Paddon Award 2015

Get creative for this year's prize-winning arts competition. Open to students, staff and alumni.

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Sculpture Collection

Enjoy a visit to the Sculpture Collection on Streatham Campus. You can now download a Sculpture Walk guide.

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Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra

BSO Concert Season 2014/2015 at the University's Great Hall

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Heritage Collections

Heritage Collections at the University of Exeter

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On The Horizon: Arts and Culture in 2015

As 2014 comes to a close, we all begin to wonder what the coming year holds in store. Here are some of our  reccomendations, from the fresh and exciting programme of cultural events and activites, coming up on campus in 2015 . . .

The Exeter Northcott Theatre will be kicking off their Spring Season with a string of brilliant productions across music, comedy, dance and drama. Featuring appearances from top comedians such as Richard Herring and Simon Amstell, and not to forget a new touring production of the nation's favourite play The History Boys.

There will also be a number of concerts from the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra 's new season at the University's Great Hall.

If you're a creative student, staff or alumnus, why make not make 2015 the year you finally enter an arts competition? Entries are already trickling in for Arts and Culture's Paddon Award 2015, and you still have plenty of time to start making your piece! Whether it's a musical composition,a work of visual art or a piece of creative writing, seize this opportunity to explore your creative side, and begin the new year as you mean to go on.


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