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AUTUMN 2019

LITERATURE GIGS DRAMA CONCERTS LECTURES FILM ART


CONTENTS

3 LITERATURE 9 MUSIC AND DRAMA 12 GIGS 14 LECTURES AND SEMINARS 18 UEA AT THE NORWICH SCIENCE FESTIVAL 22 FILM SCREENINGS 23 ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS 27 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 28 EVENTS CALENDAR

Front cover: Kate Tempest, The Nick Rayns LCR, Fri 8 Nov, 7.30pm This page: Sonny Assu ‘Status’ Acrylic on panel 49 @Sonny Assu Back cover: Ashley Hickson-Lovence, National Centre for Writing, Thu 24 Oct


Authors in conversation with UEA’s Emeritus Professor Christopher Bigsby take place in Lecture Theatre 1, UEA at 7pm (doors 6.30pm), followed by a book signing in Waterstones Season ticket (all eight events): £63 / £54 Individual tickets: £9 / £5 students Visit uea.ac.uk/litfest/tickets Email literaryevents@uea.ac.uk @UEALitFest

OCTOBER Wed 2 Oct Elizabeth Macneal

NOVEMBER Wed 6 Nov Mary Beard

Wed 9 Oct Tash Aw

Wed 13 Nov Elizabeth Strout

Wed 16 Oct Tracy Chevalier

Wed 20 Nov Louis de Bernières and Prof Christopher Bigsby (SPECIAL EVENT)

Wed 23 Oct Steve Jones Wed 30 Oct David Owen

LITERATURE

AUTUMN LITERARY FESTIVAL UEA’s Literary Festival regularly welcomes award-winning authors to campus

Photo credits (clockwise from top left): Elizabeth Macneal @Mat Smith Photography; Tash Aw @Tara Sosrowardoyo; Tracy Chevalier @Jonathan Drori; Steve Jones @Keith Morris; David Owen; Mary Beard @Caterina Turroni; Elizabeth Strout @Leonard Cendamo; Louis de Bernieres @Ivan Bartholomew; Prof Christopher Bigsby @Geraint Lewis (Alamy Stock Photos)

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NOIRWICH CRIME WRITING FESTIVAL Sixth edition of the region’s largest annual celebration of crime writing, including selection of talks below Visit noirwich.co.uk Email literaryevents@uea.ac.uk @NOIRwichFest

Wed 4 Sep, 7.30–8.30pm (doors 7pm) Noirwich presents… James Ellroy The Enterprise Centre Lecture Theatre, UEA £11 / £10 / £8 student or Noirwich season pass holder Thu 12 Sep James Runcie – The Road to Grantchester Jarrold 7pm, £11 / £10 / £8 Postmortem – MA Crime Fiction anthology launch The Birdcage 8.30pm, free

Fri 13 Sep All events at The Enterprise Centre, UEA Noirwich crime writing exhibition 1pm, free for Friday event ticket holders Crimes against nature 5pm, £9 / £8 / £6 A birder murder 6.30pm, £9 / £8 / £6 The Noirwich Lecture: George Alagiah 8pm, £11 / £10 / £8

NOIRWICH WORKSHOPS Fri 13 Sep, 11am–1pm and 2–4pm (repeated) How to craft a gripping spy thriller with Mick Herron Making a murderer with Claire McGowan £40 / £35 / dual package £70

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Sat 14 Sep All events at the National Centre for Writing, Dragon Hall First offenders 10.30am, £9 / £8 / £6

Sun 15 Sep All events at National Centre for Writing, Dragon Hall The bloody brunch 10.30am, £18 / £16 / £12

The next twist 12pm, £9 / £8 / £6

Dark pasts: historical crime fiction 10.30am, £9 / £8 / £6

Platform seven – Louise Doughty 2pm, £9 / £8 / £6

A taste of murder: gourmet crime 12pm, £9 / £8 / £6

Scandal in the city 3.30pm, £9 / £8 / £6

Yrsa Sigurðardóttir 2pm, £9 / £8 / £6

Dissecting Euro Noir 5pm, £9 / £8 / £6 Conviction – Denise Mina 7pm, £9 / £8 / £6 Noirwich LIVE 8pm, free, booking essential

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UEA LIVE UEA Live – in collaboration with the National Centre for Writing – brings you a series of readings showcasing the past, present and future of UEA writing talent. All readings take place in the National Centre for Writing, Dragon Hall at 7pm (doors 6.30pm) Free Visit nationalcentreforwriting.org.uk/whats-on Email kate.moorhead-kuhn@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 591060 NewWriting

OCTOBER Thu 3 Oct Cat Woodward Thu 24 Oct Ashley Hickson-Lovence Black History Month event

NOVEMBER Thu 21 Nov Tash Aw DECEMBER Thu 12 Dec Edward Parnell

Photos left to right: Cat Woodward, Ashley Hickson-Lovence, Tash Aw and Edward Parnel 6


All events take place at the Sainsbury Centre, UEA Visit dorislessing100.org Email lessing100@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593412 @DorisLessing100

SEPTEMBER Thu 12 Sep, 7.45pm (doors 7pm) Margaret Drabble and Prof Roberta Rubenstein (American University) in conversation with Prof Christopher Bigsby (UEA) Followed by an opportunity to explore the Doris Lessing 100 exhibition, 9-10pm £15 OCTOBER Sat 26 Oct, 7pm (doors 6pm) Women writers in conversation: Margaret Drabble, Rachel Cusk, Lara Feigel, Emma Claire Sweeney and Dr Nonia Williams (UEA) £15, including entry to Doris Lessing 100 exhibition Thu 31 Oct, 1.15–1.45pm Lunchtime talk with Dr Matthew Taunton (UEA): Lessing, Communism and the New Left Meet at gallery reception Free with exhibition ticket and for students

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DORIS LESSING SPECIAL EVENTS Events to mark the centenary of Nobel Prize-winning author Doris Lessing, hosted by UEA’s School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing, in partnership with the British Archive for Contemporary Writing

NOVEMBER Thu 7 Nov, 1.15–1.45pm Lunchtime talk with Dr Nonia Williams (UEA): The Golden Notebook Meet at gallery reception Free with exhibition ticket and for students

CONFERENCE Thu 12 – Sat 14 Sep

Doris Lessing at 100: The Writer’s Quest conference International conference re-examining Lessing’s legacy Events coincide with the exhibition ‘Doris Lessing 100’ at the Sainsbury Centre, Fri 13 Sep 2019 – Sun 9 Feb 2020

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LITERATURE

LITERARY TRANSLATION WORKSHOPS Events hosted by the British Centre for Literary Translation (BCLT) and led by renowned literary translators All events take place 5.30–7pm in the Julian Study Centre 1.02, UEA Free Visit bclt.org.uk Email c.rossi@uea.ac.uk @bcltuea

OCTOBER Wed 2 Oct Starting out in literary translation Jen Calleja

NOVEMBER Wed 6 Nov TBC See website for details

Wed 16 Oct TBC See website for details

Wed 13 Nov On translating Alia Trabucco Zerán’s The Remainder (Shortlisted for the Man Booker International Prize 2019) Sophie Hughes

Wed 23 Oct Translating crime fiction Don Bartlett

Wed 20 Nov Commissioning and editing translations Bill Swainson Wed 27 Nov TBC See website for details

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All auditions held at the UEA Music Centre – please book in advance via the website Visit uea.ac.uk/music-centre/ensembles Email musicevents@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593948 @UEAConcerts UEAMusicCentre

Fri 27 Sep, 11am–5.30pm and Mon 30 Sep, 12–6pm UEA Choir auditions Auditions ten minutes in duration

Fri 27 Sep, 11am–5.30pm and Mon 30 Sep, 12–6pm UEA Chamber Choir auditions Some vocal training and/or choral experience is essential, as well as the ability to read music

Fri 27 Sep, 12–6pm and Mon 30 Sep, 3–8pm UEA Symphony Orchestra auditions Grade 7 standard or above

MUSIC AND DRAMA

AUDITIONS Auditions open to staff, students and members of the community

Auditions ten minutes in duration

Auditions ten minutes in duration

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MUSIC AND DRAMA

CONCERTS Tickets for UEA concerts are available: Online uea.ac.uk/music-centre/events/tickets In person and by phone St George’s Music Shop (01603 626414) or on the door Visit uea.ac.uk/music-centre/events Email musicevents@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593948 @UEAConcerts

Wed 2 Oct, Wed 6 Nov and Wed 4 Dec, 1.10–1.55pm (doors 1.05pm) UEA Music Centre lunchtime concerts Strode Room, UEA Music Centre Free NOVEMBER Fri 22 Nov, 7.30–9.30pm (doors 6.45pm) UEA Choir and Symphony Orchestra: Myth and Faith Directed by Stuart Dunlop (UEA Director of Music) St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich £4–£12

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DECEMBER Sun 8 Dec, 6.30–7.30pm (doors 5.45pm) Christmas with UEA Chamber Choir St George’s Church, Tombland, Norwich Free Wed 11 Dec, 7.30–9.30pm (doors 6.45pm) UEA Choir Christmas carol concert St John the Baptist Roman Catholic Cathedral, Norwich Directed by Tom Primrose (UEA Choirmaster) £10 / £7 (seniors, students and UEA staff)


£7 / £5

OCTOBER Thu 10, Fri 11 and Sat 12 Oct, 7.30pm Moonfleece Philip Ridley Performance from UEA students’ Minotaur Theatre Company Visit minotaurtheatre.co.uk Email minotaurtheatre@gmail.com @minotaurtheatre

Sun 13 Oct, 6pm Life as an emotionless killing machine David Banks (Cyberleader, Dr Who) Visit hostryfestival.org Email ldc.dramastudio@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 592272

MUSIC AND DRAMA

DRAMA All events take place in the UEA Drama Studio

DECEMBER Tue 3 – Sun 8 Dec

Love of the Nightingale / The Break of Day Timberlake Wertenbaker Final year productions by UEA students Visit store.ac.uk for details Email ldc.dramastudio@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 592272 @UEADrama ueastudio

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GIGS

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 Visit ueaticketbookings.co.uk Email boxoffice@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 508050

OCTOBER Fri 4 Oct, 7.30pm Richard Hawley £27.50

NOVEMBER Fri 8 Nov, 7.30pm Kate Tempest £22

Thu 24 Oct, 7.30pm Hot Chip + Rosie Low £26.50

Sun 17 Nov, 7pm Mahalia £17.50

Wed 30 Oct, 7pm Neil Oliver: The story of the British Isles in 100 places Plus special guests £23

NEIL OLIVER Wed 30 Oct

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THE WATERFRONT Gigs on King Street, Norwich Visit ueaticketbookings.co.uk Email boxoffice@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 508050

OCTOBER Sat 19 Oct, 6pm Black Honey + Demob Happy + Big Spring £14

NOVEMBER Wed 13 Nov, 7.30pm Jade Bird £12.50 Fri 29 Nov, 6.30pm Ride £26

JADE BIRD Wed 13 Nov 13


LECTURES AND SEMINARS

AUTUMN INAUGURAL LECTURES Hear about a range of cutting-edge research from UEA’s newest professors All events 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 8 Oct Alternative performance measures: do managers disclose them to inform us, or to mislead us? Prof Ana Marques (Norwich Business School) Tue 22 Oct Marine microbes: the engine and lungs of the oceans Prof Carol Robinson (School of Environmental Sciences) Part of the Norwich Science Festival

NOVEMBER Tue 5 Nov The mathematics of water waves under ice and related phenomena Prof Emilian Parau (School of Mathematics)

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Tue 12 Nov Beyond the thin ideal: the importance of feminism in understanding and treating eating problems Prof Su Holmes (School of Art, Media and American Studies) Tue 19 Nov The evolution of international treaties for the protection of foreign investment Prof Tarcisio Gazzini (School of Law) DECEMBER Tue 3 Dec Doctors and patients: why big data must leave space for small talk Prof Nick Steel (Norwich Medical School)


Curated by UEA and the National Centre for Writing All events take place from 7pm (doors 6.30pm) and end around 9pm at the National Centre for Writing, Dragon Hall, Norwich Free, booking essential Suitable for ages 16+ Visit nationalcentreforwriting.org.uk or uea.ac.uk/events Email events@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 877177

SEPTEMBER Mon 23 Sep Exhaustion Are we working too hard? What is lack of sleep actually doing to our bodies? Writer and journalist Dawn Foster will critique the notion of millennial burnout, Dr Alpar Lazar (UEA) will examine the link between lack of sleep and the onset of dementia and author Dr Anna Katharina Schaffner (University of Kent) will argue that exhaustion has always been part of our collective narrative

OCTOBER Mon 21 Oct Guts Can you stomach a debate? Our digestive organs are used to explain a variety of cultural symptoms – but what is really churning in our bellies, and how does it affect us? Journalist and broadcaster Tim Hayward will help us digest our social history,

Dr Lindsay Hall (Quadram Institute) will expand on the interactions between microbiota and our bodies and Prof Tiffany Atkinson (UEA) will share how our anatomy has been presented culturally and historically

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

DRAGON HALL DEBATES Tackling the biggest questions in science, culture and politics: hear from a panel of writers, thinkers and change-makers, then join the conversation and have your say

Part of the Norwich Science Festival

NOVEMBER Mon 25 Nov Surveillance What problems – and what benefits – can be found in our world of constant surveillance? CEO of Index on Censorship Jodie Ginsberg will explore the effect of surveillance on the press, Dr Joe Purshouse (UEA) will challenge the legality of facial recognition technology and Dr Kaeten Mistry (UEA) will explore what happens after the proverbial whistle is blown

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IN OTHER WORDS TRANSLATION TALKS Events hosted by UEA’s School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies All events take place 1–2pm in the Thomas Paine Study Centre Lecture Theatre, UEA Free Visit uea.ac.uk/lcs Email r.w.baines@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593353 @languages_UEA UEALCS

OCTOBER Thu 24 Oct Memes as a political act of cultural translation Dr Sarah Maitland (Goldsmiths, University of London) NOVEMBER Thu 7 Nov A career in professional translation and localisation Michael Smith (Verboo Language Services) Thu 28 Nov Public service interpreting and translation in a turbulent time: setting the historical context, exploring current status and discussing possible futures Mike Orlov (National Register of Public Service Interpreters)

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UEA EVENING LANGUAGE CLASSES Wed 11 Sep (application deadline) Arts 1, UEA £150 per course Visit uealanguageprogramme.org/ evening-classes Email ulp@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593708 UEALCS

CONFERENCE: THE OBJECTIVES OF ECONOMIC REGULATION Mon 16 Sep, 10am–6pm Thomas Paine Study Centre Lecture Theatre, UEA £200 / £100 / £50 (students) / free (UEA staff and students) Visit competitionpolicy.ac.uk/events

DEMENTIA OPEN FORUM Wed 18 Sep, 2–3pm Julian Study Centre Harvard Lecture Theatre 3.02, UEA Free Presentation by Prof David Wright (UEA) Visit uea.ac.uk/medicine/research/ dementia Email dementia.research@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593540


UEA AT THE NORWICH SCIENCE FESTIVAL

UEA AT THE NORWICH SCIENCE FESTIVAL Fri 18 – Sat 26 Oct Various venues around Norwich UEA are bringing more than 100 talks, workshops, film screenings, demonstrations and activity stands to the Norwich Science Festival! Opposite is a small selection of ticketed talks and workshops – for full listings, including free, drop-in events, please see the Norwich Science Festival website Listings and tickets norwichsciencefestival.co.uk Email science.festival@uea.ac.uk

UEA is a key partner of the Norwich Science Festival, an annual celebration of all things science organised by The Forum in Norwich. Find out about the impactful research and amazing discoveries being made on your doorstep, with talks, demonstrations and activities featuring UEA scientists throughout the Festival. Every lunchtime, the Festival’s Gallery Stage in The Forum will host a free talk by a UEA scientist, with topics ranging from bird

migration to the chemistry of colour and mysterious hare deaths. Bring your lunch and learn something new while you nosh! The main atrium of The Forum will be turned into The Explorium: a place for everyone to explore the world through science, with free, hands-on activities for all ages from 10am to 4pm each day. Take a look at the Norwich Science Festival website to find out more about the activities on offer and to book onto ticketed talks.

Photo credit:Norwich Science Festival 2018 @David Kirkham (Fisheye Images) 18


Sun 20 Oct, 10.30–11.30am Understanding dementia: sleep, nutrition and lifestyle The Auditorium, The Forum, Norwich With over 850,000 people living with dementia in the UK, scientists must approach understanding its effects via many different pathways. Learn how UEA research is tackling dementia through cognition (Prof Michael Hornberger), nutrition (Prof AnneMarie Minihane) and sleep (Dr Alpar Lazar) in this special panel discussion, chaired by UEA Pro-Vice-Chancellor Prof Dylan Edwards Free

Wed 23 Oct, 1.15–2pm Soil salvation: how soil might save us The Auditorium, The Forum, Norwich Globally, soils store far more carbon than the atmosphere. If we can increase soil carbon, we can help mitigate climate change. Plus, higher carbon soils could be healthier, meaning increased global food security. UEA’s Dr Brian Reid explores how we might harness the power of soils to save us! Free Fri 25 Oct, 7–9pm Health and Wellbeing Café The Murderers, Norwich This year’s Norwich Science Festival will host the inaugural Health and Wellbeing Café, in which we explore the latest science in human health with a focus on current research from UEA and the Norwich Research Park. To launch the Café, Prof Dylan Edwards (Pro-Vice-Chancellor for the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences) and Dr Sarah Hanson (Lecturer in Health Sciences) will discuss the latest in cancer research. The speakers are there to be questioned and talk about their work at all levels. Enjoy a drink and dive into the discussion! Everyone is welcome £3 / £1.50 students

UEA AT THE NORWICH SCIENCE FESTIVAL

Sat 19 Oct, 10.30–11.15am and 11.45am–12.30pm Children’s workshop Poo: what goes in, must come out Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form College, Norwich If you’ve ever wondered how the body turns our food into waste, then this is the workshop for you! Join UEA anatomist Charlie James and follow the journey of food from mouth to south, learning all about the organs we meet along the way. How will we do this? By crafting your very own poo! £2 per child

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LECTURES AND SEMINARS

HEALTH SEMINARS Monthly seminars and workshops hosted by UEA’s School of Health Sciences Free Email sally.beet@uea.ac.uk

Tue 29 Oct, 12–1pm Intuitive eating: empowering children and young people to develop healthy relationships with food and their bodies Edith Cavell Building Lecture Theatre, UEA Wed 13 Nov, 1–2pm Volunteering in health and social care: the potential and the challenge Queen’s Building 01.09, UEA Tue 10 Dec, 12–2pm (time TBC – email for further details)

Implementing digital interventions Queen’s Building 01.09, UEA

HISTORY FOR ALL Sat 5 Oct, 1–5pm Politics and the ‘people’ in historical perspective Lectures and roundtable discussion hosted by UEA academics The Forum, Norwich Free, booking essential Visit uea.ac.uk/history/news-and-events/ history-for-all Email artsandhumanitiesevents@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593412 20

BLAIKIE LECTURE: POLITICS OF THE ENVIRONMENT Mon 14 Oct, 6pm Indigenous peoples navigating from the margins to the centre of environmental politics Joli Carino Seniro (policy advisor and former Director of Forest Peoples Programme UK) Julian Study Centre Lecture Theatre, UEA Free Visit uea.ac.uk/international-development/ news-and-events Email e.austin@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 592329 @developmentuea

CHRISTMAS LECTURES FOR CHILDREN Sat 14 Dec, 10am–12pm Pleasant poetry and a pink pigeon in a pear tree Join Dr Jeremy Noel-Tod (UEA) to explore traditional ingredients that make up the poetry of Christmas, followed by Camilla Ryan (UEA/ Earlham Institute) to find out if it will take a Christmas miracle to save the pink pigeon by unravelling its DNA! Lecture Theatre 1, UEA Free, booking essential Suitable for ages 7+ Booking opens Tue 5 Nov, 9am Visit uea.ac.uk/events Email events@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 592130


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

THIRD THURSDAY LECTURES All lectures take place in the Weston Room, Norwich Cathedral Hostry at 6pm (doors 5.30pm) 50-minute lecture followed by refreshments Free, booking essential Thu 19 Sep TBC

Photo credit: SAKAI Hōitsu Summer and Autumn Flower Plants https://webarchives.tnm.jp

Thu 17 Oct Ukiyo-e printmaking and the Arts and Crafts movement Dr Miya Itabashi (Hosei University) Thu 21 Nov The expression of the four seasons in Japanese paintings Dr Tomoki Emura (Tokyo Research Institute for Cultural Properties)

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

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

Thu 19 Dec Japan’s first economic miracle: coins and trade in 12th century East Asia Prof Mickey Adolphson (University of Cambridge)

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FILM SCREENINGS

EUROPEAN POLITICAL CINEMA A selection of European political films hosted by UEA’s School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies All screenings take place at 5.15pm in the Elizabeth Fry Building 01.02, UEA Free Email v.koutrakou@uea.ac.uk

SEPTEMBER Tue 24 Sep The Fencer Estonia/Finland, Klaus Härö, 2015 OCTOBER Tue 1 Oct Red Army Russia/US, Gabe Polsky, 2015 Screening plus two short Russian films

Tue 8 Oct Frenzy Turkey, Emin Alper, 2015 Tue 15 Oct In The Fade Germany, Fatih Akin, 2017 Tue 22 Oct Les Intouchables France, Olivier Nakache and Éric Toledano, 2011 Tue 29 Oct In Between Israel, Maysaloun Hamoud, 2017

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NOVEMBER Tue 5 Nov Circles Serbia, Srdan Golubović, 2013 Tue 12 Nov Land of Oblivion Ukraine/France, Michale Boganim, 2011 Tue 19 Nov Look Who’s Back Germany, Oliver Masucci, 2015 Tue 26 Nov Le Havre Finland/France/Germany, Aki Kaurismäki, 2011 DECEMBER Tue 3 Dec The Journey UK/Ireland, Nick Hamm, 2016 Tue 10 Dec White Nights US/Russia, Taylor Hackford, 1985

FOREVER A SCHOOL OF FREEDOM: THE BURSTON SCHOOL STRIKE (1914-1939) Fri 13 Sep, 12–1pm (repeated 2–3pm), talk 1–2pm by Shaun Jeffrey (Burston Strike School Trustees) hosted by East Anglian Film Archive The Archive Centre, Martineau Lane, Norwich Free


All art events and exhibitions take place at the Sainsbury Centre unless otherwise stated Opening hours Tuesday–Friday: 10am–6pm / Saturday–Sunday: 10am–5pm / Closed Mondays, including bank holidays Daily tours 11am and 2pm, subject to availability and change Meet at gallery reception Visit scva.ac.uk Email scva@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593199 @SainsburyCentre

EXHIBITIONS Until Sun 15 Dec Magdalene Odundo: The Journey of Things This major exhibition brings together more than 50 of Magdalene Odundo’s works with a large selection of objects chosen by Odundo from across the globe and spanning 3,000 years. Also showcased is Odundo’s largest piece: Transition II, made up of 1,001 individual suspended glass pieces. The exhibition is designed by Sir David Adjaye OBE, in partnership with The Hepworth Wakefield £13 / £12 50% reduction for under 18s, students and Art Fund members Free for Sainsbury Centre members and UEA and NUA students

Until Mon 30 Sep Sonny Assu Canadian Kwakwaka’wakw artist Sonny Assu is the summer resident at the Sainsbury Centre, hosted by the research project Beyond Spectacle: Native North American presence in Britain. Sonny’s work utilises both pop art and traditional North West Coast practises to interrogate cultural identity and western constructions of the indigenous culture Free

ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

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

Fri 13 Sep 2019 – Sun 9 Feb 2020 Doris Lessing 100 An exhibition to celebrate the centenary of Nobel Laureate Doris Lessing from her vast archive held in the British Archive of Contemporary Writing at UEA £8 / £7 50% reduction for under 18s, students and Art Fund members Free for Sainsbury Centre members and UEA and NUA students Visit dorislessing100.org @DorisLessing100

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ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

SPECIAL EVENTS Running alongside the major exhibitions*

Sat 3 Aug – Sun 15 Dec, 12pm and 2.30pm** Daily guided tours of Magdelene Odundo: The Journey of Things Meet at gallery reception

**subject to availability and change

Free with exhibition ticket and for students

SEPTEMBER Sat 21 Sep, 3pm Interpretations Nicky Deeley presents a new piece of work – commissioned by the Sainsbury Centre – in response to Doris Lessing 100 Meet at gallery reception Free

OCTOBER Thu 10 Oct, 6–7.30pm In conversation: Magdelene Odundo and Prof Paul Greenhalgh (Director, Sainsbury Centre) Elizabeth Fry Lecture Theatre 01.02, UEA £8 / free for students

NOVEMBER Fri 1 Nov, 1–5pm Study day: Artists working with collections Sainsbury Centre Studio £20 / free for students, booking essential Refreshments provided *See all Doris Lessing 100 special events in LITERATURE (page 7)

Thu 19 Sep, 1.15–1.45pm

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FAMILIES AND CHILDREN

Sundays 8, 15, 22 and 29 Sep, 11am–1pm Hand-built ceramics course Ali Hewson supports participants to make a ceramic vessel over four sessions Sainsbury Centre Studio £100, booking essential All materials provided

All art events and workshops take place at the Sainsbury Centre Studio

Sat 12 Oct, 1–4.30pm Coloured clay workshop Sgraffito and inlaying techniques inspired by the work of Magdalene Odundo, with Lydia Hardwick Sainsbury Centre Studio £45, booking essential All materials provided

Photo credit: Magdalene Odundo Transition II National Glass Centre @Gilmar Ribeiro

YOUNG ASSOCIATES Tuesdays in term time: 15, 22, 29 Oct; 5, 12, 19, 26 Nov; 3 Dec, 4.30-6.30pm Opportunity for young people to work with staff to curate public events and exhibitions for the Sainsbury Centre programme Free Email n.croose-myhill@uea.ac.uk Suitable for 16–25 years

PORTFOLIO Thu 24 Oct, 10.30am–3.30pm With artist Anna Brass £20 / bursaries available, booking essential

ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

WORKSHOPS

Email scva@uea.ac.uk Ideal for GCSE and A-level students

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WHAT’S ON

Until Sun 15 Dec

Art: Magdalene Odundo: The Journey of Things

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Until Mon 30 Sep

Art: Sonny Assu

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Fri 13 Sep - Sun 9 Feb

Art: Doris Lessing 100

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SEPTEMBER Wed 4 Sep

Literature: Noirwich presents… James Ellroy

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Sat 7 Sep

Open day: UEA Open Day

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Sundays 8 - 29 Sep

Art: Hand-built ceramics course

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Thu 12 - Sun 15 Sep

Literature: Noirwich Crime Writing Festival

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Thu 12 - Sat 14 Sep

Conference: Doris Lessing at 100

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Thu 12 Sep

Literature: Margaret Drabble and Prof Roberta Rubenstein

Fri 13 Sep

Film/Talk: Forever a school of freedom: the Burston School strike

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Mon 16 Sep

Conference: The objectives of economic regulation

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Wed 18 Sep

Seminar: Dementia open forum

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Thu 19 Sep

Lecture: SISJAC TBC

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Thu 19 Sep

Tour: Curator’s tour: Doris Lessing 100

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Sat 21 Sep

Art: Interpretations: Nicky Deeley

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Mon 23 Sep

Debate: Exhaustion

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Tue 24 Sep

Film: The Fencer

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Fri 27 Sep & Mon 30 Sep Music: UEA Choir auditions

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Fri 27 Sep & Mon 30 Sep Music: UEA Chamber Choir auditions

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Fri 27 Sep & Mon 30 Sep Music: UEA Symphony Orchestra auditions

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OCTOBER

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Tue 1 Oct

Film: Red Army

Wed 2 Oct

Literature: Elizabeth Macneal

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Wed 2 Oct

Workshop: Starting out in literary translation

Wed 2 Oct

Concert: UEA Music Centre lunchtime concert

Thu 3 Oct

Literature: Cat Woodward

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Fri 4 Oct

Gig: Richard Hawley

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Lecture: History For All: Politics and the ‘people’

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Tue 8 Oct

Film: Frenzy

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Tue 8 Oct

Lecture: Alternative performance measures

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Wed 9 Oct

Literature: Tash Aw

Thu 10, Fri 11 & Sat 12 Oct Drama: Moonfleece

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Thu 10 Oct

Talk: In conversation: Magdelene Odundo and Prof Paul Greenhalgh

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Sat 12 Oct

Art: Coloured clay workshop

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Sun 13 Oct

Talk: Life as an emotionless killing machine (David Banks, Cyber Leader)

Mon 14 Oct

Lecture: Blaikie Lecture: Politics of the environment

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Tue 15 Oct

Film: In The Fade

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Wed 16 Oct

Literature: Tracy Chevalier

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Wed 16 Oct

Workshop: Literary translation

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Thu 17 Oct

Lecture: Ukiyo-e printmaking and the Arts and Crafts movement

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Fri 18 Oct - Sat 26 Oct

Norwich Science Festival

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Sat 19 Oct

Norwich Science Festival: Children’s workshop: Poo

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Sat 19 Oct

Gig: Black Honey + Demob Happy + Big Spring

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Sun 20 Oct

Norwich Science Feztival: Panel: Understanding dementia

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Mon 21 Oct

Debate: Guts

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Tue 22 Oct

Lecture: Marine microbes

14

Tue 22 Oct

Film: Les Intouchables

22

Wed 23 Oct

Literature: Steve Jones

Wed 23 Oct

Norwich Science Festival: Talk: Soil salvation

19

Wed 23 Oct

Workshop: Translating crime fiction

8

Thu 24 Oct

Literature: Ashley Hickson-Lovence

5

Thu 24 Oct

Gig: Hot Chip

12

Thu 24 Oct

Art: Portfolio

25

Thu 24 Oct

Talk: Memes as a political act of cultural translation

16

Fri 25 Oct

Norwich Science Festival: Health and Wellbeing Café

19

Sat 26 Oct

Literature: Women writers in conversation

WHAT’S ON

Sat 5 Oct

11

3

7

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WHAT’S ON

Tue 29 Oct

Film: In Between

22

Tue 29 Oct

Seminar: Intuitive eating

20

Wed 30 Oct

Literature: David Owen

Wed 30 Oct

Talk: The story of the British Isles in 100 places

Thu 31 Oct

Talk: Lessing, Communism and the New Left

3 12 7

NOVEMBER

30

Fri 1 Nov

Art: Study day: Artists working with collections

24

Tue 5 Nov

Lecture: The mathematics of water waves under ice

14

Tue 5 Nov

Film: Circles

22

Wed 6 Nov

Literature: Mary Beard

Wed 6 Nov

Concert: UEA Music Centre lunchtime concert

Wed 6 Nov

Workshop: Literary translation

8

Thu 7 Nov

Talk: A career in professional translation and localisation

16

Thu 7 Nov

Talk: The Golden Notebook

Fri 8 Nov

Gig: Kate Tempest

Tue 12 Nov

Lecture: Beyond the thin ideal

14

Tue 12 Nov

Film: Land of Oblivion

22

Wed 13 Nov

Gig: Jade Bird

13

Wed 13 Nov

Literature: Elizabeth Strout

Wed 13 Nov

Workshop: On translating Alia Trabucco Zerán’s The Remainder

Wed 13 Nov

Seminar: Volunteering in health and social care

Sun 17 Nov

Gig: Mahalia

12

Tue 19 Nov

Lecture: The evolution of international treaties

14

Sat 19 Oct

Open day: UEA Open Day

17

Tue 19 Nov

Film: Look Who’s Back

22

Wed 20 Nov

Literature: Louis de Bernières and Prof Chistopher Bigsby

3

Wed 20 Nov

Workshop: Commissioning and editing translations

8

Sun 20 Oct

Open day: UEA Open Day

17

3 10

7 12

3 8 20


Literature: Tash Aw

5

Thu 21 Nov

Lecture: The expression of the four seasons in Japanese paintings

21

Fri 22 Nov

Concert: UEA Choir and Symphony Orchestra: Myth and Faith

10

Fri 22 Nov

Open day: Mini Open Day

17

Mon 25 Nov

Debate: Surveillance

15

Tue 26 Nov

Film: Le Havre

22

Wed 27 Nov

Workshop: Literary translation

8

Thu 28 Nov

Talk: Public service interpreting and translation in a turbulent time

16

Fri 29 Nov

Gig: Ride

13

Drama: Love of the Nightingale and The Break of Day

11

WHAT’S ON

Thu 21 Nov

DECEMBER Tue 3 - Sun 8 Dec Tue 3 Dec

Film: The Journey

Tue 3 Dec

Lecture: Doctors and patients: why big data must leave space for small talk 14

22

Wed 4 Dec

Concert: UEA Music Centre lunchtime concert

10

Fri 6 Dec

Open day: Mini Open Day

17

Sun 8 Dec

Concert: Christmas with UEA Chamber Choir

10

Tue 10 Dec

Film: White Nights

22

Tue 10 Dec

Seminar: Implementing digital interventions

20

Wed 11 Dec

Concert: UEA Choir Christmas carol concert

10

Thu 12 Dec

Literature: Edward Parnell

Sat 14 Dec

Lecture: Christmas lectures for children

20

Thu 19 Dec

Lecture: Japan’s first economic miracle

21

5

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ASHLEY HICKSON-LOVENCE National Centre for Writing Thu 24 Oct

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What's On at UEA - autumn 2019  

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 2019  

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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