Visual Arts

 

Sculpture collection

 

 

Bill Douglas Cinema Museum

 

Bill Douglas Centre for the history of cinema and popular culture

 

Heritage collections

 

 

 

Visual Arts

 

The University supports the visual arts, through its extensive fine art collection and through exhibitions and events relating to the visual arts, both on its campuses and collaboratively at the venues of external partner organisations.

The University's sculpture collection at the Streatham Campus is open to all to visit, containing sculptures by artists such as Barbara Hepworth, Peter Thursby, Geoffrey Clark and Elaine M. Goodwin. The University is also developing its sculpture collection at the Cornwall Campus.

The public are also welcomed to the Bill Douglas Cinema Museum, a museum containing an enormous collection relating to the history of film and visual media.

The University's Heritage Collections can also be viewed by appointment.  These include a rich variety of archive material including historic prints and maps.

 

There is a strong student Art Society at the University which has a dedicated art studio and exhibition space.

 

The University has a small number of exhibition spaces at:

To find out about venues please click on the names above and for exhibitions go to What’s on.

 

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 Two Printmakers: Catherine Cartwright & Alison Savic  

Two Printmakers: Catherine Cartwright & Alison Savic

9th May - 8th August 2014 from 8.30am to 5.30pm

Free

We warmly invite you to the Innovation Centre for the launch of our new exhibition on Friday 9 May 5-6.30pm with an informal talk at 5.30pm - light refreshments provided. Both artists work at Exeter’s Double Elephant Print...

 The Long Goodbye: a conversation across a century 

The Long Goodbye: a conversation across a century

4th August 2014 from 5pm to 7pm

Free

On 4 August 2014, you are invited to attend the opening of the art installation The Long Goodbye: a conversation across a century part of a project commemorating the Great War.   The installation will be unveiled outside Reed Hall...