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University of Bath Researchers take part in multimedia exhibition on campus

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The Fantastical Multimedia Pop-Up Project has opened at The Edge, with virtual reality experiences, digital artworks and commissioned pieces exploring 3D printing, Motion Capture and Artificial Intelligence. Alongside work from the Zabludowicz Collection and design duo Unit Lab, University of Bath researchers are presenting the latest in new thinking and…

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Visions of Science Art Bursaries Announced

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Eight artists have been selected to work in collaboration with researchers from University of Bath’s Faculty of Science to create new works this summer.         The UK artists will be awarded £1000 bursaries to realise projects depicting, reflecting on or utilising modern day scientific phenomena as studied…

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Pee Wee Ellis, in coversation with Ian Shaw - goes out this week on JAZZ FM (UK)

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Tune in to JAZZ FM (UK) at 6pm, Friday 15 June 2018 International musician and composer Pee Wee Ellis, who mentored our students towards the excellence showcase Platform this year, returned to campus on the 26 May to be interviewed by jazz singer Ian Shaw about his life and times.…

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Visions of Science Art Prize and Bursaries

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Music & Chess at The Edge Arts Cafe

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Great Way To Spend a Friday Lunchtime! Spring Series 09/02/18 - 04/05/18 The Edge Arts’ Lunchtime Sessions at the University of Bath seem to bring out the best in everything: great music, great food and drink, and, most importantly, great company. Attendees of the penultimate session of the semester were lucky…

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A Review of "How to be a Critic" with Mark Fisher

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Last week we were joined by Guardian theatre critic Mark Fisher in the Fine Art Studio. Mark introduced the principles of arts criticism and discussed the demands of the job. Here's a review of the session by EAC Advisory Board Member Sam Lamont: A certain air of apprehension was tangible…

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