Luxmuralis Son et Lumière: Talking Maps 

18th November 2018, Old School Quad, Bodleian Library

Luxmuralis Son et Lumière: Talking Maps 

When: Sunday 18th November 7.00pm - 9.30pm

Where: Old Schools Quad, Broad Street, OX1 3BG

(Access via the gates in Catte Street or Radcliffe Square)

This is a FREE event.

Everyone welcome

Come to the Bodleian’s Old Schools Quad to experience a spectacular light display projected onto the library's historic buildings, designed from images from its Special Collection materials.  

Projection artists Luxmuralis, in partnership with Fusion Arts, bring the incredible map collections of the Bodleian Library to life as a grande finale to this year's Christmas Light festival alongside the 'Undiscovered Oxford' of the Oxford University Gardens, Libraries and Museums -  Bodleian Libraries with the Museum of Natural History, the Pitt Rivers Museum, and the Museum of the History of Science.

The Old School gift shop will be open for Christmas shopping.

Part of three nights of spectacular Son et Lumière across the city for Oxford's Christmas Light Festival Illuminating Oxford 2018.

Luxmuralis Son et Lumière: Hidden 

(Friday 7.00pm - 9.30pm at the Museum of Natural History)

Luxmuralis Son et Lumière: Imagine Peace

(Saturday 7.00pm - 9.30pm at the Church of St. Mary the Virgin)

Presented by Luxmuralis and Fusion Arts.

A partnership with Oxford University's Gardens, Libraries and Museums, the Museum of Natural History, the Pitt Rivers Museum, Bodleian Libraries, The Museum of the History of Science, the Multaka : Oxford Project  and the Church of St Mary the Virgin.

Supported by Oxford City Council

Supported by the University Church of St Mary the Virgin

Supported using public funding by Arts Council England

Family Friendly

Wheelchair Access

Outdoor Event

Free Event

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Oxford's Christmas Light Festival is brought to you by:

Oxford City Council, St. Aldates Chambers, Oxford OX1 1DS

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