Diffraction is a collaboration between second year Fine Arts students at Arts University Bournemouth and the Oxford Structural Genomics Consortium. The launch event will take place at the RSL on Wednesday 28 March – details are at https://www.facebook.com/events/570756029969419/. The exhibition will continue until 17 June.
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Many thanks to all who supported the Edible Book Festival today despite the difficult weather conditions! Here are all the entries and winners. There are also some 360 degree photos at https://www.flickr.com/photos/144464434@N06/albums/72157690979994472
On Thursday 1 March the Radcliffe Science Library will be holding our 3rd Annual Edible Book Festival to mark World Book Day!
This event is free and open to any member of University – students, staff (including Bodleian Libraries staff) – and external readers. Everyone is invited to enter their book-themed culinary creations by bringing them to the RSL Lounge between 9am and 11am on Thursday 1 March.
What is an edible book?
Edible Books are art pieces composed of food that are ‘bookish’, i.e. based on and represent a book title, a book cover, a character, a plot element or theme, or any other attribute or characteristic directly associated with a book, including its form.
What will happen at the event?
All entries will be exhibited, documented, then eaten!
The timetable for the day is:
- 9-11am Drop off entries
- 11am-1pm Viewing and voting
- 1pm Awards and refreshments
Prizes will be awarded in a number of categories:
- Most Creative
- Most Fun
- Most Bookish
- People’s Choice
Even if you don’t have time to make your own edible entry, please join us in admiring and tasting the creations – and vote for your favorite. The entry with the most votes will be awarded the People’s Choice award.
At 1pm everyone will grab forks and we will “eat our own words”!
Take a look at last year’s entries (http://blogs.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/science/2017/03/06/edible-book-festival-2017-the-entries/) or simply Google ‘edible book festival’ and you will find dozens of fantastic examples.
Remember, you don’t need to be an expert chef. If you’ve got a great idea for an entry, we want to see it!
For more information or to register an entry contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The rules and an entry form can be found at https://tinyurl.com/EBF18rules.
The Radcliffe Science Library will be open to the public as part of Oxford Open Doors (organised by the Oxford Preservation Trust) on Saturday 9 September 2017, 10am – 1.45pm. Details are at http://www.oxfordpreservation.org.uk/events/open-public-radsci-0.
Please note that we will be open to readers as normal 10am to 2pm.
Insight, an Art/Science collaboration between Arts University Bournemouth and SGC Oxford, will launch an exhibition in the RSL Entrance Hall on Thursday 30th March – details are at https://www.facebook.com/events/410057399340503/.
See https://twitter.com/insightaub and https://www.instagram.com/insight_aub/ for updates!
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Many thanks to all the entrants, judges and others involved in organising the Edible Book Festival. Photos: Ollie Bridle and Catherine Dockerty