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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.
An exhibition by Andrew Holmes (Professor, School of Architecture).
PROGRESS is a set of 20 hand drawn black and white realist images and texts that update John Bunyan’s allegory: The Pilgrims Progress, to the 21st century. Pilgrim’s wife is re-imagined as a female private detective driving through the sub-prime landscape of California, observing the locations of the original trials. The drawings are seen in the context of markedly sombre and austere black and white photographic prints that depict the surrounding landscape. Nature is seen as dark, intimidating, and threatening rather than benign.
The Language of Line brings together the work of three artists who stretch the boundaries of drawing and sculpture. Harriet Boardman, Ruth Broadbent and Jane Wafer share the use of line, materials, processes and a focus on the natural world. Their individual concerns and starting points have produced diverse works that generate new dialogues in this exhibition.
Celebrating ten years of the Artist Teacher Scheme MA in Education at Oxford Brookes University, this exhibition showcases individual visual enquiries from artist teachers. The Artist Teacher Scheme is a national programme of continuing professional development for art educators and provides a unique opportunity for artist teachers to be immersed in their own art, craft and design practice. Beyond Surface provides a platform for past and present artist teacher researchers to showcase a diverse range of making practices that communicate these shifting professional identities.
A showcase of undergraduate and postgraduate architecture students' work from the year.
A selection of work from the year's final degree show by Brookes' Fine Art degree students.
A showcase of designs for recent public art at Oxford Brookes, including Annie Cattrell's Resounding and a brand new commission by our alum, international artist Saad Qureshi. This exhibition will form part of an official launch of our public art, including the new Oxford Brookes Student Art Collection.
Audiograft is Oxford's annual festival of Experimental Music and Sound Art. This year Audiograft features laptop artists from Montreal, improvisors from Berlin and sound artists from Brussels alongside work by researchers from the Sonic Art Research Unit (SARU).
What does 'home' mean to you? Love? Security? Family? Belonging? Identity? or Loss? Fear? This exhibition is the centrepiece of the 15th annual Oxford Human Rights Festival, and features artwork that explores themes of home in the UK and abroad, including work made in response to the 'refugee crisis' in Europe. Presented by students on the Development and Emergency Practice Masters programme within the School of Architecture as part of the Festival.
A Hayward Touring exhibition from Southbank Centre, London, of French photographer Claude Cahun’s elusive self-portraits. Claude Cahun (1894-1954) is best known for her original and enigmatic photographic self-portraits. Decades ahead of its time, her work played with perceived gender roles and identity, concerns that are still as current and pertinent in today’s world as ever. Beneath This Mask is drawn from the Claude Cahun Archive at Jersey Heritage and contains photographic works that have rarely been seen in the UK.
A collaborative exhibition presented to the Glass Tank by the Department of History, Philosophy and Religion with the Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum and the Centre for Hidden Histories at the University of Nottingham.