After the ideal;piece by piece

an art exhibition explorating the effect of perinatal anxiety on women’s identities

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Culture Makers

Culture Makers, Generation 2015: A series of public lectures exploring digital cultural content and new technologies

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Tallis Scholars

Rare opportunity to see the Tallis Scholars in the South West in the wonderful setting of Exeter Cathedral

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From Cowboys to Astronauts

An exhibition of innovative art works around the themes of recycling and the circular economy

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Arts and Culture: Summer 2015

The sun is out, and the flowers across campus are blooming, so we're happy to report that you can start planning your summer around some exciting new events . . .

Exeter's foremost cross-arts festival Arts on the Move returns this year, and is bigger and brighter than ever. The student-led festival of theatre, dance, photography, fine art, music and comedy takes places at the stunning Poltimore House.

The Exeter Northcott Theatre's programme of dance, drama and family performances goes from strength to strength, and this summer's line up is no exception. Not to be missed is Crouch, Touch, Pause, Engage, the story of Welsh Rugby legend Gareth Thomas, from two of the UK's most exciting Theatre Companies, Out of Joint and National Theatre Wales.

Lastly, there is a fresh wave of visual art exhibitions, which draw together university research with art. From Cowboys to Astronauts is an exhibition of mixed media artworks around the themes of recycling and the circular economy, and Parish Maps brings together maps from around the world to explore the values of communities.


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Paddon Award 2015

posted in Art 21/04/2015

On March 18 the Judging Event for the Paddon Award 2015, the University’s cross-arts competition, took place on...

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Event Exeter and Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra celebrate 50th anniversary

posted in Art 02/02/2015

Professor Janice Kay, Provost of the University of Exeter and Dougie Scarfe, Chief Executive of the BSO signing...

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