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The Oxford Brookes 2019 degree show PEEL is an exciting and stimulating collection of work from a diverse group of artists. The work spans from political to personal and covers a wide range of disciplines.
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.
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.
Artists Luke Skiffington and Jan Crombie will lead an informal walk-through of their exhibition 'Blue Screen' followed by a panel discussion featuring other artists, curators and special guests.
An exhibition of contemporary painting by artists Luke Skiffington and Jan Crombie.
An interim exhibition of work from students undertaking the Master of Fine Art programme in the School of Arts.
An exhibition of The Palestinian History Tapestry presented by The Glass Tank in the Lab space. The Palestinian History Tapestry illustrates the history of the land of Palestine, from the Neolithic era to the present. It has been made by Palestinian women within and outside Palestine, many of them in refugee camps across the Middle East.
The Glass Tank presents an exhibition of photography by Adrian Bradshaw in association with the Confucius Institute at Oxford Brookes University. The photographs reveal three decades worth of documenting the transformation of China as the vast nation reformed and opened up to the world.
ATLAS is an interactive and scenographic exhibition in which the work sits between digital and visual arts. For this exhibition, the Glass Tank will host a mixture of real models and an interactive virtual world.
An exhibition to showcase 60 years of contemporary Chinese woodblock printmaking from the Heilongjiang Provincial Museum of Art in China.
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).