We're thrilled to announce that we are a finalist in both the Education and Arts catagories at this year's Exeter Living Awards. From commissions to creative fellowships, exhibitions to workshops and talks, it was a very busy 2019 for us and we couldn't be more proud of everything we were able to achieve.
The ESI Creative Exchange Programme is now open for proposals for projects to take place from Sep-May 2020/21. This is a great opportunity for Cornwall based artists and creative practitioners to work collaboratively with researchers at the University of Exeter's, ESI Penryn.
Emeritus Professor of English, Helen Taylor's new book explains how precious fiction is to contemporary British women readers, and how they draw on it to tell the stories of their lives.
The University launches its Arts and Culture Strategy, with the aim of 'Activating Creativity' across all colleges and campuses.
Sarah Campbell has been appointed as the University of Exeter’s first Associate Director for Arts and Culture.
The University of Exeter is excited to announce it first Arts and
Culture Fellows. Following an amazing response the artist Tania Kovats and the designer and educator Nick Green of OnOff will be working with the Global Systems Institute and the University's Education Incubator, respectively.
Student organisations put on festive performances open to everyone, to bring Christmas cheer.
Exeter has been awarded prestigious UNESCO City of Literature status, it has been announced. Exeter is the only new place in the UK to be given the status, joining 65 cities across the world to become part of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network.
Great ideas come from playing with possibilities and for 2019/2020 we have brought together three creative practitioners with three different academics and their research projects for our next set of Arts and Culture Fellowships. Taking places across our campuses, find out who they are here.