OXFORD iS LOOKING FOR PARTNERS
The founding of the Stephen A. Schwarzman Centre is a response to the need to bring humanities students and researchers into a closer dialogue with each other and importantly, with the wider community. The Centre will seek to break down barriers to interdisciplinary working and to cultivate unparalleled levels of public engagement with the latest research.
At the heart of the Centre will be a suite of public cultural spaces. These spaces will be situated alongside world-leading academic departments, libraries and collections, including the Bate Collection of Musical Instruments. They will enable us to host some of the world’s greatest artists, to create innovative artistic work and to nurture the creativity of the next generation.
As the building takes shape, we are looking for partners to support and fund a growing and ambitious programme of work which will be delivered in collaboration with the University and local, national and international partners.
OXFORD iS looking to the future
The Cultural Programme forms part of the Stephen A. Schwarzman Centre for the Humanities. The landmark Centre has been made possible by Stephen A. Schwarzman.