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There are 13 events taking place today
Thursday 23rd October 2014

Uppe Folly

Uppe Folly
Date
01 - 31/10/2014
Location
Quad Strand Campus
Description
A pop-up folly in the Quad, Strand Campus from Mobile Studio. Part of the Arts & Humanities Festival.
Categories:
Other

Autopoiesis 2.0

Autopoiesis 2.0
Date
23/10/2014
Location
Anatomy Museum King's Building Strand Campus
Description
An exhibition of artwork from the public of the United Arab Emirates curated by Btihaj Ajana. Part of the Arts & Humanities Festival.
Categories:
Exhibition

Autopoiesis 2.0

Autopoiesis 2.0
Date
23/10/2014
Location
Anatomy Museum King's Building Strand Campus
Description
An exhibition of artwork from the public of the United Arab Emirates curated by Btihaj Ajana. Part of the Arts & Humanities Festival.
Categories:
Exhibition

Autopoiesis 2.0

Autopoiesis 2.0
Date
23/10/2014
Location
Anatomy Museum King's Building Strand Campus
Description
An exhibition of artwork from the public of the United Arab Emirates curated by Btihaj Ajana. Part of the Arts & Humanities Festival.
Categories:
Exhibition

Guided tours of Somerset House

Guided tours of Somerset House
Date
23/10/2014
Location
Somerset House Strand WC2R 1LA
Description
An expert-guided tour through Somerset House. Part of the Arts & Humanities Festival.
Categories:
Other, Public Talk

Nirvana & the New Technologies

Nirvana & the New Technologies
Date
23/10/2014
Location
Anatomy Lecture Theatre 6th Floor King's Building Strand Campus
Description
Nirvana & the new technologies: the suppression & renewal of meditation in Buddhist Southeast Asia. An Inaugural Lecture by Professor Kate Crosby, Professor of Buddhist Studies, Department of Theology & Religious Studies. Part of the Arts & Humanities Festival.
Categories:
Lecture, Public Talk

Nirvana & the New Technologies

Nirvana & the New Technologies
Date
23/10/2014
Location
Anatomy Lecture Theatre 6th Floor King's Building Strand Campus
Description
Nirvana & the new technologies: the suppression & renewal of meditation in Buddhist Southeast Asia. An Inaugural Lecture by Professor Kate Crosby, Professor of Buddhist Studies, Department of Theology & Religious Studies. Part of the Arts & Humanities Festival.
Categories:
Lecture, Public Talk

"Making is our defence against the dark"

"Making is our defence against the dark"
Date
23/10/2014
Location
Nash Lecture Theatre King's Building Strand Campus
Description
"Making is our defence against the dark": conflict, conscious & unconscious - & creativity. A discussion panel and poetry reading with Anna Bernard, Caroline Garland and Ruth Padel. Part of the Arts & Humanities Festival.
Categories:
Poetry Reading, Public Talk

JARMAN (all this maddening beauty)

JARMAN (all this maddening beauty)
Date
23/10/2014
Location
Tutu's Macadam Building Strand Campus
Description
A performance from force/collision, merging video and life action, inspired by icon Derek Jarman. Part of the Arts & Humanities Festival.
Categories:
Performance

JARMAN (all this maddening beauty)

JARMAN (all this maddening beauty)
Date
23/10/2014
Location
Tutu's Macadam Building Strand Campus
Description
A performance from force/collision, merging video and life action, inspired by icon Derek Jarman. Part of the Arts & Humanities Festival.
Categories:
Performance
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