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Stroke Odysseys workshop programme and performance

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This November join charity Rosetta Life for workshops and events at King's exploring the role of the arts in a health care context, including a performance of Stroke Odysseys at Greenwood Theatre.

Open House 2018 at King's College London

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King's College London opens its doors on Sunday 23 September for the capital's largest festival of architecture and design, Open House London. Venues across Strand and Guys Campuses will be open to explore, including Bush House and Science Gallery London, opening for the first time during Open House weekend.

Daniell Lecture 2018

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Daniell Lecture October 17th 2018 at King's College London.

Inaugural Lectures: Publications

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The published text of Inaugural Lectures delivered in the Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy at King's College London.

Terrarium workshop with Maggie Coker and Indoor Garden Design

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Maggie Coker and Indoor Garden Design will host a terrarium making workshop in the Arcade Garden on 6 August, exploring elements of biophilic design.

Ikebana flower arranging workshop with Maggie Coker and Indoor Garden Design

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On 31 July, Maggie Coker and Indoor Garden Design will host an Ikebana workshop in the Arcade Garden, exploring the Japanese art of flower arrangement.

(De)constructing Masculinity: Manifestations of Maleness, Male Sexuality and the Male Body in Greco-Roman Antiquity

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(De)Constructing Masculinity is a one-day interdisciplinary conference on the theme of masculinity in the Greco-Roman world, generously funded and supported by the London Arts and Humanities Partnership (LAHP).

Film Studies Taster Event

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Passionate about cinema and thinking about studying film at university? Join us for a taster event in the department of Film Studies and find out what it's like to study Film at King's.

Digital Culture: Taster Session

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From social media to smartphones and videogames, digital culture pervades our societies. Studying BA Digital Culture at King's will equip you to understand, implement and work with these technologies, communication networks and cultures. Led by an academic team whose research is at the cutting edge of developments in the digital world, this degree will challenge students to think critically about what it means to be a connected individual.

SewMindful experience with Dr Tamara Russell

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Come along to the Arcade Garden on 5 July to participate in a SewMindful experience with Dr Tamara Russell, a workshop combining the craft of textiles and quilting with mindfulness practice.
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