An Edge Hill academic has been awarded a prestigious Honorary Research Fellowship ahead of a major exhibition on the femme fatale.
A photography exhibition documenting the plight of the Rohingya refugees currently seeking refuge in Bangladesh will be on display at Edge Hill University from today, 29th May until 9th June.
A major exhibition exploring the little-known story of more than 1000 Chinese sailors repatriated from Liverpool opens at Birkenhead’s Williamson Art Gallery on 10 February.
Professor Roger Shannon, who studied in Birmingham’s Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies has helped produce an exhibition to mark the fiftieth anniversary of its establishment.
A new photography exhibition, The Motorway Service Station as a Destination in its Own Right, will open at Edge Hill University Arts Centre on Friday, 30 May 2014.
Watch highlights from the hugely successful event at edge Hill university with much-loved author Frank Cottrell Boyce reading from his award-winning book The Unforgotten Coat.
Edge Hill University’s Arts Centre is showcasing photojournalist Si Barber’s poignant insight into the hardships faced by British people in the wake of the global financial crisis.
A series of tragi-comic images highlighting the ageing dancer and cultural obsessions with youth will be unveiled at Edge Hill University’s Arts Centre this month.