This event will explore the language and art of protest. What can history teach citizens today about using their bodies and voices in protest?
A creative writing and drawing workshop that allows participants to meet, greet and creative with their digital and algorithmic selves.
Adam Sisman, using an autobiographical thread, will explore biographical topics and issues.
The round table will consider how the life and work of the surrealist photographer Lee Miller.
10 June, 2021
An evening of performances and sharing of practice-based research from the Music Department.
Watch 'The Disappearing of Vincent Gambini' anytime on Friday 11 June. In March 2020 the tour of Vincent Gambini’s latest magic show was cancelled due to the pandemic. Made entirely in lockdown, this new film combines sleight-of-hand magic with the search for contact at a time of isolation.
The Museum of Youth culture invites you to show and share stories and photos of your youth.
“…I have woken somewhere else”: Personal Brexit narratives from Language Teachers in a UK University
This event features extracts from personal narratives which reveal the effects of the Brexit Referendum on Language Teachers in a UK HE context.