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    Hope, lost and found: kidney disease and the power of art

    An exhibition with a screening at the Brian Friel Theatre in Queen’s University Belfast. The exhibition of ‘Human Beings Being Human’ incorporates a presentation from Mr Ian Walsh, a consultant urologist and professional musician, who will share his experience of treating patients with kidney disease in relation to the the life-affirming power of art. The exhibition will also involve the screening of an act […]
  • Case studies

    Case studies If you are planning to propose a Being Human festival activity in 2018 you might find it useful to refer to the case studies below, which offer examples of best practice, as well as tips and hints from organisers from previous festivals. Ladies of quality wikithon Foundling Museum (Open Call pathway) Singing les roastbeef British Academy (Open Call […]
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    British Academy’s ‘Singing les roastbeef’

    British Academy’s ‘Singing Les Roastbeef’ By Dr Hannah Scott, British Academy postdoctoral research fellow, University of Nottingham In this case study we find out how Hannah delivered a fantastic nineteenth-century French music hall performance as part of the Being Human ‘Open Call’ pathway. Read on to get top tips on being resourceful and building public engagement into a busy academic […]
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    School of Advanced Study, University of London’s ‘Weaving Women’s Stories’

    School of Advanced Study, University of London’s ‘Weaving Women’s Stories’ By Dr Emma Bridges, public engagement fellow in Classics at the School of Advanced Study, University of London Emma Bridges, from the School of Advanced Study, looks back on her great event ‘Weaving Women’s Stories’ and discusses the importance of working collaboratively with cultural partners to attract diverse audiences. From selecting […]
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    Frankenstein Returns : University of Dundee Hub 

    Frankenstein Returns : University of Dundee Hub By Daniel Cook, Senior Lecturer in English at the University of Dundee For this spooky special blog post we spoke to Daniel Cook, who shines a light on the Being Human programme at our Dundee hub for 2018. Read on and find out how ‘Frankenstein Returns’ to Dundee. What inspired you to act […]
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    Swansea University’s ‘Voices, faces and places’ hub

    Swansea University’s ‘Voices, faces and places’ hub By Elaine Canning, head of the Research Institute for Arts and Humanities Elaine tells us about the great team effort behind the Swansea University hub ‘Voices, faces and places’. She explains how they engaged a variety of local communities in their series of events by creatively and imaginatively bringing the Humanities into Swansea’s […]