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Research events are a vital part of the dynamic and thriving research environment in the School of Arts.
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.
Last month Professor Shelley Sacks from Oxford Brookes University took part in the fourth TEDxUCLWomen event celebrating the remarkable achievements of women.
Dr Barbara Eichner, Senior Lecturer in Music in the School of Arts has been working on two major areas of music research.
Sound artist and Oxford Brookes lecturer Professor Ray Lee, is bringing his sound performance Ring Out to Oxford’s Christmas Lights Festival this weekend (Friday 17 - Sunday 19 November)
Dr Alexandra Wilson, Reader in Music, at Oxford Brookes University, has made a 45-minute Sunday Feature documentary for BBC Radio 3, based on her recent research into operatic life in 1920s Britain.
Award-winning composer and lecturer in Oxford Brookes University’s School of Arts, Professor Ray Lee will tour his successful sonic artwork Chorus at the George Town Festival in Penang, Malaysia throughout August.
Oxford Brookes hosts the second Student Research Conference as part of the University's Get Published! initiative.
On Friday 21 October the School of Arts had the pleasure of being in conversation with none other than Arti Shah – who is well known for her work in: Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2014) as Maz Kanata Motion Capture Double, Gonk, Gwellis Bagnoro and Creature Puppeteer. She is also known for being the on-set Rocket Racoon Performer and Stand-in for Guardians of the Galaxy (2014).