Over the summer of 2015, Christ Church Library will host an exhibition of Lewis Carroll photographs. This exhibition will navigate the medium's early history, bringing together a selection of photographs from the Library's archives, as well as (on loan) from an extensive private collection.
Updated: Friday 26th June 2015 12:24
Copper Impressions: Printmakers & Publishing in the 18th Century
The exhibition illustrates what might have been printed on the wooden intaglio rolling press, at present located in the Upper Library.
Updated: Tuesday 19th May 2015 16:19
Workshops on a Copper Plate Rolling Press
Updated: Monday 22nd June 2015 18:32
Dr Dean Jobin-Bevans (Lakehead University, ON Canada)
What the Sources Reveal: A closer look at the Litany attributed to Thomas Tallis
The Upper Library at Christ Church
Monday, 16 February 2015, at 5.15 pm
Updated: Friday 6th February 2015 17:11
This new exhibition presents selected works of William Wake’s extensive numismatic library, 18th and 19th century casts of coins, electrotypes, and, in collaboration with the Ashmolean Museum, original coins from his collection.
Updated: Monday 5th January 2015 18:21
A selection of Alice Liddell’s sketches and watercolours (some from the 1872 Grand Tour of France & Italy). On display are also travel and engagement diaries and 19th century photographs.
Updated: Friday 18th July 2014 12:35
This new exhibition open in the Upper Library at Christ Church aims at revealing how widespread pagan and Christian imagery about monsters and ethereal beings is. The exhibition will be opened by Professors Martin Kemp and Marina Warner.
Updated: Tuesday 21st January 2014 23:31
As the Upper Library still features the fully functional 'one-pull press', we are fortunate to be able to continue offering workshops on the history of early printing.
Updated: Wednesday 7th January 2015 10:43
This exhibition, curated by Cristina Neagu, together with Rowena Archer and David Rundle, highlights the process of creating new books during the period of transition from manuscript to print.
Updated: Wednesday 11th December 2013 15:11
This exhibition, curated by Janet McMullin and Cristina Neagu, invites the viewer to explore the realm of nonsense poetry in the works of Lewis Carroll. On this occasion we have selected material focusing on Father William, Jabberwocky and the Walrus and the Carpenter.
Updated: Wednesday 18th December 2013 12:08