal Trust's Creative Programme has found a new home at 'Place' in Sneinton Market, where you can get involved in having a say in art and culture where you live.

Most importantly, residents will be able to shape up to three artist commissions over the next two years, making sure that projects are bespoke and relevant to our neighbourhoods. There will also be opportunities to participate in projects through volunteering and more. 

To make sure the programme is of the very highest quality, an advisory panel made up of leading arts organisations including Nottingham Contemporary, New Art Exchange, City Arts, Dance4, and Surface Gallery will work alongside us and a community steering group, linking creative opportunities with people living in St Ann's, Mapperley North, Bakersfield and Sneinton. 

Details of upcoming projects, events, and opportunities can be found on our website and Facebook page 

Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England 

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Previous projects include: 

Sneinton Pride of Place Project, 2017 
We brought the nationally-renowned Caravan Gallery to Sneinton, to create a Pride of Place exhibition by and for local people, including stories, photos and memorabilia reflecting and celebrating the neighbourhood, plus a map created by local people. The Caravan Gallery has graced the likes of the Tate Modern, so this was a big deal for Sneinton. 

The Adventures of Prince Achmed, 2016 
We partnered with Nottingham’s Muslim Community Organisation to hold a community screening of the oldest surviving animated feature film, The Adventures of Prince Achmed, in Sneinton. The evening brought communities together with food by Growin’ Spaces and shadow puppets by local people and artist Sarah Manton from Curious? 

Nott Ballet, 2013-2016 
We’ve worked with Birmingham Royal Ballet and Dance4 for several years, giving hundreds of young people the chance to learn ballet with the world’s best dancers.  

Rankin4Notts, 2014 
The world famous photographer Rankin came to St Ann’s Allotments as part of the national Museums at Night event. We wanted to show off St Ann’s Allotments as a living museum, encompassing over 600 years of Nottingham history, as well as 670 individual allotment gardens enjoyed by local people. 

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25 Avenue C, Sneinton Market, Nottingham, NG1 1DW

0115 911 2226

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