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Talented artists from Oxford Brookes University will have their creative work put on public display at a contemporary art exhibition.
Following a three-year gap due to the pandemic, it has today been announced that the Oxfordshire Creative Industries Showcase will return next month, with the event set to highlight one of the most-vibrant and successful sectors in the county.
An Oxford Brookes University Fine Art student has won a prestigious international art competition that will see her work feature on the cover of a world-leading Opera House’s tour programme.
As movie theatres reopen across North America, there may be no better way to celebrate than enjoying the supercharged velocity and furious feel-good bromance of F9: The Fast Saga, directed by Justin Lin.
Dr Aaron Williamson, a contemporary artist and Research Fellow in Fine Art at Oxford Brookes University, has had his work acquired by the Government Art Collection.
In a unique meeting of academia, industry and creative professionals the inaugural Creative Industries Festival from Oxford Brookes University, running 4–27 May, is a month long exploration of how the creative industries can shape our lives, now and in the future.
A diverse range of languages and communication styles used in Oxfordshire will be highlighted in a new exhibition called Sign Symbol Sound. An open call for artworks is launched today, 12 April 2021, and will run until 21 June 2021.
Professor Anne-Marie Kilday, Pro Vice-Chancellor of Student and Staff Experience at Oxford Brookes University, writes: