Exhibition talks and events as part of our Season of Adventure

Friday 19th December

Inspired by the spirit of discovery and celebrating the pioneers who break new ground through science, exploration and new technologies, our new Season of Adventure includes exhibitions, digital experimentation, talks, events, film screenings and educational activities that journey into the art of exploration.

Christmas at QUAD

Monday 1st December

We have lots of festive films, exhibitions and workshops coming up throughout December.

A Guide to Film Classification

Tuesday 25th November

All film classification decisions are made by the British Board of Film Classification; in accordance with their published and regularly updated guidelines. From the BBFC website: "Examiners look at issues such as discrimination, drugs, horror, imitable behaviour, language, nudity, sex, sexual violence, theme and violence when making decisions.

Recruitment Open Day for General Catering Assistants

Tuesday 25th November

We are looking for new part-time and casual General Catering Assistants to work in our licensed Café bar. We will be holding a Recruitment Open Day on Monday 1st December, offering a chance to find out more about the project, register an interest and take part in some activities in the process of the selection process.

QUAD team join local technologists & digital hackers for Know How 14

Friday 21st November

This week QUAD staff members John Whall, Sebah Chaudhry and Rob Newman, join Mixed Reality Game researcher Richard Wetzel from the Mixed Reality Lab at Nottingham University on a 3 day intensive hack event to build the FORMAT15 Evidence game app.

"Ey up me duck" Angelina Jolie greets QUAD Patron Jack O'Connell at the Hollywood Film Awards

Thursday 20th November

This week we were excited to find a Midlands-phrase made it into news headlines as Angelina Jolie introduced QUAD Patron Jack O'Connell with "'Ey up me duck" at the Hollywood Film Awards. Watch the clip here. The story gained millions of visits to the BBC News website, Derby Telegraph & The Independent and also appeared on this morning’s GMTV.