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KAHOON I/II: DO THE TWIST is a new exhibition that opened on the 10 May and runs to 30 May at SET in Bemondsey, London. It is presented by Oxford Brookes University and SET Centre and curated by Dr Alexandra Bickley Trott and Roland Fischer-Vousden.
Think opera is highbrow? Think again. Professor Alexandra Wilson’s new book considers the place of opera in the 1920s ‘battle of the brows’.
An Oxford Brookes academic has taken part in a series of interviews as part of the media’s coverage for Remembrance Day.
Annie Le Santo, who graduated from Oxford Brookes University this year, has been selected to have a solo exhibition at Modern Art Oxford.
Digital Media Production students at Oxford Brookes University have created a promotional video for the Citizens Advice Bureau which has been screened on the Oxford Bus Company’s network this week.
Oxford City Council has agreed to Oxford Brookes’ plans for a new building on the Headington Hill site of our Headington Campus.
A graduate in Fine Art from Oxford Brookes University is one of five finalists in the running for the Artists’ Collecting Society (ACS) Studio Prize 2018.
The University recently learnt the sad news that Dr Leonard McComb has passed away at the age of 87.