A packed programme this Autumn....
The Arts & Culture calendar is already packed with a stimulating programme of Arts and Culture events, both on Campus, and/or connected with research at the University.
From 12-21 November, researchers at the University of Exeter College of Humanities are contributing a series of fascinating research-led events to the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) festival Being Human. All events are free and accessible to the public; you can go to talks about magic or Exeter at the time of Poldark, listen to stories from World War I or visit an interactive theme park. Find out more about the University's Being Human festival events here.
The public are welcome to come onto Campus and watch this term's season of films, run by the student Campus Cinema. Tickets for films are only £3.50 for non-members and there are some great films to see, including Macbeth and Suffragette. To see all forthcoming films in the Campus Cinema Autumn season, click here.
All are welcome to attend this year's series of Art History and Visual Culture seminars on Campus. The programme this season will be exploring the ways in which the realm of the visual cuts across ecological debates, reflecting on what it might mean to build an oikos, a home or dwelling place, based on more ethical modes of engagement and cohabitation with the human and nonhuman other. Click here to read about forthcoming seminars in the series.
These are just a taster of events this Autumn - click on our What's On calendar for a wider range of public events on offer - from the Exeter Northcott Theatre, to the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, from conferences to exhibitions.
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)
You can also add your own event to the site (Click Here)
posted in Culture 16/11/2015
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