Ray Harryhausen

Bill Douglas Cinema Museum presents an exhibition of artwork and models from across the career of the late Ray Harryhausen

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Field Sensing

Come and take part in the intriguing experience of Field Sensing on the Streatham campus at the University of Exeter

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Arts and Energy

An opportunity for artists and arts organisations to explore climate change and renewable energy

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The Long Goodbye

Invitation to the opening of a new art installation commemorating the Great War

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Summer on Campus

This Summer we are pleased to host a Field Sensing event on Campus, from 30 July - 1 August 2014 led by artist Anne-Marie Culhane.  You can experience this intriguing experience on a one-to-one basis or in an early morning group sensing session. Find out more and book here.

Exegesis, a poetry collective connected to the University of Exeter, will be opening a major art installation on 4 August, entitled The Long Goodbye: A Conversation Across a Century, commemorating the Great War. Through letters and postcards, a wide range of people have been invited to send a message back to people in 1914 and the installation is the result.  All are invited to the opening at Reed Hall on Campus but please remember to RSVP - more details here.

Summer is a great time to visit the University's beautiful Streatham Campus.  Come onto campus and see the wonderful flowers in bloom, tended by the University's dedicated Grounds Team and enjoy the sculpture collection - all free of charge.

 

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posted in Art 17/09/2013

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MARINERS WAY SCULPTURE REINCARNATED AT EDGE SCULPTURE TRAIL

posted in Art 05/09/2013

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