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Welcome to the Exhibition Space

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About us

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.

Visit us

All of our exhibitions are free and open to all.

Monday-Wednesday – 10.00-6.00

Thursday – 10.00-8.30

Friday-Sunday – 10.00-6.00

Address: Davison Building, Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham, Surrey, TW20 0EX

 

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Contact us
Email harriet.oneill@rhul.ac.uk
Tel +44 (0)1784 276267

 

Hidden/Revealed opens on Monday 18th March. The show will be accompanied by a series of short talks, ‘Talking Triptychs,’ delivered by our exhibitors every Thursday between 1 and 1.30 in the Exhibition Space.

28th September - Father John Dickson, Catholic Chaplain & Liz Gloyn, Lecturer in Classics

5th October - Laszlo Bogre, Professor in Plant Molecular Cell Biology & Gerard Clough, Norlene Conway and Silke Placzeck, CeDAS

12th October - Moreton Moore, Emeritus Professor of Physics & Harriet Costelloe, College Archivist

26th October - Zena Kamash, Lecturer in Roman Archaeology & Harry Adams. LGBTQ+ Representative 2016-2017 and BSc Biological Sciences

Our talks, like our exhibitions, are free and open to all. No need to book

 
 
 
 

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