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Professor Silvina Milstein's 'Shan Shui' a finalist for Royal Philharmonic Society award

Professor Silvina Milstein's 'Shan Shui' a finalist for Royal Philharmonic Society award

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A composition by King's College London Professor Silvina Milstein is a finalist for the 2018 Royal Philharmonic Society music award. The composition, 'Shan Shui' - which translates to mountain – water – is inspired by imagery and symbolism of certain ancient contemplative traditions, resulting in works that entice the listener into a journey of sensuous discovery.
Rumbling On…: The Jamie Rumble Memorial Fund on its fifth Anniversary

Rumbling On…: The Jamie Rumble Memorial Fund on its fifth Anniversary

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Spring 2018 marks a very special occasion for the Department of Classics at King's College London: the fifth anniversary of the Jamie Rumble Memorial Fund. Since 2013, when the Rumble Fund was established, the Department has organised five student trips to classical lands and 122 students have benefited from these Rumble Fund trips. All costs have been covered thanks to the generosity of the Fund, and the trips have been embedded within the Department's teaching programme.
The Classical Now exhibition runs from 2 March to 28 April 2018 at King's College London

The Classical Now exhibition runs from 2 March to 28 April 2018 at King's College London

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We are delighted to announce the opening of The Classical Now at Bush House Arcade and Somerset House East Wing. Modern and contemporary artists featured in the show include Léo Caillard, Jean Cocteau, Michael Craig-Martin, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Damien Hirst, Derek Jarman, Yves Klein, Roy Lichtenstein, Henry Moore, Bruce Nauman, Grayson Perry, Frances Picabia, Pablo Picasso, Marc Quinn, Mary Reid Kelley & Patrick Kelley, Mark Wallinger and Rachel Whiteread.
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The Classical Now

Date
02 Mar 2018
Location
Arcade
Description
What is it about Greek and Roman art that still captivates the modern imagination? How can…
 

"It's not you, it's me": Moral Discourses and Affective Power of Selfies

Date
23 Apr 2018
Location
k6.29 (Anatomy Lecture Theatre)
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What are selfies? How can they be understood? How can they be studied in the context of social and…
 

Academics, Intellectuals and Public Debate

Date
23 Apr 2018
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As part of The Fabric of Citizenship seminar series, in partnership with King's College London, we…
 
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