ARTIST ROOMS Richard Long Being in the Moment marks the first collaboration between Thelma Hulbert Gallery and ARTIST ROOMS to bring the work of the renowned British sculptor and land artist, Richard Long, to East Devon.
Bacteria are everywhere. They can be found in astonishing diversity and abundance throughout most of our planet. This exhibition is part of the Environment and Sustainbility Institutes Creative Exchange Programme an extended series of art-science collaborations on the topic of UNDERWORLDS.
A series of workshops held by University of Exeter Professor Ricarda Schmidt in collaboration with Prof. Hans-Walter Schmidt-Hannis of NUI Galway and Dr. Sheila Dickson from the University of Glasgow focused on exploring how altered states of consciousness have been conceptualized in German culture.
Hidden in Plain Sight is a photographic journey into the subsurface of Cornwall’s mining heritage. This is part of an extended programme of art-science collaborations on the topic of Underworlds, hosted by the ESI Creative Exchange from January-June 2020.
A free exhibition tracing Vivien Leigh’s connections to the South West region through an exciting variety of materials from local museums including the Bill Douglas Cinema Museum, The Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Topsham Museum.
Arts and Culture Creative Fellow Bram Thomas Arnold exhibits work as part of Unbounded at the Eden Project, Cornwall.
Artist Christiane Berghoff mainly works with sustainable textiles, having studied Art and Environment at Falmouth University. For her Creative Exchange project she has been working in an area of the walled garden on the Penryn Campus, planting and nurturing a variety of plants selected for the purpose of botanically dying textiles and for their value to insect pollinators.
The message from Adib Fattal from Damascus – conveyed to you through his paintings - is a message of love, peace, tolerance and the connections that bring us together. See the exhibition in the Street Gallery, Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, University of Exeter until 20 December 2019.
Artist and printmaker Catherine Cartwright presents 'Brave New World', an exhibition which considers facial recognition technology and its possible effects on the nature of protest. Part of Arts and Culture's Urgency Commissions 2019.
An exhibition resulting from a collaboration between artists Chloe Uden and Naomi Wright with post-doctoral researcher Katie Shanks challenging the aesthetics of silicon solar PV in order to re-imagine solar panels as places for artworks of the future.
An exhibition by Professor William Gallois that explores a mystery which also constitutes a unique moment in the history of art.
Deep Materialism and Care-taking: a Study of Material Relationships for the 21st Century; an exhibition exploring the human use and abuse of the material world.
This exhibition at RAMM showcases a selection of engaging photographs featuring stories and memories of representatives from diverse cultures and backgrounds in Exeter.
- Extreme Imagination: inside the mind’s eye explores the minds eye through the work of 22 artists with aphantasia (no inner visual imagery) and hyperphantasia (its opposite).
Passion for Compassion is a University of Exeter student-led art project with the goal of increasing compassion within the local community. Visit the interactive art exhibition, open to the public, which is a culmination of this project.
This is a collaboration that artistically presents mathematical and engineering research outcomes related to ocean wave and wind energy extraction (through the use of wave and wind energy converters).
An evening of art at the University of Exeter Art Society end of year Spring Art Exhibition. Set in Reed Hall, the event will showcase a curated exhibition of work by Art Society members, following the themes of Art for a Cause, the Natural World, Light and Dark and the Open Theme. As well as art enjoy live music, a dance performance, drinks and canapes.
An exhibition based on a creative residency to imagine and reinvent ways to meet basic needs when lives are radically affected by climate change.
An exhibition about sewn-plank ships that sailed the Indian Ocean.
An exhibition of ceramics, developed as part of the ongoing Creative Exchange Programme at the The Environment and Sustainability Institute (ESI) at our Penryn campus is coming to Streatham campus.
An exhibition to celebrate the work of Cornish painter Kurt Jackson taking place at the University of Exeter's ESI building on the Penryn campus.
The exhibition is open on weekdays from 9am to 5pm.
An exhibition about the female face mask, which is a part of the traditional but disappearing material culture of the Arabian-Persian Gulf.