Research and Cultural Collections hosts an exciting public programme of temporary exhibitions in the Rotunda Gallery. Located in the Grade I listed Aston Webb Building at heart of Chancellor’s Court, the Rotunda Gallery is free and open to all to discover our unique collections and collaborative projects with contemporary artists in this spectacular setting. Each exhibition is accompanied by a dynamic programme of events including tours, talks and creative workshops.
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The following interpretive guides allow you to discover the collections dispersed around campus at your own pace. Discover something new about a familiar campus sight or get some exercise with a cultural focus.
The Campus Sculpture trail allows you to explore the range of styles, subjects and shapes of sculpture on the University’s Edgbaston campus.
Eduardo Paolozzi Trail
The Eduardo Paolozzi trail introduces you to the prolific sculptor, printmaker, collector and teacher, whose work explores a life-long fascination with popular culture, science and technology.
Blue Plaque Trail
The Blue Plaque trail, modelled on schemes adopted in many British cities, celebrates those who have helped shape our heritage as a research university and showcases the University’s broad cultural offer and its range of unique museum artefacts and archives.