The listings below detail events which are open to University staff only, as well as events which are open to members of staff and the general public.
Wednesday 24 January, 1pm to 1.45pm
A free talk at the Weston Library offering a fascinating insight into the hundreds of thousands of, largely unrecorded, inscriptions daubed on our medieval churches, cathedrals and castles which are waiting to be read and deal with matters of faith, commerce and life and death.
Friday 26 January, 5pm - 8pm
Enjoy an evening viewing of the Imagining the Divine exhibition, attend a talk or relax after work with friends. Take in live music performances or visit the bars where food and drink will be available - all after the museum's normal closing time.
Until 18 February, 2018
Why do we think of Jesus Christ with a beard? Or Buddha as cross-legged? This unprecedented exhibition showcases some of the world’s oldest religious art from India to Ireland, and reveals how the early exchange of ideas and objects influence our thinking about the Divine today.
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For a list of academic talks open to all members of the collegiate University, see the Lectures and Seminars supplement in the Gazette.
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