A few weeks ago I visited Nottingham to look at NTU’s performing drawology exhibition. I attended the evening art preview and was greeted with complimentary wine – brilliant start. The exhibition comprises of various lines, marks and tones created by artists in relation to the white space of the room. It also aims to expand the definition of drawing by using projections, paper drawings, projections and installation. For more information on the exhibition visit Nottingham Trents website.

Later we ate at the Pitcher & Piano, ordering some of the tapas dishes. My personal favourite was the halloumi or the chicken teriyaki skewers. The restaurant was a refurbished church, which looked amazing, and there was also a lovely outside drinking area covered in fairy lights. It was fairly pricey (At least for broke students) but was definitely worth paying a bit extra for.

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