The University of Exeter's Arts and Culture programme is taking a new approach to art commissions around our campuses.
We have commissioned Sea Post Press to produce a publication of poetry and new writing about the 'Ope' (or Cornish alley)
Working with Kaleider, we have commissioned Duncan Speakman to make a digital work that helps us think about, and experience, environment in different ways.
Working with Ginkgo Projects, we have commissioned Anna Best to work with local groups to make a film about the University's main campus and a nearby new town.
London-based art radio station Resonance FM have worked with Exeter primary school children to make a playful audio work about how knowledge is changed and interpreted as it's passed on.
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.
Creative coding workshop with 2Times Do to make an 'air piano'
‘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.
Students and artists from Blind Ditch have produced and shown a new video work after inviting Exeter bus passengers to share their ‘thoughts looking sideways’ from journeys along the route D bus (which connects the city with the University’s Exeter campuses).
Arts 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.
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.
A project with the aim of engaging a wider public in the innovative work and practice of academic-artistic collaboration at the University of Exeter.
Pandora Mond, Leverhulme artist in residence in the Astrophysics Department at the University of Exeter 2014-15.