Creative Conversations

Image Credit: Chris Dunseath

The Forum, University of Exeter, Exeter, Devon, EX4 4SZ

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Tuesday 13 June 2017
2 - 4pm
Opening Hours: 10am - 5pm
Booking essential
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There are lots of exciting collaborations happening across the University of Exeter between researchers and artists, but how do they come together and what are the benefits of working together? Creative Conversations is an opportunity to explore some of these issues, hear about current collaborations and will be taking place from 2-4pm on Tuesday 13 June in the Forum of the university.

Whether you're a researcher or an artist, come and hear about a number of successful joint collaborations that have already taken place. This will be followed by a time for artists and researchers interested in future collaborations to network over afternoon tea. 

This free event that is open to the public, but will be of particular interest to researchers and artists.

Places for this event are limited, so please book your place in advance.  Please click here to book online.

This event accompanies the exhibition The Observatory: perspectives on landscape, society and spirit, a series of forty artworks inspired by research at the University, created by artists from the South West, which will be on show in the Forum from 11 - 18 June 2017.

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