WCCEH launch events

All are invited to a series of events marking the opening of the Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health

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Queer Screens Film Series

An Art History and Visual Culture film series programmed by Dr João Florencio

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Heritage Collections

Heritage Collections at the University of Exeter

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Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra

Another great programme of musical performances in the University's Great Hall this season

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Find out What's On

Use our calendar to find out what's on. (Click Here)

Things to do for free on Campus

There are plenty of free things to do on campus.  Visit the Bill Douglas Cinema Museum (open 7 days a week except bank holidays), take a tour of the University's Sculpture Collection (weekdays), follow the Jubilee Water Walk or simply enjoy the horticultural highlights of the beautiful grounds. You can even explore an evolutionary history of plants on Campus, Windows to an Ancient World.

Promote your event

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.

Prospective Students

If you are starting at the University this Autumn, you can join a range of arts and culture-related student societies, including the Arts Society,  Photography Society, Art History and Visual Culture Society, theatre societies and a huge variety of music societies. See the full list here.




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