Arts and Culture Summer 2017
A huge variety of arts and culture events are on offer this Summer. On 10 May, Professor Will Higbee gives his inaugural lecture Cinéma-monde: The Transnational Reach of Moroccan Cinema. All are welcome to attend.
On 17 May, get inspired by the story of the the Women's Coxless Crew who sailed across the Pacific - you can see a film of their achievements followed by a discussion with the team themselves.
On 18 May join in the 350th anniversary celebrations of Paradise Lost with keynote speaker Milton Scholar Professor Eric C. Brown (University of Maine)
The Exeter Northcott Theatre's forthcoming season will be offering something for all tastes - a musical adaptation of La Strada, Othello with the Tobacco Factory, and English Touring Opera's Tosca, to name but a few. Check out the full Exeter Northcott Theatre programme here.
From 11 - 18 June, come to the Forum on theStreatham Campus to see The Observatory: perspectives on landscape, society and spirit, a free exhibition of selected 2D works by artists from the South West who have submitted works inspired by the University's key research themes. During the exhibition week there will be plenty of other free activities going on on campus to complement the exhibition, including a free family fun day on Saturday 17 June, 11am - 4pm, called Think..Art, which will be packed with drop-in art activities connected with research themes at the University. Keep a look-out on this website for more details.
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.
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Cinéma-monde: The Transnational Reach of Moroccan Cinema
Professor Will Higbee of the Department of Modern Languages will...