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A new exhibition of photographic works examines the College's modernist architecture and legacy as a monument to Sir Winston Churchill.

Churchill College will be hosting a new exhibition of photographs by Sam Laughlin as part of its 50th anniversary celebrations.
Architecture as Monument, which runs from 8-24 March, focuses on the modernist architecture of the College and its status as the national and Commonwealth memorial to Sir Winston Churchill. The project explores the themes of living memorials, monument and modernism.
Further information on Churchill's 50th anniversary can be found on the College's website.


25 February 2013