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LITERATURE GIGS DRAMA CONCERTS LECTURES FILM ART

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AUTUMN LITERARY FESTIVAL UEA’s Literary Festival regularly welcomes award-winning authors to campus All events take place in Lecture Theatre 1 at 7pm (doors open 6.30pm) followed by a book signing in Waterstones Season ticket £56 / £48 Individual tickets £8 / £4 Visit uea.ac.uk/litfest Email literaryevents@uea.ac.uk Follow @UEALitFest

OCTOBER Wed 5 Oct David Lodge

NOVEMBER Wed 2 Nov Penelope Lively

Wed 12 Oct Antony Beevor

Tue 8 Nov David Grossman

Wed 19 Oct Paddy Ashdown

Wed 16 Nov Richard Holmes

Wed 26 Oct Bernard Hill

Wed 23 Nov Rose Tremain

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3 LITERATURE 6 GIGS 10 DRAMA 11 CONCERTS AND MUSIC EVENTS 12 LECTURES AND SEMINARS 20 FILM SCREENINGS 23 ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS 27 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 28 EVENTS CALENDAR

Front cover: Rizzle Kicks Photo credit: ©Andi Sapey This page: Barkcloth Masi Wedding attire, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts

Photo credits: Antony Beevor, ©John Fry; David Grossman, ©Peter Andreas; Richard Holmes , ©Stuart Clarke; Rose Tremain, ©David Kirkham 3


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Visit noirwich.co.uk Email literaryevents@uea.ac.uk

SEPTEMBER Thu 15 Sep, 6.30pm An evening with Peter James The Pantry Restaurant, Jarrold £10 / £8 Fri 16 Sep, 11am–1pm or 2pm–4pm How to sell your idea for a novel: crime writing workshop with Angela Clarke Dragon Hall, King Street £45 / £40 / £80 combined package Fri 16 Sep, 11am–1pm or 2pm–4pm The essentials of plot: crime writing workshop with Julia Crouch Dragon Hall, King Street £45 / £40 / £80 combined package Fri 16 Sep, 6pm Charlie Higson on Bond Thomas Paine study centre, UEA £8 / £6

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Fri 16 Sep, 8pm Spotlight: Ian Rankin Thomas Paine study centre, UEA £10 / £8 Sat 17 Sep, 10am From fact to fiction Duncan Campbell, Kate Rhodes and Jane Corry Dragon Hall, King Street £8 / £6 Sat 17 Sep, 12 noon Keeping it in the family: domestic suspense Julia Crouch, Christobel Kent and Sarah Hilary Dragon Hall, King Street £8 / £6 Sat 17 Sep, 2pm Brit Noir Barry Forshaw, Steve Mosby, Dreda Say Mitchell and Angela Clarke Dragon Hall, King Street £8 / £6

Sat 17 Sep, 4pm Ones to watch – First Blood Abir Mukherjee, AA Dhand and Michelle Davies Dragon Hall, King Street £8 / £6

UEA LIVE A series of readings showcasing the past, present and future of UEA’s creative writing talent, in collaboration with Writers’ Centre, Norwich All events take place at 7pm in Dragon Hall, King Street, Norwich

Sat 17 Sep, 6pm Screenwriting 101 Tom Benn and Phil Redmond Dragon Hall, King Street £8 / £6

Free

Sat 17 Sep, 8pm In conversation: Sophie Hannah and Denise Mina Dragon Hall, King Street £10 / £8

OCTOBER Thu 13 Oct Sophie Collins and Emily Berry Penguin Modern Poets I: If I’m Scared We Can’t Win

Sunday 18 Sep, 10.30am The bloody brunch Dragon Hall, King Street £12 / £10

Thu 27 Oct Sara Taylor and Rowan Buchanan The Lauras and Harmless Like You

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NOIRWICH CRIME WRITING FESTIVAL Celebrate the sharpest noir and crime fiction over four days of author events and workshops in Norwich

Visit writerscentrenorwich.org.uk Email p.langeskov@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 877177

NOVEMBER Thu 24 Nov Megan Bradbury Everyone is Watching DECEMBER Thu 15 Dec Naomi Alderman The Power

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THE NICK RAYNS LCR UEA is known for hosting great gigs and attracting world-class musicians to Norwich All gigs are for over 14s only Prices are advance (more on the door) and may be subject to a booking fee Call 01603 508050 Visit ueaticketbookings.co.uk

SEPTEMBER Wed 7 Sep, 7.30pm Toots and the Maytals £27.50 Fri 23 Sep, 6.30pm Gary Numan £32.45 OCTOBER Thu 6 Oct, 7.30pm Feeder £24.75 Sat 8 Oct, 6.30pm Goo Goo Dolls £30.25 Tue 11 Oct, 6.30pm UB40 £31.35 Wed 12 Oct, 7.30pm Billy Talent £20.80

Tue 18 Oct, 6.30pm All Saints £30.25 Wed 26 Oct, 7.30pm Sunset Sons £14.30 NOVEMBER Wed 2 Nov, 7.30pm Lloyd Cole: The Retrospective £24.75 Sun 6 Nov, 7pm Bear’s Den £18.15

ALL SAINTS

FEEDER

Thu 10 Nov, 7.30pm The Wailers £23.10 Sun 20 Nov, 7pm Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats £19.25 Sun 27 Nov, 7pm The Fratellis-Costello Music 10th anniversary tour £19.25

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THE WATERFRONT Gigs on King Street, Norwich

All gigs are for over 14s only

Call 01603 508050 Visit ueaticketbookings.co.uk

Prices are advance (more on the door) and may be subject to a booking fee Call 01603 508050 Visit ueaticketbookings.co.uk

DECEMBER Sat 3 Dec, 6pm One night of Queen performed by Gary Mullen and the Works £24.20 Mon 5 Dec, 7.30pm Kula Shaker: The 20th Anniversary of K £24.75

Thu 8 Dec, 7.30pm Black Stone Cherry £30.80 Sat 10 Dec, 6.30pm Rizzle Kicks £22 Fri 23 Dec, 7.30pm Pout at the Devil £8.80

TEENAGE FANCLUB

SEPTEMBER Sat 24 Sep, 6.30pm Beth Orton £20.35 Fri 30 Sep, 6.30pm Robin Trower £24.75 OCTOBER Sat 8 Oct, 6.30pm Ben Ottewell £15.40 Tue 11 Oct, 7.30pm Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry and Kioko £19.80 Wed 26 Oct, 7.30pm Buzzcocks: 40th anniversary world tour 2016 £24.75 NOVEMBER Wed 2 Nov, 7.30pm The Big Moon £8.80

GIGS

THE NICK RAYNS LCR UEA is known for hosting great gigs and attracting world-class musicians to Norwich

Sat 12 Nov, 6.30pm The Rezillos £17.60 Fri 18 Nov, 6.30pm The Undertones: 40th anniversary tour £22 Sun 20 Nov, 7pm Cast £22 Mon 21 Nov, 7.30pm Teenage Fanclub £19.25 Wed 23 Nov, 7.30pm The Damned: 40th anniversary tour £27.50 DECEMBER Fri 9 Dec, 7pm Slade £24.75

Fri 11 Nov, 6.30pm Black Grape and Alias Kid £27.50

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DRAMA

MUSIC AUDITIONS

CONCERTS

Latecomers may not be admitted £7 / £5

UEA Symphony Orchestra, Choir and Chamber Choir are recruiting new members. If you are a keen singer, or an instrumentalist of Grade 6 standard or above, please come and audition to be a part of this flourishing community

Tickets for UEA concerts are available:

Email dramaevents@uea.ac.uk Visit uea.ac.uk/events Follow @UEADrama

MINOTAUR THEATRE COMPANY

UEA DRAMA SOCIETY

Thu 6 – Sat 8 Oct, 7.30pm Vernon God Little DBC Pierre, adapted by Tanya Ronder Following a tragic school massacre, a town looks to fifteen year old Vernon for vengeance

Thu 20 – Sat 22 Oct, 7.30pm The Importance of Being Earnest Oscar Wilde A trivial comedy for serious people – a fast paced, farcical take on Wilde’s comedy of manners

Booking essential Call 01603 593948 Email musicevents@uea.ac.uk Visit uea.ac.uk/music-centre

SEPTEMBER Fri 30 Sep, 10.30am – 6pm UEA Choir, Chamber Choir and Symphony Orchestra auditions

Thu 3 – Sat 5 Nov, 7.30pm

The Minotaur shorts festival

OCTOBER Mon 3 Oct, 10.30am – 7.30pm UEA Choir, Chamber Choir and Symphony Orchestra auditions

Minotaur Theatre Company presents three nights of new short plays by UEA drama students

Productions from final year students

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Auditions are free and take place at UEA Music Centre

UEA COMMUNITY CHOIR LAUNCH

Fri 14 and Sat 15 Oct, 7.30pm The Balcony Jean Genet, translated by Bernard Frechtman

Thu 8 and Sat 10 Dec, 7.30pm The Cherry Orchard Anton Chekhov, translated by Michael Frayn

Wed 7 and Sat 10 Dec, 7.30pm Sat 10 Dec, 2pm matinee The Fruits of Enlightenment Lev Tolstoy, translated by Michael Frayn

Tue 6 and Fri 9 Dec, 7.30pm The Storm Alexander Ostrovsky, translated by Frank McGuiness

UEA Community Choir is free to join, open to all and welcomes singers of all abilities and levels of experience No auditions necessary

Online uea.ac.uk/music-centre In person or over the phone Prelude Records (01603 628319) and St. George’s Music Shop (01603 626414) On the door

OCTOBER Wed 5 Oct, 1.10 – 1.55pm Lunchtime concert: William Fergusson Strode Concert Room, UEA Free NOVEMBER Fri 18 Nov, 7.30 – 9.30pm UEA Choir and Symphony Orchestra concert: Pictures of Russia St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich £4 / £12

CONCERTS AND MUSIC EVENTS

All performances take place at UEA Drama studio

DECEMBER Wed 14 Dec, 7.30 – 9.45pm UEA Choir Christmas Carol concert St John the Baptist Roman Catholic Cathedral £6 / £9

Call 01603 593948 Email musicevents@uea.ac.uk Visit uea.ac.uk/music-centre

Wed 28 Sep, 1–2pm UEA Community Choir Launch UEA Square 11


LECTURES AND SEMINARS

INAUGURAL LECTURES Explore cutting-edge ideas with UEA’s newest professors

All events take place from 7–9pm at Writers’ Centre Norwich, Dragon Hall Visit uea.ac.uk/events Email events@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 592130

SEPTEMBER Mon 12 Sep Who’s afraid of cosmetic surgery? Prof Heather Widdows, University of Birmingham; and Sharron Brown, nurse specialist OCTOBER Mon 10 Oct Climate changed? Is it too late? Dr Naomi Vaughan, UEA; Dr John Turnpenny, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change; and Dr Thomas Greaves, UEA

NOVEMBER Mon 14 Nov Art in mind? Dr Karen Schaller, Prof John Onians and Dr Hannah Zeilig, UEA

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JANUARY Mon 16 Jan Migration – what does humanity demand? Gervais Kouloungou, Red Cross; Dr Alexandria Innes, UEA; and Daniel Trilling, journalist

FEBRUARY Mon 13 Feb Internet 2.0: digital native or digital exile? Prof Mary Beard, Cambridge University; Dr Paul Bernal, UEA; and Bill Thompson, journalist

MARCH Mon 13 March How far to go to gender equality? Bea Campbell, journalist and author; Dr Eylem Atakav, UEA; and Prof Laura Bowater, UEA

All talks take place at 6.30pm in the Julian Study Centre lecture theatre at UEA and are followed by a drinks reception Free Visit uea.ac.uk/events Email events@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 592130

OCTOBER Tue 18 Oct Disruptive innovation and optimal policy responses Prof Kai Uwe Kuhn, School of Economics NOVEMBER Tue 1 Nov House of cards: dementia at home Prof Eneida Mioshi, School of Health Sciences

Tue 29 Nov What is international history? (And why should we study it?) Prof Thomas Otte, School of History

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

DRAGON HALL DEBATES UEA and Writers’ Centre Norwich bring you a new series of sparky debates on contemporary controversies. These events are open to everyone and no prior subject knowledge is necessary. There will be plenty of opportunities for questions and guests are warmly encouraged to join the discussion.

DECEMBER Tue 13 Dec Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes: learning words creates smart word learning Prof Larissa Samuelson, School of Psychology

Tue 15 Nov Plants have immune systems too! Prof Cyril Zipfel, the Sainsbury Lab

Tue 4 Oct

The globalised world of the Middle Ages: an archaeologist’s view Prof Anne Haour, Sainsbury Research Unit

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LECTURES AND SEMINARS

ARTS 2.03, UEA, 5.30–7pm Free Email c.rossi@uea.ac.uk

OCTOBER Wed 5 Oct How to get started in literary translation Rosalind Harvey and Lucy Greaves Wed 12 Oct Translating children’s literature Danny Hahn NOVEMBER Wed 9 Nov Translating the theatre Timberlake Wertenbaker Wed 23 Nov Translating crime Don Bartlett Wed 30 Nov Translating Cervantes Peter Bush

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DECEMBER Wed 7 Dec Editing translations Dr Cecilia Rossi Sat 10 and Sun 11 Dec Shakespeare in translation In collaboration with the British Council, Globe Education and Writers’ Centre Norwich

IN OTHER WORDS: LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION STUDIES TALKS

PUBLIC LECTURES

A series of talks involving a range of professionals and academics discussing ways in which they work with languages

A series of talks on language, applied pragmatics, intercultural and translation issues hosted by the School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies

All events take place in Elizabeth Fry 01.05, UEA, 1–2pm

All events take place in Elizabeth Fry 01.05, UEA, 1.10–2pm

Free

Free

Email r.w.baines@uea.ac.uk

Visit uea.ac.uk/lcs/events Email l.yulita@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 591504

OCTOBER Thu 13 Oct Interpreting for asylum seekers and refugees: legal, ethical and cultural minefields! Sue Leschen NOVEMBER Thu 17 Nov Translating for television: voice-over technique Maelys Renaudie Thu 24 Nov Working as an in-house translator James Powell DECEMBER Thu 1 Dec Translating sport Dr Roger Baines

OCTOBER Thu 20 Oct Communicating protest: how the arts contribute to intercultural dialogue Dr Noemí de Haro García, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

LITERARY TRANSLATION WORKSHOPS Small group literary translation workshops at UEA, hosted by the British Centre for Literary Translation and led by renowned literary translators

Thu 27 Oct Developing intercultural understanding through foreign language education: lessons from English secondary schools Dr Gillian Peiser, Liverpool John Moores University NOVEMBER Thu 10 Nov Global citizenship and interculturality Dr Oakleigh Welply, Durham University

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LECTURES AND SEMINARS

NORWICH SCIENCE FESTIVAL Two weeks of messy experiments, interactive exhibitions and intriguing discoveries to celebrate science in Norwich

Free, booking essential

Brought to you by The Forum, 18 Oct – 30 Oct The Forum, and other venues across the city

Call 01603 597507 Email sisjac@sainsbury-institute.org Visit sainsbury-institute.org

THIRD THURSDAY LECTURES All lectures take place in Norwich Cathedral Hostry at 6pm 50 minute lecture followed by refreshments SEPTEMBER Thu 15 Sep Re-inventing Japan at the V&A: Toshiba Gallery Mark II Dr Rupert Faulkner, V&A OCTOBER Thu 20 Oct Painting in red: the Kakiemon porcelain legacy in Japan past, present and future Prof Nicole Coolidge Rousmaniere, Sainsbury Institute and British Museum

DECEMBER Thu 15 Dec Twinning the ancients: observations on current Anglo-Japanese archaeological exchanges Dr Simon Kaner FSA, Sainsbury Institute and UEA

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Visit norwichsciencefestival.co.uk Follow @NorwichSciFest

Toshiba Lectures in Japanese Art and Science Botanic Japan: visualising science The Sainsbury Intitute invites celebrated botanical artist Masumi Yamanaka, with speakers from Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew, to guide us through the world of horticutural images

OCTOBER Tue 18 Oct to Thu 27 Oct Responses to climate change A curated exhibition of some of the artists who have reflected on the work of UEA’s Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research Free

Sat 29 and Sun 30 October Solving problems with science Norwich Research Park scientists are taking over The Forum to demonstrate how they are addressing some of the world’s biggest challenges. Hands-on activities for the whole family will include making earthquakes, exploring carnivorous plants, and watching volcanic explosions Free

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

JAPANESE ART AND CULTURE Regular events hosted by UEA’s Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures (SISJAC)

Wed 9 Nov, 7pm Botany and scientific illustration Masumi Yamanaka and Dr Nicholas Hind, The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew Fri 11 Nov, 2.30pm The Japanese collection at Kew Masumi Yamanaka and Dr Mark Nesbitt, BP Lecture Theatre, British Museum, London Thu 17 Nov, 6pm Flora Japonica Masumi Yamanaka, Norwich Cathedral Hostry

Wed 19 Oct, 1–2pm

Volunteering in Peru Guest speaker Liz Wilson, CEO of SKIP (Supporting Kids in Peru), will give a presentation on volunteering abroad and the work of her charity in Peru ARTS 2.02 Free

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LECTURES AND SEMINARS

HERITAGE OPEN DAYS AT THE ENTERPRISE CENTRE Heritage Open Days is England’s biggest heritage festival taking place in venues all over the country

Thu 17 to Fri 25 Nov

Thu 8 Sep to Sun 11 Sep

Free (unless otherwise stated)

Free

Visit beinghumanfestival.org

Visit heritageopendays.org.uk

Email helen.warner@uea.ac.uk

NOVEMBER Thu 17, Fri 18 and Mon 21 Nov, 6–8pm Cafe conversations: Gender matters UEA, in partnership with Day of the Girl Norwich, will host a series of café conversations on gender matters, encouraging debate and discussion over relevant issues that affect women across the globe Free Venue TBC

Wed 23 Nov, 6–7.30pm From Plato to Wittgenstein: Western philosophy in one evening Join Dr Rupert Read and Prof Catherine Rowett as they offer an overview of the entire history of Western philosophy Free Julian Study Centre 0.01, UEA Email r.read@uea.ac.uk

SEPTEMBER Thu 8 – Sat 10 Sep, 9am–5pm (*9am–3pm Sat 10 Sep) Enterprise Centre tour Tour UEA’s Enterprise Centre, a ground-breaking building showcasing low-carbon architecture and materials Pre-booked tours also available throughout the year

MBA OPEN EVENING

Sat 19 Nov, 10am–12 noon Girls Roar! Empowerment workshop UEA, in partnership with Day of the Girl Norwich, will host an empowerment workshop specifically designed for young people (aged 14-17), including a zine-making workshop and discussion of issues affecting young people today Free Venue TBC

FULL AND PART-TIME STUDY OPTIONS

REGISTER FOR OUR NEXT OPEN EVENING AT NORWICH BUSINESS SCHOOL Tuesday 11 October 2016, 6pm – 8pm Do you want to explore new ideas, develop your business skills and learn to think and communicate with greater clarity and confidence? At Norwich Business School we have leading academics that can truly challenge and support you. Norwich Business School is ranked UK top 10 for research quality in business and management in the latest HEFCE assessment. Come and meet us at an open evening. There is no obligation and we are happy to answer any questions. Norwich Business School: developing business leaders who stand out from the crowd.

World Top 1% (Times Higher Education World Rankings 2015–16)

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LECTURES AND SEMINARS

BEING HUMAN FESTIVAL AT UEA UEA will host two events as part of this national festival of the humanities, which aims to highlight the ways in which the humanities can inspire and enrich our everyday lives

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To register for an MBA open evening please contact: Norwich Business School, UEA Call 01603 591753 Visit www.nbsmba.eventbrite.co.uk

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FILM SCREENINGS

All events take place at 5pm in ARTS 01.03 at UEA unless otherwise stated Free

OCTOBER Tue 4 Oct Pretty Village, Pretty Flame (Serbian 1996) Tue 11 Oct Losing One’s Way (Spanish 2015) Tue 18 Oct April Captains (Portuguese 2000) Tue 25 Oct New Kids – Turbo (Dutch 2010)

A season of films inspired by Fiji: Art and Life in the Pacific programmed and introduced by film expert, Chris Rodden Cinema City, St Andrew’ Street, Norwich

Email v.koutrakou@uea.ac.uk

SEPTEMBER Tue 27 Sep Iron Sky (Finnish-German-Australian 2012)

SAINSBURY CENTRE AT CINEMA CITY

£7 / £5 (Cinema City members)

Tue 15 Nov A Self-Made Hero (French 1996) In association with Ciné Club Lecture Theatre 3 Tue 22 Nov East of Bucharest (Romanian 2006) Tue 29 Nov Salt of the Earth (German-French-Brazilian 2014) Lecture Theatre 4

DECEMBER Tue 6 Dec Il Divo (Italian 2009)

Call 0871 902 5724 Visit picturehouses.co.uk

OCTOBER Mon 10 Oct, 8pm Soy Cuba NOVEMBER Mon 7 Nov, 8.30pm The Tempest DECEMBER Mon 5 Dec, 8.30pm Fire at Sea

SCHOOL OF POLITICS, PHILOSOPHY, LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION STUDIES FILM SCREENINGS Film screenings followed by Q&A sessions Events take place in Lecture Theatre 1 at UEA, 6.30–8.30pm

OCTOBER Mon 24 Oct El Diario de Agustín Writer Nick MacWilliam will present the film which explores the media and dictatorship in Chile

FILM SCREENINGS

EUROPEAN POLITICAL CINEMA A selection of international films, all subtitled in English, hosted by UEA’s School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies

NOVEMBER Mon 14 Nov Hip Hop Revolución Academic and filmmaker Pablo Navarrete will present his film, following the travels of British activist Jody McIntyre and UK-Iraqi rapper Lowkey in Venezuela

NOVEMBER Tue 1 Nov Solaris (Russia 1972) Thu 3 Nov Palm Trees in the Snow (Spanish 2015) In association with Ciné Club Congregation Hall 01.20

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Free

Tue 11 Oct Les Visiteurs (Jean-Marie Poiré 1993) Lecture Theatre 3 Thu 13 Oct Truman (Cesc Gay 2015) Congregation Hall 01.20 Mon 31 Oct Seven Samurai (1954) Lecture Theatre 4 NOVEMBER Tue 1 Nov Dans la Maison (François Ozon 2013) Lecture Theatre 3 Mon 14 Nov Tokyo Family (2013) Lecture Theatre 4

All art events and exhibitions take place at the Sainsbury Centre unless otherwise stated Call 01603 593199 Email scva@uea.ac.uk Visit scva.ac.uk Follow @SainsburyCentre

All events take place at 5pm at UEA

OCTOBER Mon 10 Oct Only Yesterday (1991) Lecture Theatre 4

The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts is a world-class art gallery and museum located on campus at UEA

Thu 17 Nov El Club (Pablo Larraín 2015) Congregation Hall 01.20 Mon 28 Nov 700 Days of Battle Us vs the Police (2007) Lecture Theatre 4 Tue 29 Nov Vatel (Roland Joffé 2000) Lecture Theatre 3

DECEMBER Thu 1 Dec Barcelona, noche de invierno (Dani de la Orden 2015) Congregation Hall 01.20 Tue 13 Dec The Christmas Tango (Greek 2011) Congregation Hall 01.20

EXHIBITIONS Sat 7 May – Sun 27 Nov 2016 Looking beyond: conversations between John Berger and John Christie Bringing together letters and handmade booklets with photographs, video and artworks from the Centre

Sat 15 Oct – Sun 12 Feb 2017 Fiji: art and life in the Pacific The largest and most comprehensive exhibition about Fiji ever assembled, it will take the visitor on a journey through the art and cultural history of Fiji since the late 18th century, revealing stunning sculptures, textiles, ceramics, and ivory and shell regalia

ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

CINÉ CLUB A selection of international films, all subtitled in English, hosted by UEA’s Language and Communications department

Fri 11 Nov – Sun 19 March 2017

Masters of Japanese photography

Exploring the works of some of the most prominent Japanese photographers of the twentieth century, including Nobuyoshi Araki and Eikoh Hosoe

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Running alongside the major exhibition, Fiji: art and life in the Pacific, is a series of special events OCTOBER Sun 16 Oct, 2.15–5.45pm Study afternoon: Exhibiting Fiji, presented by the Pacific Arts Association Europe Explore sailing and boat building in Fiji, looking at the skills involved and cultural context surrounding sea-faring in the Pacific, with special reference to the canoe which is the headline piece for the exhibition Julian Study Centre £10 / £8, includes refreshments Pre-booked tickets only Sun 23 Oct, 1–4pm Art and the sea family day A celebration of art and the sea, with live performance, music, canoe-carving demonstrations and creative activities inspired by coastal cultures and landscapes Throughout the building Free, drop in any time

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NOVEMBER Thu 17 Nov, 6–7.30pm Special lecture and book signing with Prof Steven Hooper Join Steven Hooper, curator of the exhibition and leading authority on the arts of Fiji, for a lecture and book signing of the fully illustrated catalogue that accompanies the exhibition Sainsbury Centre lecture theatre £8 / £6 Pre-booked tickets only Sat 26 Nov, 10.30am–4.30pm Masterclass workshop with Sera Tavainavesi Join contemporary craftsperson, Sera Tavainavesi, to create your own piece from natural materials based on the intricate art of Fijan Salusalu Sainsbury Centre education studio £40 / £30 Pre-booked tickets only JANUARY Fri 27 Jan, 1–4pm Study afternoon: Art and the body A panel of artists will discuss issues arising from the exhibition, including gender and the cultural history of body art and tattooing Sainsbury Centre education studio £10 / £8 Pre-booked tickets only

SAINSBURY CENTRE SUNDAYS

TEACHERS’ INSET PROGRAMME

One Sunday a month, take part in activities inspired by the Sainsbury collection including practical artist-led workshops and study afternoons

A new, artist-led course for primary and secondary school teachers to hear about the Fiji: Art and Life in the Pacific exhibition

All events take place from 2.30 – 4.30pm

Free bursary places available to UEA outreach schools

Meet at the gallery reception Booking essential £6 / £4

OCTOBER Sun 2 Oct From a frog to a hippopotamus: Egyptian objects in the Sainsbury Collection NOVEMBER Sun 6 Nov The decorated body: tattooing and scarification in different cultures

OCTOBER Sat 15 Oct, 10.30am–3.30pm Artist-led workshops for teachers Education studio £20 / £14 School Friends Pre-booked tickets only Tue 18 Oct, 6–8pm Special exhibition viewing for teachers Meet at gallery reception £5 / free for School Friends Includes complimentary drink on arrival Pre-booked tickets only

ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

FIJI: ART AND LIFE IN THE PACIFIC – SPECIAL EVENTS

DECEMBER Sun 4 Dec Not just the Incas!

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ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

ARTISTS AND IDEAS

DIRECTIONS

Practical workshops and courses for adults and young people

UEA is accessible by foot, bike, bus and the local Park and Ride service. Please note that parking on campus is limited.

Tours for blind and partially sighted visitors available on request Booking not required Call 01603 591033 Email lisa.blowers@uea.ac.uk

Tue to Sun, 11am and 2pm (subject to availability) Guided tours of the Sainsbury collection Meet at gallery reception Free Tuesday to Friday, 3pm (tours last approx 45 mins) Tours of Fiji: art and life in the Pacific Meet at gallery reception Free, with exhibition ticket Booking not required

For directions to and around campus Wednesdays from 28 Sep, 2–4.30pm Fictional narratives – a creative writing course Join author Patricia Mullin for a ten-week creative writing course Living area gallery £160 / £120 concessions for all 10 sessions Booking essential

WHAT’S ON MAILING LIST Want to be the first to hear about UEA events? Let us know if you’d like to join our monthly What’s On e-newsletter, or sign up to receive the events guide by post three times a year. Call 01603 592130 Email events@uea.ac.uk

Tuesdays during term time from 4 Oct, 4.30–6.30pm Young associates A group which meets to develop creative ideas and visual arts projects Free, booking not required Email n.croose-myhill@uea.ac.uk Follow scvayoungassociates on Facebook Wednesdays during term time from Sep 14, 4.30–6.30pm ArtsLab workshops Join artist Jemma Watts to experiment and develop your art practise and creative skills Ideal for students to enhance their GCSE or A-Level work or for anyone wishing to develop their portfolio Sainsbury Centre education studio Booking essential £8 / £6 Visit scva.ac.uk/whatson/workshops

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

TALKS AND TOURS Discover the Sainsbury collection with the help of informative guides

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WHAT’S ON

Exhibition: Looking beyond: conversations between John Berger and John Christie

Sat 8 Oct

Gig: Goo Goo Dolls

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Sat 8 Oct

Gig: Ben Ottewell

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Until Sun 12 Feb 2017

Exhibition: Masters of Japanese photography

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Mon 10 Oct

Debate: Climate changed? Is it too late?

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Until Sun 19 Mar 2017

Exhibition: Fiji: art and life in the Pacific

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Mon 10 Oct

Film: Soy Cuba

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Mon 10 Oct

Film: Only Yesterday

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Tue 11 Oct

Film: Les Visiteurs

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Tue 11 Oct

Film: Losing One’s Way

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Tue 11 Oct

Gig: Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry and Kioko

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Tue 11 Oct

Gig: UB40

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Wed 12 Oct

Gig: Billy Talent

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Wed 12 Oct

Literature: Antony Beevor

Wed 12 Oct

Workshop: Translating children’s literature

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Thu 13 Oct

Film: Truman

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Lecture: Interpreting for asylum seekers and refugees: Legal, ethical and cultural minefields!

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SEPTEMBER Wed 7 Sep

Gig: Toots and the Maytals

Thu 8 – Sat 10 Sep

Tours: Heritage Open Days at Enterprise Centre

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Mon 12 Sep

Debate: Who’s afraid of cosmetic surgery?

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Wed 14 – Wed 7 Dec

Workshops: ArtsLab

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Thu 15 Sep

Lecture: Re-inventing Japan at the V&A: Toshiba Gallery Mark II

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Thu 15 Sep

Literature: An evening with Peter James

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Fri 16 Sep

Workshop: Crime writing with Angela Clarke

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Fri 16 Sep

Workshop: Crime writing with Julia Crouch

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Fri 16 Sep

Literature: Charlie Higson on Bond

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Thu 13 Oct

Fri 16 Sep

Literature: Spotlight: Ian Rankin

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Thu 13 Oct

Literature: Sophie Collins and Emily Berry

Sat 17 Sep

Literature: From fact to fiction

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Fri 14 and Sat 15 Oct

Theatre: The Balcony

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Sat 17 Sep

Literature: Keeping it in the family: domestic suspense

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Sat 15 Oct

Workshop: Artist-led workshops for teachers

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Sat 17 Sep

Literature: Brit noir

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Sun 16 Oct

Workshop: Study afternoon: exhibiting Fiji

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Sat 17 Sep

Literature: Ones to watch – First Blood

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Tue 18 Oct

Exhibition: Special exhibition viewing for teachers

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Sat 17 Sep

Literature: Screenwriting 101

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Tue 18 Oct

Film: April Captains

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Sat 17 Sept

Literature: In conversation: Sophie Hannah and Denise Mina

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Tue 18 Oct

Gig: All Saints

Sun 18 Sep

Literature: The Bloody Brunch

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Tue 18 Oct

Lecture: Disruptive innovation and optimal policy responses

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Fri 23 Sep

Gig: Gary Numan

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Tue 18 to Sun 30 Oct

Festival: Norwich Science Festival

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Sat 24 Sep

Gig: Beth Orton

9

Tue 18 Oct to Thu 27 Oct Exhibition: Responses to climate change

Tue 27 Sep

Film: Iron Sky

Wed 28 Sep

Music: UEA Community Choir Launch

Wed 28 Sep – Wed 7 Dec Course: Fictional narratives – a creative writing course

6

28

3

5

6

17

20

Wed 19 Oct

Literature: Paddy Ashdown

3

11

Wed 19 Oct

Lecture: Volunteering in Peru

17

26

Fri 30 Sep

Gig: Robin Trower

9

Thu 20 Oct

Lecture: Communicating protest: how the arts contribute to intercultural dialogue

15

Fri 30 Sep

Music: UEA Choir, Chamber Choir and Symphony Orchestra auditions

11

Thu 20 to Sat 22 Oct

Theatre: The Importance of Being Earnest

10

Thu 20 Oct

Lecture: Painting in red: the Kakiemon porcelain legacy in Japan past, present and future

16

Sun 23 Oct

Workshop: Art and the sea family day

24

25

Mon 24 Oct

Film: El Diario de Agustín

11

Tue 25 Oct

Film: New Kids – Turbo

OCTOBER Sun 2 Oct

Workshop: From a frog to a hippopotamus: Egyptian objects in the Sainsbury Collection

Mon 3 Oct

Music: UEA Choir, Chamber Choir and Symphony Orchestra auditions

Tue 4 Oct

Lecture: The globalised world of the Middle Ages: an archaeologist’s view 13

Wed 26 Oct

Literature: Bernard Hill

3

Tue 4 Oct

Film: Pretty Village, Pretty Flame

20

Wed 26 Oct

Gig: Sunset Sons

6

Tue 4 Oct – Tue 6 Dec

Course: Young associates

26

Wed 26 Oct

Gig: Buzzcocks 40th anniversary world tour 2016

9

Wed 5 Oct

Workshop: How to get started in literary translation

14

Thu 27 Oct

Literature: Sara Taylor and Rowan Buchanan

5

Wed 5 Oct

Music: Lunchtime concert: William Fergusson

11

Wed 5 Oct

Literature: David Lodge

3

Thu 27 Oct

Lecture: Developing intercultural understanding through foreign language education: lessons from English secondary schools

Thu 6 Oct

Gig: Feeder

6

Sat 29 and Sun 30 Oct

Family: Solving problems with science

17

Thu 6 to Sat 8 Oct

Theatre: Vernon God Little

Mon 31 Oct

Film: Seven Samurai

22

10

WHAT’S ON

Until Sun 27 Nov 2016

21 20

15

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WHAT’S ON

Thu 24 Nov

Literature: Megan Bradbury

13

Thu 24 Nov

Lecture: Working as an in-house translator

15

Film: Dans la Maison

22

Sat 26 Nov

Masterclass: Sera Tavainavesi

24

Film: Solaris

20

Sun 27 Nov

Gig: The Fratellis-Costello Music 10th anniversary tour

3

Mon 28 Nov

Film: 700 Days of Battle Us vs the Police

22

Gig: Lloyd Cole: The Retrospective

6

Tue 29 Nov

Film: Vatel

22

Gig: The Big Moon

9

Tue 29 Nov

Lecture: What is international history? (And why should we study it?)

13

Film: Palm Trees in the Snow

20

Tue 29 Nov

Film: Salt of the Earth

20

Thu 3 - Sat 5 Nov

Theatre: The Minotaur shorts festival

10

Wed 30 Nov

Workshop: Translating Cervantes

14

Sun 6 Nov

Workshop: The decorated body: tattooing and scarification in different cultures

25

Sun 6 Nov

Gig: Bear’s Den

6

Thu 1 Dec

Film: Barcelona, noche de invierno

22

Mon 7 Nov

Film: The Tempest

21

Thu 1 Dec

Lecture: Translating sport

15

Tue 8 Nov

Literature: David Grossman

3

Sat 3 Dec

Gig: One Night of Queen performed by Gary Mullen and the Works

Wed 9 Nov

Workshop: Translating the theatre

14

Sun 4 Dec

Workshop: Not just the Incas!

Wed 9 Nov

Lecture: Botany and scientific illustration

16

Mon 5 Dec

Gig: Kula Shaker – The 20th Anniversary of K

8

Thu 10 Nov

Gig: The Wailers

6

Mon 5 Dec

Film: Fire at Sea

21

Thu 10 Nov

Lecture: Global citizenship and interculturality

15

Tue 6 Dec

Film: Il Divo

20

Fri 11 Nov

Lecture: The Japanese collection at Kew

16

Thu 6 and Fri 9 Dec

Theatre: The Storm

10

Fri 11 Nov

Gig: Black Grape and Alias Kid

9

Wed 7 Dec

Workshop: Editing translations

14

Sat 12 Nov

Gig: The Rezillos

9

Wed 7 and Sat 10 Oct

Theatre: The Fruits of Enlightenment

10

Mon 14 Nov

Film: Hip Hop Revolución

21

Thu 8 and Sat 10 Oct

Theatre: The Cherry Orchard

10

Mon 14 Nov

Film: Tokyo Family

22

Thu 8 Dec

Gig: Black Stone Cherry

Mon 14 Nov

Debate: Art in mind?

12

Fri 9 Dec

Tue 15 Nov

Film: A Self-Made Hero

20

Tue 15 Nov

Lecture: Plants have immune systems too!

13

Wed 16 Nov

Literature: Richard Holmes

Thu 17 Nov Thu 17 Nov

Lecture: House of cards: dementia at home

Tue 1 Nov Tue 1 Nov Wed 2 Nov

Literature: Penelope Lively

Wed 2 Nov Wed 2 Nov Thu 3 Nov

6

DECEMBER

8 25

8

Gig: Slade

9

Sat 10 Dec

Gig: Rizzle Kicks

8

Sat 10 and Sun 11 Dec

Workshop: Shakespeare in translation

3

Tue 13 Dec

Lecture: Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes: learning words creates smart word learning 13

Film: El Club

22

Tue 13 Dec

Film: The Christmas Tango

Lecture: Prof Steven Hooper

24

Thu 17 Nov

Flora Japonica

16

Wed 14 Dec

Music: UEA Choir Christmas Carol Concert

11

Thu 17 Nov

Lecture: Translating for television: voice-over technique

15

Thu 15 Dec

Lecture: Twinning the ancients: observations on current Anglo-Japanese archaeological exchanges

16

18

Thu 15 Dec

Literature: Naomi Alderman

5

9

Fri 23 Dec

Gig: Pout at the Devil

9

Thu 17, Fri 18 & Mon 21 Nov Café conversations: gender matters

30

5

WHAT’S ON

NOVEMBER Tue 1 Nov

14 22

Fri 18 Nov

Gig: The Undertones: 40th anniversary tour

Fri 18 Nov

Music: UEA Choir and Symphony Orchestra concert: Pictures of Russia

11

Sat 19 Nov

Workshop: Girls Roar! Empowerment workshop

18

JANUARY

Sun 20 Nov

Gig: Cast

9

Mon 16 Jan

Debate: Migration: what does humanity demand?

12

Sun 20 Nov

Gig: Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats

6

Fri 27 Jan

Workshop: Art and the body

24

Mon 21 Nov

Gig: Teenage Fanclub

Tue 22 Nov

Film: East of Bucharest

Wed 23 Nov

Literature: Rose Tremain

3

Debate: Internet 2.0: digital native or digital exile?

12

Wed 23 Nov

Gig: The Damned – 40th anniversary tour

9

Wed 23 Nov

Workshop: Translating crime

Wed 23 Nov

Lecture: From Plato to Wittgenstein: Western philosophy in one evening 18

Debate: How far to go to gender equality?

12

9 20

14

FEBRUARY Mon 13 Feb

MARCH Mon 13 March

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What’s On at UEA is a triannual guide to events, gigs, lectures, workshops and performances that are open to the public. Printed copies of t...

What's On at UEA - autumn 2016  

What’s On at UEA is a triannual guide to events, gigs, lectures, workshops and performances that are open to the public. Printed copies of t...

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