A New Year full of arts and culture events...
Take a look at the Arts & Culture calendar for 2016 which is is already packed with a stimulating programme of Arts and Culture events, both on Campus, and/or connected with research at the University.
This January get your tickets for two excellent student productions at the Northcott Theatre - sing along to The Phantom of the Opera presented by the Exeter Footlights Society and see Angels in America - a challenging play set in 1980s New York, performed by the Exeter University Theatre Company.
Why not learn something new in 2016? Sign up for a free online course offered by the Universtiy about the British Empire and the controversies of British imperialism. Find out more here.
The Art History and Visual Culture free seminar series continues, starting with The View from Above, a seminar interrogating the ‘view from above’ as a contemporary convention of seeing.
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)
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