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A series of new sculptures by internationally acclaimed artist Alice Anderson, curated by Glass Tank Manager and Curator, Dr Joanna S Walker.
Presented by postgraduate students on the MA course in Development and Emergency Practice in the School of Architecture, for the 2016 Oxford Human Rights Festival.
An exhibition of three sculptural installations by London-based artists Denise Bryan, Joanna Sands and Silvina Soria.
An exhibition of 15 hand painted calligraphy works on paper from China to celebrate the launch of the Confucius Institute at Oxford Brookes University.
A collaborative exhibition led by students from the School of Arts and the Associate College Partnerships, working with local schools and community groups.
A collaborative exhibition between Oxford Brookes University’s BioImaging unit and the Royal Microscopical Society, with support from Carl Zeiss Ltd.
This exhibition employs moving and static images, sound and text to present a multi-layered reflection of the artists Sara Davidmann and Catherine Faulds's journey to Antarctica, informed by subjective, scientific and historic observations.
A local schools participation project. What would a Magna Carta designed by a school pupil in 2015 look like? Which rights matter to young people and how best can they be communicated?
An exhibition by undergraduate and postgraduate Architecture students showcasing their work from the year.
A selection of work from the 2015 final degree show by the University’s Fine Art (BA Hons) degree students.
An exhibition by our Associate College Partnership (ACP) at Oxford Brookes University.
Jane Grigson, who died in March 1990, remains one of the UK’s most highly regarded food writers. This exhibition will explore her life, work and influence through extracts from research notes, articles and books, some of which are from the Jane Grigson Collection in Oxford Brookes’ Special Collections’ Library.
George McBean’s work as an illustrator, film animator and former head of the UNICEF Graphics Section at their headquarters in New York, is on display as part of the 2015 Oxford Human Rights Arts Festival at Brookes.
A mixed media exhibition by students and staff from Oxford Brookes University’s Associate College Partnerships (ACPs): Reading College (part of Activate Learning) and Swindon College.
A look at the process of architecture by Design Engine Architects, the architects responsible for our campus redevelopment and new build.
How do we interpret the idea of ‘Home’ and represent it photographically?
What would you do if the place you call home was torn apart by violence? If you had to flee suddenly, what would you take with you?
Part of Brookes' contribution to Photography Oxford 2014.
A special exhibition focused on the theme of women and the prize.
A showcase of undergraduate and postgraduate architecture students' work from the year.