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An exhibition presented by Professor Paul Whitty and the Sonic Art Research Unit (SARU).
A showcase of undergraduate and postgraduate architecture students' work from the year.
Join Hoi Polloi artist Eleanor Monk as she introduces pulping as an artistic practice
Join Jemima Hall and be inspired to reconnect with what is beneath our feet, oneself and your fellow cobbers. Become acquainted with this ancient practice and get messy!
Join our third year Dine Art students for an exciting 'Experimental Life Drawing' workshop with a twist...
Join artist Kate Lizzy Davis for a fun day of working with clay, exploring the beautiful grotesque and the wonderful.
Join graduating Fine Art students for an afternoon of artists talks with Aaron Williamson, Erica Scourti, Joy Miessi and Music Hackspace
Join graduating Fine Art students for a tour of their exhibition 'Hoi Polloi'.
An exhibition of work from final year Fine Art degree students, continued also in the Richard Hamilton Building.
An exhibition of photography by Paul Kilsby (Senior Lecturer in Fine Art Theory, School of Arts).
Spoken word performance featuring local poets Dan Holloway and Ceri Lloyd, alongside Oxford Brookes students, celebrating LGBT+ History Month and the Oxford Human Rights Festival.
An exhibition presented by students from the School of Architecture’s MA course in Development and Emergency Practice, together with students from across the University.
A group exhibition of photography presented to the Glass Tank by Entreentre, a digital publication and podcast platform that presents diverse approaches to the tools and processes characteristic to architecture, art and spatial practices.
An interim exhibition of work from students undertaking the new Master of Fine Art programme in the School of Arts.
In this walking tour Joseph Bray will give an introduction to the history of furniture design and craft at Rycotewood spanning the last 80 years.
A panel discussion led by students of Rycotewood will explore the future of making in a digital age.
A talk and demonstration of steambending by Charlie Whinney
An exhibition celebrating 80 years of furniture design and making at Rycotewood Furniture Oxford, an internationally renowned centre of excellence that has an established reputation in the furniture industry.
As a continuation of his exhibition PROGRESS, Andrew Holmes will be talking about the influences to his work over the past 66 years.