Arts & Culture 2017-10-01T12:42:42+00:00

Arts & Culture


Michaelmas 2017: Arts and Culture Officer is one of the positions up for Election in Michaelmas Term 2017. If you are interested in promoting the arts at Kellogg, consider running!  If you have any questions about the role, please contact Claire Macht. claire.macht@kellogg.ox.ac.uk

 


Sung Eucharist – at Magdalen College

During Welcome Weeks, the MCR will lead a trip to the exquisite chapel at Magdalen College for Sung Eucharist on Sunday the 8th of October 2017. We will meet in the foyer at Kellogg College, leaving promptly at 10.25. The service is at 11.00 and a free hot lunch is served afterwards (the hot lunch is once a term so this is worth attending 🙂

Kellogg’s Short Book Book Club

Meeting termly, and promising never to make our members read a book over 200 pages long, the chosen book for Michaelmas 2017 is China Mièville’s The City & The City. The Club will meet on October 4 at 19:00.

The second meeting of Michaelmas Term will take place December 4, 19:00 and the book under discussion is the 2017 International Booker Prize Winner A Horse Walks into a Bar by David Grossman.

All college members welcome. Just turn up. For more information email Tara Stubbs (tara.stubbs@kellogg.ox.ac.uk) or Emily Parker (emily.parker@kellogg.ox.ac.uk)

Kellogg College’s Arts Week (Week 8 , November 26 to December 2, 2017)

Kellogg holds an annual Arts Week to celebrate the talent and enthusiasm of the Kellogg community in the visual and performing arts. If you are interested in getting involved with Arts Week, please contact Claire Macht claire.macht@kellogg.ox.ac.uk.

Music Practice Facilities

The College has a wonderful Yamaha Grand Piano in the dining hall, which has a rich and romantic tone. The piano can be used by College Members when the dining hall is not in use for other events. Kellogg operates an informal booking system which is located at reception; key access is required to use the piano.