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Art at Pembroke
THE JCR ART COLLECTION
Pembroke College was the first of the Oxford Colleges to have an art collection owned by its JCR, which is displayed in the modern Pembroke Art Gallery.
The JCR Art Collection is a focal point of the College and public openings, exclusive exhibitions and speaker events are regularly hosted.
The Collection was set up in 1947 by undergraduate Anthony Emery and is now considered one of the best collections of post World War II paintings in the country.
Find out more about opening times, the history of the Collection and current events at www.pembrokejcrart.org
Our students' artistic talents are celebrated at Pembroke. Information about annual prizes for student artwork is available here.
The JCR Art Fund has been established as a registered charity which provides money for travel and hardship grants to students, as well as for buying art to add to the Collection. Find out more here.
Artwork is also lent to students to display in their rooms.
You are invited to join the Pembroke JCR Art Fund Collection for the opening of Krikor Momdjian's first UK show at the Pembroke Art Gallery on 13th October 2016.
Members of College and the public alike are invited to browse the Pembroke JCR Art Gallery as an exciting new exhibition, 'THE ART OF OUR TIME', is open until 11th March.
The Pembroke JCR Art Fund last week announced the results of this year's George Jenkin Prize, where students are asked to produce a piece of art based on a poem - this year, 'Dream Land' by Christina Rossetti.
On Friday 29th April, painter and writer Maxim Kantor, an Honorary Fellow of Pembroke College, will be giving a lecture in the Pichette Auditorium.