University of Exeter Chinese New Year celebrations are the biggest in the city and are regularly attended by over 2500 people. The celebrations are presented by the Chinese Student Scholars Association (CSSA) and supported by University of Exeter, Students Guild and Streetwise Fund.
The eagerly awaited Annual Christmas Craft Market is back!
Join in the festivities on Friday 6th of December, in the Forum from 11-3pm. Take a well-earned break from all those looming deadlines and come along.Enjoy the live music, help raise money for charity, support your friends,colleagues and fellow students in this wonderful Christmas event.
Don't miss out and support this year's Christmas craft fair!
From trawling for treasures in archives to discovering secret lives and overlooked histories, Being Human Festival is at Exeter Cathedral for a day of activities on Wednesday 20 November including a tour of medieval graffiti and a talk on the Cathedral's collections.
Ingredients come in many forms: they may be the foods that make a particular dish or cuisine, or the special insights that advance human knowledge. Taking place at Exeter Central Library, this event will explore ingredients in all their varieties.
Part of Being Human Festival 2019.
What happened when University of Exeter, Arts and Culture sent BBC radio producer Mair Bosworth and poet Fiona Benson into the wilds to learn about insects and their love songs? Join them on their journey from the Smoky Mountains of West Virginia to the meadows of Totnes in this live listening event.
As part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science 2019 join Dr Gavin Buckingham from the University of Exeter for a free talk about the nature of illusions and how our brain processes them.
A piece of visual public art at St Catherine’s Alms House, Exeter, which helps to create public awareness of the strengths and vulnerabilities of family carers, as well as giving the opportunity for their commitment to be recognised. Created by artist Leo Jamelli as a result of his Arts and Culture fellowship at the University of Exeter.
An event of performed readings and debate, allowing participants to meet some of the ‘great women’ of history originally brought to life by suffrage activists in the early twentieth century and explore the connections between the fight for suffrage and LGBTQ+ history.
Launch event for the exhibition, Masked Faces: Untold Stories from the Arabian-Persian Gulf