Exhibitions

  • Exhibitions provide the space to visually display the results of extensive research in a range of venues. These may be held at Oxford Brookes, in Oxford city centre, or beyond. From business to healthcare and from art to engineering, students from any discipline can give their research valuable exposure through participating in exhibitions, and utilise the opportunity to develop professional networks.

    Exhibitions can be extracurricular or tied to the curriculum. Some are even student-led. Students from Oxford Brookes have displayed their work at “Free Range” in London, the Bristol Artists Book Event, and many more exhibitions. For example:

    The Fine Art Degree Show is held annually on campus as well as in and around Oxford to display the research outcomes of final year Fine Art students. Students also produce an exhibition catalogue of the wide ranges of pieces on show.

    Reinventing Research: The Messy Process was an exhibition held in 2015 at the Glass Tank Gallery at Brookes in which students from the Associate College Partnership provided a glimpse into the often publicly unacknowledged journey made along the path of research. The exhibits revealed the thought processes and idea development of students from various disciplines, including graphic design, business and communication, health and social care, and early childhood studies.

    Bees and Weeds was an artists’ intervention and exhibition held across a number of Oxford venues. Bees and Weeds was an interdisciplinary project which involved research into the dependence on wild bees for food production in Britain and their dwindling numbers. Students published their findings in an exhibition which advocated the conservation of biodiversity.

    Exhibitions
    Exhibitions