Welcome to the Exhibition Space
Royal Holloway’s new exhibition space occupies a central position within the Emily Wilding Davison Building.
Our 2017/2018 programme features four exhibitions ranging from suffrage to digital art. While our shows address a variety of subject matters and explore a diverse range of media, they all originate in some way from the resources and energy that make Royal Holloway so special, and have in common clear academic and artistic integrity.
We work hard to make our exhibitions accessible and relevant to all of our audiences through talks, activities and other public engagement strategies. The Exhibition Space is also intended to support teaching activity at Royal Holloway.
All of our exhibitions are free and open to all.
If you are coming by car you will need to register your vehicle at least 24 hours in advance in order to park on our campus.
Monday to Wednesday: 10am - 6pm
Thursday: 10am to 8.30pm
Friday to Sunday: 10am to 6pm
- 15/01/2018 - 17/03/2018
- Emily Wilding Davison Building, Windsor Auditorium Building
- The provision of women's education provides a unique insight into the campaign for Suffrage. Archival material from Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, including commentaries by students and staff in the form of diaries, magazines and letters, charts the reception of both Suffrage and the Suffragettes in the Colleges and beyond. Loans from the Museum of London and Women's Library, including hunger strike medals and sashes, position the College material in the wider context of the campaign for women's rights. The exhibition culminates in an examination of what the Representation of the People Act really meant and for whom.
- 23/04/2018 - 14/07/2018
- Exhibition Space Davison Building
- Digital Forest, a new installation by media artist Madi Boyd forms part of an ongoing collaboration between the artist and cognitive scientist Professor Polly Dalton. Boyd's multi-sensory moving image installation is informed by the latest attention research and includes sculptural forms, tactile encounters and multiple projections.
If you have any questions please email Harriet O'Neill
or call +44 (0)1784 276267