Religion, Art, and Community in Oxford

those who follow

Saturday and Sunday 17-18th February will be your VERY LAST CHANCE to see 'Imagining the Divine', now on at the Ashmolean. To mark the occasion, the curators of Imagining the Divine will be holding two final open days on that weekend discussing the Empires of Faith project's work on religion and material culture, the modern photography show 'Those Who Follow' (by Arturo Soto), and giving members of the University and the general public the chance to engage in our ongoing research. 

You can sign up here.

And read more about the open days here.

Days start at 11 in the Classics department, 66 St. Giles, and run to 15:30. The day includes FREE access to Imagining the Divine, Those Who Follow, lunch, and discussion with the curators of both exhibitions (Stefanie Lenk and Dominic Dalglish). The days are designed both to open up the research of the Empires of Faith project, and to push it forward as we continue to study the importance of art and material culture in relation to religion.

Students (of any level), staff, and members of the public are all welcome. If you have any particular requirements or further questions, then please contact Dominic Dalglish.


Humanities & Identities
Empires of Faith

Contact name: Dominic Dalglish
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Audience: Open to all