KEBLE College has launched a special exhibition to mark 40 years of co-education and the beginning of its 150th anniversary.

The installation of 28 photo portraits, in the dining hall at the Oxford University college in Keble Road, celebrates the rich diversity of the college community and is also a piece of art in its own right, with portraits ‘floating’ above the tables.

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The portrait subjects represent different genders, ethnicities, disabilities, socio-economic backgrounds and LGBTQ+ communities.

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They were nominated by their peers and all the images were taken by photographer Fran Monks.

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Subjects include Children’s Laureate Cressida Cowell, BBC Director General Tony Hall and college grounds manager Adrian Roche.