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London's Calling 05 September 2017

We have been delving into the archive of fashion designer and Nottingham Trent University lecturer Juliana Sissons. Housed within the Gallery Vitrines, London’s Calling reveals an eclectic collection of Juliana’s personal memorabilia and influences, iconic magazine features, design objects, and video footage.

This unique display gives a snapshot of her life as a fashion designer in London through the 1980s, working with the likes of Lee Alexander McQueen, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Top of the Pops, Divine, Scarlett Cannon, Leigh Bowery, Isabella Blow, and Judy Blame.

London’s Calling will be open to the public from Friday 22 September – Friday 27 October, with a special preview on Thursday 21 September, from 5 pm to 7 pm.

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SIMON CALLERY: UNVEILING OF DONATED WORK 6 September 2017

We are delighted to unveil the latest addition to the Nottingham Trent University art collection from artist Simon Callery. Simon joined us in 2015 for his solo exhibition Soft PaintingWiltshire Modulor (small, 2010-2013) will be on permanent display in Bonington Gallery’s foyer space.

The public are invited to join us on Thursday 21 September from 5 pm to 7 pm, for the official unveiling, as part of the Artificial Sensibility and London’s Calling preview event – rsvp to confirm your attendance.

London's Calling 5 September 2017

We have been delving into the archive of fashion designer and Nottingham Trent University lecturer Juliana Sissons. Housed within the Gallery Vitrines, London’s Calling reveals an eclectic collection of Juliana’s personal memorabilia and influences, iconic magazine features, design objects, and video footage.

This unique display gives a snapshot of her life as a fashion designer in London through the 1980s, working with the likes of Lee Alexander McQueen, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Top of the Pops, Divine, Scarlett Cannon, Leigh Bowery, Isabella Blow, and Judy Blame.

London’s Calling will be open to the public from Friday 22 September – Friday 27 October, with a special preview on Thursday 21 September, from 5 pm to 7 pm.

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