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Free and open to all, just pop in. Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm
Open to all, our unique exhibition space encourages visitors to engage with art and research. The Glass Tank is a University wide exhibition space that provides a vibrant exhibition programme for students, staff, alumni, visitors and the local and wider community.
The Glass Tank's varied exhibition programme showcases the talent of Oxford Brookes’ students, shares research of staff, promotes the successes of Alumni and contributes to the raising of the University’s reputation locally, nationally and internationally.
The Glass Tank is now accepting proposals for the 2019/20 exhibition programme. To submit a proposal please download and complete the form below and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Glass Tank Call for Proposals - Information and Guidelines
Exhibition Proposal Form
The Glass Tank is located in the Abercrombie building on our Headington Campus and is open 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday with no need to book.
As part of Oxford Human Rights Festival, The Glass Tank will host an exhibition around the theme of Activism. This deliberately broad topic allows us to explore issues of history, politics, identity, persecution, and free speech. The content of the exhibition will programmed by the Oxford Human Rights Festival committee, which involves students from across the University. This year they will work in collaboration with the LGBT+ Forum to develop an exciting exhibition around the theme of Art, Activism and Human Rights.04 March 2019
Join us this spring for a diverse exhibition of sculpture, photography, film and video by artists Clair Chinnery, Janice Howard and Lisa Richardson.
This exhibition will bring together individual practices of three mid-career artists providing opportunities for audiences to consider not only the social positioning of ‘women of a certain age’ but also the inner worlds of those whose lives pivot on the cusp of change, often measured through life altering events. 02 April 2019
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