As part of its 50th anniversary celebrations, Keynes College has commissioned a series of photographic portraits showcasing the diversity of staff and students comprising the Keynes community during 2018-2019. The portraits are on display in Keynes Atrium throughout June and July.
Photographer Daniel Denise and artist Rémi Malingrëy conceived the portraits. Each sitter talked about something that defined them or was important to them and Rémi captured this in the emblematic cartoon that each of them is holding for the camera.
Why not pop down to the Atrium and see if you can spot a few familiar faces?
The ‘We are Keynes’ exhibition will be on in the Atrium until the end of July, followed by a permanent display in the corridor upstairs next to the Teaching Foyer.
This exhibition is alongside a display of the shortlisted entries to our ‘Life in Keynes’ photo competition which is also part of the 50th Anniversary celebrations.
Keynes College opened its doors to its first cohort of students in September 1968, the third
college to do so.
Fifty years later, the college welcomes over 600 students living in college accommodation and
a further 500 in the additional student residences built in the Parkwood development. It has
also become home to the School of Psychology, the School of Economics and most of Student
Services and houses the popular Dolche Vitae and KBar venues.
Chloé Gallien, Master of Keynes and Bethany Chater, Master’s Office and College Support Coordinator