Master’s students launch ten-day arts festival in Oxford
Thursday, 15 September 2016
Master’s students studying Interdisciplinary Arts Practices at Oxford Brookes University are opening a unique festival of contemporary art, social sculpture and sonic art in Oxford today (15 September).
The free festival, titled [inside] OUTSIDE, will span ten-days and include two exhibitions, one on Social Sculpture at Fusion Arts at East Oxford Community Centre (16-25 September) and the second on Contemporary Art at OVADA (20-25 September) in the city centre. From the exhibitions, visitors will be directed to pieces of work displayed at other locations across the city.
The festival is opening with a film and performance evening at Modern Art Oxford on Thursday 15 September.
Master’s student Gary Charles, who is one of the artists exhibiting during the festival said: “There is a broad diversity of practice among the artists taking part in the festival and exhibitions. Hopefully this will mean there is something for everyone to experience, while also serving to reflect the multidisciplinary nature of the programme at Brookes.”
Hopefully this will mean there is something for everyone to experience, while also serving to reflect the multidisciplinary nature of the programme at Brookes.Gary Charles, MA Interdisciplinary Arts Practices student, Oxford Brookes University
The variety of work which will be on display will include installation, sculpture, performance, sonic art, public intervention, social and ecological justice projects, film, interactive work, poetry and more.
The students who will be exhibiting their work are a mix of emerging and established artists and experienced activists.
The full programme and more details about the festival, including profiles of the exhibiting artists, can be found at www.insideoutsidebrookes.com.
More information about studying a postgraduate degree in arts can be found on the University’s School of Arts webpages.