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The importance of photos and sharing them on social media for 60 - 90 year olds has been highlighted by a team of Oxford Brookes University academics.
An Oxford Brookes graduate has been selected for an award which recognises the most outstanding emerging visual artists.
Recent BA Fine Art graduate Christoph Jones has been awarded the Individual Art Prize at this year’s Free Range exhibition.
A radical piece of art from celebrated aeronautical engineer turned artist Frank Malina, has been returned to its previous working glory following a restoration project at Oxford Brookes University.
The Faculty of Technology, Design & Environment (TDE) Research Student Conference took place on 16 May 2019. PhD students presented their research, displayed posters and gave performances. The event included participants from the School of Engineering, Computing & Mathematics, School of Arts, School of Architecture and School of Built Environment.
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.