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The University launches its Arts and Culture Strategy, with the aim of 'Activating Creativity' across all colleges and campuses.
Applications are invited for three exploratory placements for creative practitioners at the University of Exeter, to work in interdisciplinary contexts. Closing date for applications is Thursday 21 March 2019.
Artist Naomi Hart has been creating opportunities to explore how art and science can benefit each other to increase our understanding of the world around us.
‘Creative Dialogues’ is a series of ‘in-conversation’ events, bringing high-profile leaders from across the creative arts, journalism and the creative industries to Exeter.
Sarah Campbell has been appointed as the University of Exeter’s first Associate Director for Arts and Culture.
The University of Exeter's Arts and Culture programme is taking a new approach to art commissions around our campuses.
The University of Exeter is excited to announce it first Arts and
Culture Fellows. Following an amazing response the artist Tania Kovats and the designer and educator Nick Green of OnOff will be working with the Global Systems Institute and the University's Education Incubator, respectively.
The Observatory: perspectives on landscape, society and spirit, was an exhibition that showed a series of forty artworks inspired by research at the University, created by artists from across the South West.
Creative coding workshop with 2Times Do to make an 'air piano'
Art Week Exeter are working with us to perform part of a piece of music designed to play for a thousand years. Alongside the work we will be presenting a conversation with the artist and invited guests exploring non-human scale.
A one-day symposium exploring the purpose and practice of place-based contemporary arts commissioning. Led by stewardship organisations National Trust, Forestry Commission England, Canal & River Trust and Churches Conservation Trust in partnership with Exeter University. Supported by Arts Council England.
The Bill Douglas Cinema Museum has a huge collection of lantern slides, some of which are on display in the Museum on the Streatham Campus. Others can be seen in digital format on the Museum’s website.