Monday - Friday 9.30am-7pm Closed for a public holiday Friday 3 June.
Over the past two years the pandemic has prevented most of us from travelling. At the same time, we are becoming increasingly aware of the environmental impact of travel. This exhibition presents an opportunity to see the world remotely through the creative eyes of previous travellers over the past 200 years – artists who used different cultural experiences as inspiration for their work, though often seen through a western, colonial viewpoint. The exhibition also features a range of traditional and modern designs from other parts of the world – from Korean ceramics to Scandinavian textiles and beyond.
All of the objects and artworks on display are drawn from the University’s own Museum Collections.
You can book a free ticket on Eventbrite, or just drop in. If you would also like to visit the exhibition in the Tower Foyer Gallery, there is no need to book separately for that.