There is a mysterious mound of earth just off the beaten paths of the Whiteknights campus that when viewed all way around has the look, air and feel of a Hobbit barrow in the Shires. There is a brick entrance and a lonely shadowy gate that looks like a good habitat for bats and small birds but no other hints of its origin or use.
Reading University Gospel Choir
Children from the Palmer Academy on Northumberland Avenue have been regularly attending lunchtime concerts at Reading University over the last year. It’s clear that the children enjoy these concerts, and after a year of being exposed to a wide variety of music from a capella singing groups to string ensembles, it seemed sensible to get a child’s opinion for a change.
The old rose garden looking north
The old rose garden looking south
The old rose garden looking west
Oi! You! Gimme food!
Beech tree (I think) in winter
The Harris Garden on Reading University’s Whiteknights campus remains open throughout the winter.
Quadrangle at St Patrick’s Hall
Reading University are holding a public exhibition of their new plans to redevelop St Patrick’s Hall on Wednesday 11 January at 6pm. [Note: this exhibition has been postponed].
University of Reading
The Whiteknights Studio Trail takes place this weekend, Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 June. Venues will be open from 11am until 6pm each day and the closest to the Whitley Pump is Christ Church. This wander takes in some venues, artists and exhibits of local interest.
Cornucopia (Vanessa Farmery)
Files not found (Joe O’Donnell)
Stare II (Hannah Jones)
The University of Reading’s art department degree show Dusk showcases the diverse talents of its undergraduate and postgraduate students, featuring painting, sculpture, film, performance and installation, mostly along themes that are literally or emotionally dark.
Reading University hosts a number of music events over the summer, from final year student recitals to 24-hour musicals.