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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 2020/21 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.
We are proud to present Helena: Every Day Is A Morning After created by documentarian Jim Mortram as an exhibition film of his body of work Every Day Is A Morning After. The film is part of Photo Oxford 2020 and supported by Oxford Brookes University. Mortram has been working on the long form documentation for the past ten years and posting images of Helena and her testimony on his website www.smalltowninertia.co.uk .
The Glass Tank presents The World of Mind, an online exhibition of artwork by young Chinese artists aged between 6 and 28. Led by YAAE (Young Artist Art Exhibition) 2020.
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