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Come along to Radcliffe Humanities for a fantastic night of activities for all ages, bite-sized talks, stalls and games powered by research from across the University of Oxford. There will also be a spectacular light and sound installation magnificently projected onto the original Radcliffe Infirmary. This stunning free display is based on research from across the University of Oxford and uses the latest in technology of 3D mapping and projecting onto a building by the award winning artists from the…Find out more »
This special event is dedicated to the celebration of Lincoln’s East and South East Asian communities. Expect fun for all ages with activities including: interactive workshops with the Lincoln Community Gamelan, Japanese calligraphy, delicious food, an interactive walk-through exhibition (with a kimono photo-opportunity!), followed by an evening of diverse performances in the auditorium with music, dance, poetry and more. ‘Hidden Gems’ is co-curated by Lincoln’s East and South East Asian communities. Please note: booking required for the evening performance. This…Find out more »
Traditional culture can bring people together or create barriers. Following the theme of 'Discovering Home – Scotland, Europe, World', this ceilidh (traditional gathering) will see opportunities for visitors to experience and co-create through music, story, poetry, dance and seasonal customs, in an ambience of ‘radical hospitality’ and inclusion; bridging divides between cultures, mentalities and research disciplines. Expect to be surprised, and get involved, in an evening of entertainment and exploration! Hosted by Heriot-Watt University's Intercultural Research Centre, the event will draw…Find out more »
Join us in the new Dundee Comics Creative Space for the launch of the latest comic book produced during this year's festival, comprising the artworks of local artists and competition winners. Sea monsters, sailors, selkies, and more - the sea is truly a site of terrors and wonders! Professor Chris Murray will open with a quick illustrated talk on a history of water-world comics such as Aquaman. Then certificates and complementary comics will be presented to competition winners. An exhibition…Find out more »
We often hear stories about refugees, but it is not often that we get to listen to stories told by refugees in their own words. And it is not often that we shift the focus from the stories themselves to the process of listening. What does it mean to really listen? Join an afternoon storytelling event in Waltham Forest, and listen to migrants, refugees and asylum seekers sharing their stories and inviting you to share yours. The room will be…Find out more »