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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:
The Special Collections & Archives department at Oxford Brookes University has received £36,786 from The National Archives as part of its Archives Revealed initiative. The work that has received the funding is titled Blues off the record: cataloguing the Paul Oliver archive.
An online interdisciplinary exhibition titled Flow opens today as a collaboration between Oxford Brookes University and Modern Art Oxford. The exhibition will take place from 4 September to 11 October.
An international conference focusing on film will be the first event held by the new Oxford Brookes Centre of Research in the Arts (CoRA).