exetreme imagination

The University of Exeter is just one of the partners in Exeter’s festival of writing and stories for young people 17 - 29 October

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Jubilee Water Walk

Enjoy the beautiful water features on the Streatham Campus in a new walk developed to celebrate the University's Diamond Jubilee

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Diamond Jubilee Finale Concert

Book your tickets now for this dazzling finale to the University's Diamond Jubilee Year

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Being Human

The University of Exeter is offering a range of free events for this year's Festival of Humanities 17-25 November 2016

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Welcome to the new Academic Year!


A rich Arts and Culture programme awaits you this Autumn.

On 28 September, get to know more about the history of the moving image with the Bill Douglas Memorial Lecture by Ian Christie, entitled The Great 3D Scandal which explores the history of 3D and the lost world of Stereoscopy.

See an exhibition at the Innovation Centre by artist Simon Ryder.  Bedrock & Paradox explores, through the medium of a series of a series of large chalk drawings, the interplay between human life and the bedrock upon which it is based.

Enter the world of the University's Special Collections at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM), Exeter, this Autumn.  The University has lent nine JM Turner engravings for the stunning exhibition Kurt Jackson: Revisiting Turner's Tourism which runs until 4 December at RAMM.

The Exeter Northcott Theatre is offering a wonderful programme this Autumn - from comedy to dance, celebrity evenings to opera, there is truly something for all.  Students, don't forget  £5 student Standby tickets  for ten of the Exeter Northcott productions this Autumn!

Events at the Great Hall this Autumn include the Chinese State Circus on 19 November, performing Dynasty, a thrilling performance featuring 30 world class Chinese acrobats.

On 25 November, the Great Hall will host the University's Diamond Jubilee Finale Concert by the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. The final event in the University's Diamond Jubilee year, it promises to be a glittering orchestral celebration, including Rachmaninov’s romantic concerto, Walton’s patriotic Spitfire Prelude and Fugue and Strauss’ explosive overture to Die Fledermaus, not to mention a specially- commissioned fanfare written for the University by renowned composer Stephen Montague to set the whole evening off.

And finally, if you are a student or member of staff organising an arts and culture event on Campus, please don't forget to list your event on this website - it's very easy - click on the Add an Event tab on this page, complete the online form and press submit. Shortly afterwards your event will be posted online.

Use our calendar to find out what's on. (Click Here)

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