Tue
Oct 13 2009 6:24pm

Steampunk has taken over Oxford

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, monsters of all ages, come one, come all, to the glorious and spectacular Steampunk Art Exhibition opening today at the Museum of the History of Science at Oxford. See some of the best that the world of steampunk art has to offer, housed in the beautiful Ashmolean Building. This historic event was devised by its curator, one of the world’s greatest artists in his own right, Art Donovan, whose wonder and talent can be seen in this very show. Dear readers, an interview with Mr. Donovan will follow, but only after some of you have seen the show.

Now, you’re asking yourself: “What wonders will I see at this once-in-a-lifetime, first-of-its-kind show at Oxford?”

 

steampunkmuseumexhibition.blogspot.com

 

Stephane Halleux- Belgium
Tom Banwell- U.S.
Molly “Porkshanks” Friedrich- U.S.
Datamancer- U.S.
Doctor Grymm- U.S.
Daniel Proulx- Canada
Eric Freitas- U.S.
Haruo Suekichi- Japan
Herr Doktor- U.K.
Thomas D. Willeford- U.S.
Amanda Scrivener- U.K.
James Richardson Brown- U.K.
Jesse Newhouse- U.S.
Jos De Vink- Netherlands
Kris Kuksi- U.S.
Mad Uncle Cliff- Australia
Vianney Halter- Switzerland
Art Donovan- U.S.
The Museum of the History of Science,
The University of Oxford, U.K.

So, my fair readers, drive, walk, fly, swim if you must, all the way to Ashmolean Building at the Museum of the History of Science, Oxford, in the lovely land of England. If you wish for a permanent remembrance of this historic event, available at the museum is a gold CD-R that holds 94 pages of never-before-seen artwork, live links to the very best of steampunk on the Internet, and incredible ground-breaking essays by G. D. Falksen, Jeff VanderMeer, and Simone Gray.

This is truly an event to be noted, spoken about and seen!

Do not miss out.


Evelyn Kriete is an artist, event organizer and promoter. She has been in advertising and marketing for over ten years. Anyone interested in learning more about her or her projects should see her blog: jaborwhalky.livejournal.com/profile

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5 comments
jonathandanz
1. jonathandanz
I'll hop in my gyropter directly.
nat ward
2. smonkey
and while there visit the
"Pitt Rivers Museum",
one of the greatest museums ever.

Its so darn 19th century steampunky great
it makes me almost cry to think of it.

Here's an awe inspiring 3d virtual tour thingy of it

http://www.chem.ox.ac.uk/oxfordtour/pittrivers/map.html

check it out and be awed,
cry at its distance from wherever you are.
jonathandanz
3. NomadUK
cry at its distance from wherever you are.

It's about 10 miles from me, actually, and it's brilliant.

I'll have to head down to the Ashmolean this weekend and check out the exhibit!
jonathandanz
4. Kathryn Smith
Datamancer and Dr. Grymm = 2 of my faves. Lots of talented people going to be at Oxford, and I'm not!
jonathandanz
5. NomadUK
And, for those of you who can't be here, here's what it looks like on the outside, on the Saturday of the University's matriculation day, so you also get to enjoy the sight of Oxford students in their academic uniforms, wandering about.

http://i877.photobucket.com/albums/ab340/tanruuk/SteamPunk.png

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