Arts and Culture: Summer 2015
Things to do for free on Campus this Summer
You are welcome to come onto campus and enjoy these free activities throughout the Summer.....
The Bill Douglas Cinema Museum has a wealth of artefacts on display telling the story of the history of cinema. There's a children's activity section in the Museum too, so it's a welcome place for all the family, and entry is free. The Museum is open 7 days a week except bank holidays. Find out more about the Museum and visiting at: www.bdcmuseum.org.uk/
To accompany a Wittgenstein conference at the University an exhibition entitled Wor(l)ds in Collision is on display at Byrne House on the Streatham Campus, featuring artists who have been inspired by Wittgenstein including Richard Parker, Johanna Drucker, Tony Lopez and respected British text artists Ann Halsey and John Hall. The exhibition is open to the public Monday to Friday until 15 September. More information here.
Take a tour of the University Campus grounds and enjoy the Sculpture walk, which includes works by Barbara Hepworth, Peter Randall-Page, David Worthington, Alexander Beleschenko, Tom Grimsey, Jo Golesworthy and Deborah Duffin to name but a few. More information about the Sculpture walk and to download a walk leaflet here.
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