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University of East Anglia What’s On Spring 2015 LITERATURE GIGS DRAMA CONCERTS LECTURES FILM ART


Consulting the Oracle, 2013 Š Caroline Walker REALITY: modern and contemporary British Painting _20


What’s On lists a range of events happening in and around the University of East Anglia, from gigs through to public lectures, exhibitions and family activities. Take a look at our events calendar in the back pages, and don’t forget to sign up for our monthly e-newsletter by emailing events@uea.ac.uk or calling 01603 592130. If you’re on Twitter, follow @UEAEvents to stay up to date and for notice of any changes to this season’s programme. Please check the online listings at www.uea.ac.uk/events for any updates to the schedule before making your trip.

04_Literature 06_Gigs 10_Drama 11_Concerts and music events 12_Lectures 19_Film screenings 20_Art events and exhibitions 24_Additional information 25_Events calendar


Literature_Spring Literary Festival The University of East Anglia’s literary festival regularly welcomes award-winning authors, journalists, scientists, broadcasters and more to campus. For more information visit www.uea.ac.uk/litfest, email literaryevents@uea.ac.uk or follow @UEALitFest on Twitter All events take place at 7pm in Lecture Theatre 1, UEA Tickets for UEA’s Spring Literary Festival cost £7 per event (no concessions) or £42 for a season ticket (£35 concessions). To book tickets call 01603 508050 or visit www.ueaticketbookings.co.uk

FEBRUARY Wed 25 February

Helen Macdonald MARCH Wed 4 March

Rachel Cusk

Helen Macdonald © Marzena Pogorzaly

Wed 11 March

Alan Johnson

Robert Macfarlane Wed 18 March

Ali Smith APRIL

Rachel Cusk

Wed 15 April David Nicholls © Hal Shinnie

Alan Johnson Wed 22 April

David Nicholls Wed 29 April

Julia Blackburn

Robert Macfarlane © Angus Muir

Julia Blackburn © Maurice Boyer

Ali Smith © Sarah Wood 04_


Literature_UEA Live UEA Live brings you a series of readings in the heart of Norwich, showcasing the past, present and future of UEA writing talent. All headline authors will be supported by writers from across the current UEA creative writing programmes. The series is held in conjunction with Writers’ Centre Norwich. For more information email Philip Langeskov at p.langeskov@uea.ac.uk All events take place at 7.15pm in Café Bar Marzano, The Forum, Norwich Free and open to all

JANUARY

MARCH

Thu 22 January

Thu 19 March

Eliza Robertson

Will Boast

FEBRUARY

APRIL

Thu 19 February

Thu 23 April

Dea Brøvig

May-Lan Tan

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Gigs_The Nick Rayns LCR The Nick Rayns LCR, a Student Union run venue, is situated on campus at the University of East Anglia Doors open 7.30–11pm (7pm on Sundays), unless otherwise stated All gigs are for over 14s only Prices are advance (more on the door) and may be subject to a booking fee. For more information or to book tickets, call 01603 508050 or visit www.ueaticketbookings.co.uk

JANUARY

MARCH

Sun 29 March

Sun 25 January

Thu 5 March

First Aid Kit

Royal Blood

Sleeping with Sirens vs. Pierce the Veil

£20

£17 – SOLD OUT

FEBRUARY Fri 6 February

The Kerrang! Tour 2015 Doors open 7pm £16.50

Sat 21 February

The Jesus and Mary Chain Doors open 6.30pm £25

Wed 25 February

Enter Shikari

Fri 6 March

APRIL

Jungle

Sat 4 April

Doors open 7pm

Seasick Steve

£16

£23.50 – SOLD OUT

Sun 15 March

Wed 22 April

Placebo

Simple Minds

£29.50 – SOLD OUT

Doors open 7pm

Thu 19 March

Europe & Black Star Riders Doors open 7pm £26

£19.50

While She Sleeps & Cancer Bats 06_

£20

£39.50

Fri 24 April

While She Sleeps & Cancer Bats Doors open 6.30pm £15

Simple Minds


The Jesus and Mary Chain _06 Š Yves Lorson www. yveslorson.com

Enter Shikari _06


Royal Blood _06

First Aid Kit _06


Gigs_The Waterfront The Waterfront, a Student Union run venue, is situated in King Street, Norwich Doors open 7.30–11pm (7pm on Sundays), unless otherwise stated All gigs are for over 14s only Prices are advance (more on the door) and may be subject to a booking fee. For more information or to book tickets, call 01603 508050 or visit www.ueaticketbookings.co.uk

Duke Special

King Charles

JANUARY

FEBRUARY

Sun 18 January

Mon 2 February

Hayseed Dixie

King Charles

£15

£12

Wed 21 January

Wed 4 February

Amon Amarth

Neck Deep

Doors open 6.30pm

£10.50

£15

Wed 11 February Sat 24 January

Enraged Doors open 7pm

Crown The Empire Doors open 6.30pm £12

£10

MARCH Tue 10 March

Stiff Little Fingers

The Subways

Fri 27 March

Reef Doors open 6.30pm £15

APRIL Wed 1 April

The Subways £13

Thu 16 April

UFO £22

Wed 22 April

Duke Special £14

Doors open 7pm £18.50 _9


Drama For more information email dramaevents@uea.ac.uk or follow @UEADrama on Twitter All performances take place at 7.30pm in the UEA Drama Studio Tickets cost £7, £5 (concessions), unless otherwise stated. To book tickets call the UEA Box Office on 01603 508050 or visit www.ueaticketbookings.co.uk

JANUARY

MARCH

Thu 22, Fri 23 and Sat 24 January

Wed 18, Thu 19, Fri 20 and Sat 21 March

The real Inspector Hound

Ubu Roi

Minotaur Theatre Company presents a play by Tom Stoppard

UEA’s Sacré Théâtre presents Alfred Jarry’s play in French

Thu 29, Fri 30 and Sat 31 January

The head that bears A play by Lewis Garvey, winner of Minotaur Theatre Company’s New Writing Competition 2015

FEBRUARY Thu 19, Fri 20 and Sat 21 February

Cabaret: a night at the musicals Minotaur Theatre Company presents a charity event Free admission, donations welcome To reserve tickets email dramaevents@uea.ac.uk

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APRIL Thu 16 April

A level playing field Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts presents a play by Jonathan Lewis, celebrating an 18-year partnership between Mountview and UEA


Concerts and music events For more information about UEA concerts email musicevents@uea.ac.uk, visit www.uea.ac.uk/music-centre, or follow @UEAConcerts on Twitter Concert tickets are available from UEA Box Office (01603 508050, www.ueaticketbookings.co.uk), Prelude Records (01603 628319), St George’s Music Shop (01603 626414), or can be purchased on the door

MARCH

APRIL

Fri 6 March 7.30pm

Tue 21 April 7.30pm

Romantic masterpieces

Messiah

UEA Symphony Orchestra presents Carl Maria von Weber’s Overture to Der Freischütz; Gustav Mahler’s Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen; and Johannes Brahms’ Symphony No.1 in C minor, Op.68

UEA Choir and early music specialists Norwich Baroque perform George Frideric Handel’s Messiah

St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich

£4 – £12

St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich

£4 – £12

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Lectures_Inaugural lectures Celebrating the University’s newly appointed professors and their research, our inaugural lectures are free to attend and open to all. For more information call 01603 592130, email events@uea.ac.uk or visit www.uea.ac.uk/events All inaugural lectures take place at 6.30pm in the Julian Study Centre lecture theatre, on campus at UEA Complimentary drinks and nibbles are served at the end of each lecture, giving you a chance to meet the speaker

JANUARY

MARCH

Tue 27 January

Tue 3 March

Tell me what you eat and I will tell you what you are

Turning the world upside down and televising the tarpaulin revolution: what might ‘Protest Studies’ look like?

Prof Alastair Forbes, Norwich Medical School

FEBRUARY Tue 3 February

Ways of seeing: eyes and minds in the first millennium Prof John Mitchell, School of Art, Media and American Studies

Tue 17 February

The chemical playground: making the molecules that will work for us Prof Andy Cammidge, School of Chemistry

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Prof David Mead, UEA Law School

Tue 17 March

Testing, testing: evidence-based nursing for an ageing society Prof Antony Arthur, School of Health Sciences

APRIL Tue 14 April

Careless people: the invention of great fiction Prof Sarah Churchwell, School of Art, Media and American Studies


Lectures_Heritage UEA’s Centre of East Anglian Studies raises awareness of the history of Norfolk, Suffolk and adjacent areas, from prehistoric times to the present. For more information email Andrea Titchiner at a.titchiner@uea.ac.uk All lectures take place at 6pm in Lecture Theatre 1, UEA Free and open to all

MARCH

APRIL

Tue 3 March

Tue 14 April

Lost country houses in Norfolk: history and archaeology

Rendlesham re-discovered: an East Anglian royal settlement of the time of Sutton Hoo

Prof Tom Williamson, University of East Anglia

Tue 10 March

Digging Sedgeford: a people’s archaeology Gary Rossin, Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Project (SHARP)

Tue 17 March

The Binham hoard: gold and power in early Anglo-Saxon Norfolk

Prof Christopher Scull, Cardiff University / University College London and Jude Plouviez, Suffolk County Council A joint event with The Society of Antiquaries

Tue 21 April

Hassell Smith Memorial Lecture Living with revolution: some East Anglian voices on the English Civil Wars Prof John Morrill, University of Cambridge

Tim Pestell, Norwich Museum

Sat 28 – Sun 29 March The Society for Names Studies of the British Isles 2015 conference

East Anglian places and people Held in conjunction with the Centre of East Anglian Studies (CEAS) UEA, Norwich For more information, including prices visit www.snsbi.org.uk or email Andrea Titchiner at a.titchiner@uea.ac.uk

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Lectures_Philosopher Kings A guest lecture series exploring varied aspects of philosophy. For more information email philosophyevents@uea.ac.uk All lectures take place at 6.30pm in Lecture Theatre 2, UEA Free and open to all

FEBRUARY

MARCH

Tue 10 February

Tue 3 March

Gandhi and non-violent direct action

A federal Europe?

Dr Shahrar Ali, Green Party

Andrew Duff, Liberal Democrats

Tue 17 February

Short-termism in society Andy Haldane, Bank of England

Lectures_American debates A lecture series led by UEA academics, discussing major topics in American politics and society. For more information email Dr Emma Long at emma.long@uea.ac.uk All lectures take place at 6.30pm in the Vernon Castle Room, Millennium Library, Norwich Free and open to all

MARCH

APRIL

Tue 10 March

Tue 14 April

Guns and the US: why America will never have European-style gun control laws

Blowing the whistle: American foreign relations and the emergence of whistleblowers

Dr Emma Long, University of East Anglia

Dr Kaeten Mistry, University of East Anglia

Tue 17 March

Tue 21 April

Ferguson: race and policing in the US

Red Skins! : a controversial name for an American football team

Dr Nicholas Grant, University of East Anglia

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Dr Jacqueline Fear-Segal, University of East Anglia


Lectures_Newman lectures The Newman Lectures are a series of talks on Catholicism in history. The subject of the 2014/15 series is 'Catholicism and English culture'. For more information visit www.newmanlectures.co.uk Unless otherwise stated, all lectures take place at 6pm in the Julian Study Centre, room 3.02, UEA Free and open to all

FEBRUARY

MARCH

Mon 16 February

Mon 2 March

The culture of prayer amongst persecuted English Catholics 1560-1760

John Henry Newman

Prof John Morrill, University of Cambridge

Queens building, room 1.03, UEA

Prof Eamon Duffy, University of Cambridge

Mon 9 March Mon 23 February

Christ the physician walks the wards: religion and medicine in later medieval England Prof Carole Rawcliffe, University of East Anglia

Confession yesterday and today Prof Henry Mayr-Harting, University of Oxford Queens building, room 1.03, UEA

Mon 16 March

John Lydgate’s medieval identities: monk, poet, and graffiti artist Dr Karen Smyth, University of East Anglia

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Lectures_London lectures UEA is known for being at the forefront of topical debates and our London Lecture series aims to get to grips with contemporary issues. For more information email events@uea.ac.uk The UEA London Lecture 2015 series takes place at Woburn House, London. The lectures start at 7pm, following a drinks reception at 6pm Free to attend, but booking is essential. Register online at www.uea.ac.uk/events

JANUARY

APRIL

JULY

Thu 22 January

Thu 23 April

Thu 9 July

Enhancing well-being at work: evidence-based approaches

Why should I vote for you? Reason and rhetoric in the general election campaign

Searching for new antibiotics in the nests of tropical leafcutter ants

Dr Laura Biggart and Prof Kevin Daniels, University of East Anglia

Discussion led by Prof Alan Finlayson, University of East Anglia

Dr Matt Hutchings, University of East Anglia

Lectures_Contemporary Economic Issues For more information about the Contemporary Economic Issues lecture series visit www.uea.ac.uk/economics/contemporary-economic-issues or email Dr Stefania Sitzia at s.sitzia@uea.ac.uk All lectures take place from 6 – 8pm in Lecture Theatre 4, UEA Free and open to all

FEBRUARY

MARCH

APRIL

Mon 2 February

Mon 9 March

Mon 20 April

What is the matter with economics?

What is an institution?

Trust as a common good

Prof Francesco Guala, Universita La Bicocca

Prof Vittorio Pelligra, University of Cagliari

Prof Shaun Hargreaves Heap, King’s College London

Mon 9 February

The interdisciplinary nature of environmental and ecological economics Tiziana Luisetti, CEFAS and University of East Anglia 16_


Lectures_European Forum A selection of guest lectures hosted by the University of East Anglia’s Centre for Research in European Studies (CREST). For more information email Dr Vassiliki Koutrakou at v.koutrakou@uea.ac.uk Unless otherwise stated, all European Forum lectures take place at 6pm in the UEA Arts building, room 3.02 Free and open to all

FEBRUARY

Thu 12 March

Thu 5 February

The lion beat the unicorn? The foreign policy of the UK coalition government

Subsidiarity, sovereignty and the role of regional organisations

Prof Richard Whitman, University of Kent at Canterbury

Prof Joshua Kassner, University of Baltimore

Thu 19 March

MARCH

The European Parliament: what’s new since the 2014 elections?

Thu 5 March

Prof Michael Shackleton, University of Maastricht

Communicating Europe: opportunities and challenges of being in the media and getting the right message out

APRIL

Madi Sharma, Director of The Madi Group, member of EU Economic and Social Committee

Thu 23 April

UK general elections: round table expert panel discussion on main issues and forecasts Various speakers, Thomas Paine Study Centre lecture theatre, UEA

Sun 22 February 4 – 8pm

Voices from Greece 2015 An insightful evening of talks on Greek culture, from antiquity to the modern day (4 – 6pm) and traditional music performances (6 – 8pm) Lecture theatre 1, UEA Free E h.anagnostopoulou@uea.ac.uk

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Lectures_Language and translation UEA is a keen advocate of intercultural communication and many of our students and researchers are involved in translation, linguistics and cross-cultural adaptation. For more information about any of these lectures email Dr Leticia Yulita at l.yulita@uea.ac.uk All lectures take place from 1.10 – 2pm in Lecture Theatre 3, UEA Free and open to all

FEBRUARY

MARCH

Thu 26 February

Thu 5 March

'Cause we are living in an intercultural world: reimagining the ‘intercultural’ in education

Translation for dubbing: juggling dialogue writing, lip-syncing and oral discourse

Prof Fred Dervin, University of Helsinki

Thu 12 March

Intercultural engagement and the study abroad experience Dr Prue Holmes, Durham University

Dr Frederic Chaume, Universitat Jaume I

Other lectures JANUARY

FEBRUARY

Fri 27 February 7pm

Thu 15 January 6pm

Thu 19 February 6pm

Looking at Japanese erotica in a comparative context

Rediscovering forgotten modern Japanese painters: the Charles Stewart Smith collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

John Garrett Memorial Lecture: promises, promises – democratic bankruptcy

Dr Ellis Tinios, Leeds University Norwich Cathedral Hostry E sisjac@sainsbury-institute.org

Dr Eriko Tomizawa-kay, Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Fellow

Fri 30 January 6pm

Free, booking essential

Robert Sainsbury Lecture: the museum of the future

E sisjac@sainsbury-institute.org

Free, booking essential

Chris Dercon, Director of Tate Modern, London

Thomas Paine Study Centre lecture theatre, UEA Free E politicsevents@uea.ac.uk

Norwich Cathedral Hostry

MARCH Thu 19 March 6.30pm

Thu 26 February 7pm

Julian Study Centre lecture theatre, UEA

Keswick Hall Lecture: learning wisely, living virtuously: the challenge of modern education

Free, booking essential

Mona Siddiqui

E b.youngman@uea.ac.uk

Thomas Paine Study Centre lecture theatre, UEA Free E events@uea.ac.uk

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Michael Mansfield QC

Arthur Batchelor Lecture Roger Wright (Chief Executive of Aldeburgh Music, former Director of BBC Proms) in conversation with Stuart Dunlop (Director of UEA Music) Thomas Paine Study Centre lecture theatre Free E events@uea.ac.uk


Film screenings_European cinema The University of East Anglia’s Centre for Research in European Studies (CREST) presents a series of European film screenings, subtitled in English. For more information email Dr Vassiliki Koutrakou at v.koutrakou@uea.ac.uk Unless otherwise stated, all screenings take place at 5pm in the UEA Arts building, room A0.100 Free, age restrictions apply

JANUARY Tue 13 January

The counterfeiters (15) Austrian

Tue 20 January

Life feels good (15) Polish

FEBRUARY Tue 3 February

Quai d'Orsay (unrated)

Tue 17 February

No man’s land (15) Bosnian

Tue 24 February

I’m so excited (15) Spanish

MARCH Tue 3 March

Tulpan (12A) Kazakhstani

French Lecture Theatre 3, UEA

Tue 10 March

Tue 10 February

Belgian

We shall overcome (12A) Norwegian-Danish

Frits and Freddy (unrated) Tue 17 March

Au revoir les enfants (PG) French Lecture Theatre 3, UEA

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Art events and exhibitions_special exhibitions The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts is a world class art gallery and museum located on campus at the University of East Anglia. A selection of upcoming Sainsbury Centre events are listed over the next few pages. For the full autumn programme call 01603 593199, email scva@uea.ac.uk or visit www.scva.ac.uk Opening times: Tuesday to Friday 10am – 6pm, Saturday to Sunday 10am – 5pm All art events and exhibitions take place at the Sainsbury Centre, unless otherwise stated

Until 1 March 2015

Until 1 Feb 2015

REALITY: modern and contemporary British painting

Points of departure: photography of African migrations

A major exhibition celebrating the strength of British painting

An exhibition looking at the transatlantic slave trade and contemporary migration from West Africa

£8 | £6

Free

Until 1 Feb 2015

Crossroads of empires: archaeology in West Africa A UEA research project exploring West Africa’s past over the last 1000 years Free

The Age of Reason or Salem’s Lot © Chris Stevens 2011 REALITY: modern and contemporary British painting 20_

Opening 18 April 2015

Francis Bacon and the masters A groundbreaking exhibition bringing together major works by Francis Bacon and other masters, with many works on loan from the State Hermitage, St Petersburg. This is a culmination of the celebrations marking the Hermitage museum's 250th anniversary.

Ibou's room © Judith Quax 2007 Points of departure: photography of African migrations


Art events and exhibitions_talks and events Gain a new perspective and extra insight into the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts’ collections and exhibitions Unless otherwise stated, meet at the Sainsbury Centre reception

Tuesday to Friday 2.15pm, Saturdays and Sundays 11.15am and 2.15pm

Introductory tours of the Robert and Lisa Sainsbury collection Join an experienced guide for a tour of the Sainsbury Centre's permanent collection Tours last approximately 45 minutes

Last Friday of each month 1.15 – 1.45pm

Art for lunch Informative talks on aspects of the Robert and Lisa Sainsbury collection Free

Fri 30 January

Edgar Degas and Berthe Morisot: a friendship in art

One Sunday a month 2 – 4pm

Study afternoons Explore the Robert and Lisa Sainsbury collection with Sainsbury Centre guides Suitable for over 16s £6 | £4 Booking is advised

1 February

Pete Evans

Pre-historic and Cycladic figures

Thu 15 January, Thu 12 February, 1.15 – 1.45pm

Fri 27 February

1 March

Lunchtime talks

Chinese treasures in the Sainsbury collection

Bringing modernism in sculpture to England

Free

Jenni Brace

Free

Fri 27 March

12 April

China

Henry Moore, square form and unit one Chris Jones

Fri 24 April

Two Japanese figures: Jizo Bosatsu and the female Shinto deity Linda Chapman

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Art events and exhibitions_talks and events Unless otherwise stated, meet at the Sainsbury Centre reception

Thu 5 February 6.30pm

Tue 10 – Sat 21 February

No subject matter: painting how you see

Beyond the mask

A lecture by Lynda Morris, Norwich University of the Arts Sainsbury Centre lecture theatre £8 | £6

Fri 6 February 1 – 4pm

Artist study afternoon: paint, painters, painting An opportunity to explore ideas arising from REALITY: modern and contemporary British painting Sainsbury Centre education studio Free, booking essential

Artists in residence, Sylvie Ungauer and Thorsten Streichardt respond to the Sainsbury collection using sound, drawing and performance Sainsbury Centre education studio and living area gallery Free

Fri 20 February 1 – 4pm

Artist study afternoon: working with sound, drawing and performance Artists in residence, Sylvie Ungauer and Thorsten Streichardt talk about their residency project at the Sainsbury Centre, Beyond the mask Sainsbury Centre education studio Free, booking essential

Art events and exhibitions_artists and ideas Practical workshops for adults and young people

Alternate Tuesdays during term time (from 20 January) 4.30 – 6.30pm

Wednesdays during term time (from 14 January) 4.30 – 6.30pm

Young associates

ArtsLab workshops

A group which meets to develop creative ideas and visual arts projects

A chance to learn new artistic techniques Sainsbury Centre education studio

For more information or if you are interested in joining contact Nell Croose Myhill at n.croose-myhill@uea.ac.uk

Booking essential

Sainsbury Centre education studio

£8 | £6 (concessions)

Free and open to ages 15 – 25

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Art events and exhibitions_families and children Creative arts and crafts for the whole family to enjoy

Every second Friday of the month 10.15 – 11.45am (9 Jan, 13 Feb, 13 Mar, 10 April)

One Sunday a month 2 – 4pm (1 Feb, 1 Mar, 12 Apr)

Mini-studio

Sunday studio

Sainsbury Centre education studio

Family friendly, artist-led creative activities, inspired by objects in the Sainsbury collection

£8 | £6 | free for accompanying adults Booking essential

Meet at gallery reception Free, donations welcome

Art events and exhibitions_school holidays The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts runs a range of family activities during the school holidays February Half-term Saturday 14 February – Sunday 22 February

Tue 17 – Wed 18 February 10am – 1pm

During school holidays

Object handling table

Family gallery tours

Living area gallery

Ask at reception for availability and times

Booking not required, drop in

Free, drop in any time

Free

During school holidays, drop in any time

Object in Focus Treasure hunts and creative activities inspired by objects in the Sainsbury Centre’s permanent collections Ask at reception for details on arrival Booking not required, drop in at any time £1 suggested donation

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Additional information How to get to UEA By bus: buses 25 and 26 run from Norwich train station, Castle Meadow and Red Lion Street in the city centre, to the University

By car: follow the ring road to Earlham Road (B1108) where you will see signs to the University. Please note that parking on campus is limited

Park and ride: Costessey Park & Ride Konect Bus Service 604 serves UEA campus every twenty minutes, Monday to Friday throughout the year. Travel time between Costessey and the main campus is just 10 minutes. For more information visit www.norfolk.gov.uk

For directions around the University and information about access routes, take a look at our campus map: www.uea.ac.uk/about/visiting-staying/ campus-map

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What’s On_Calendar 04_Literature 06_Gigs 10_Drama 11_Concerts and music events 12_Lectures 19_Film screenings 20_Art events and exhibitions Until 1 February 2015

Crossroads of empires: archaeology in West Africa

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Until 1 February 2015

Points of departure: photography of African migrations

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Until 1 March 2015

REALITY: modern and contemporary British painting

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Fri 9 January

Mini-studio

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Tue 13 January

The counterfeiters

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Wed 14 January

ArtsLab workshops

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Thu 15 January

Lunchtime talks

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Thu 15 January

Looking at Japanese erotica in a comparative context

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Sun 18 January

Hayseed Dixie

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Tue 20 January

Life feels good

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Tue 20 January

Young associates

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Wed 21 January

Amon Amarth

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Wed 21 January

ArtsLab workshops

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Thu 22 January

Eliza Robertson

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Thu 22, Fri 23 and Sat 24 January

The real Inspector Hound

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Thu 22 January

Enhancing well-being at work: evidence-based approaches

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Sat 24 January

Enraged

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Sun 25 January

First Aid Kit

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Tue 27 January

Tell me what you eat and I will tell you what you are

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Wed 28 January

ArtsLab workshops

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Thu 29, Fri 30 and Sat 31 January

The head that bears

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Fri 30 January

Robert Sainsbury Lecture: the museum of the future

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Fri 30 January

Art for lunch: Edgar Degas and Berthe Morisot: a friendship in art

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Sun 1 February

Sunday studio

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Sun 1 February

Study afternoons: pre-historic and Cycladic figures

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Mon 2 February

King Charles

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Mon 2 February

What is the matter with economics?

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Tue 3 February

Ways of seeing: eyes and minds in the first millennium

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Tue 3 February

Quai d’Orsay

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Tue 3 February

Young associates

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Wed 4 February

Neck Deep

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Wed 4 February

ArtsLab workshops

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Thu 5 February

Subsidiarity, sovereignty and the role of regional organisations

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Thu 5 February

No subject matter: painting how you see

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Fri 6 February

The Kerrang! Tour 2015

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Fri 6 February

Artist study afternoon: paint, painters, painting

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Mon 9 February

The interdisciplinary nature of environmental and ecological economics

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Tue 10 February

Gandhi and non-violent direct action

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Tue 10 February

We shall overcome

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Tue 10 - Sat 21 February

Beyond the mask

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JANUARY

FEBRUARY


FEBRUARY Wed 11 February

Crown The Empire

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Wed 11 February

ArtsLab workshops

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Thu 12 February

Lunchtime talks

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Fri 13 February

Mini-studio

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Sat 14 February – Sun 22 February

Half term activities: object in focus / family gallery tours

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Mon 16 February

The culture of prayer amongst persecuted English Catholics 1560-1760

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Tue 17 February

The chemical playground: making the molecules that will work for us

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Tue 17 February

Short-termism in society

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Tue 17 February

Black Label Society

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Tue 17 February

No man’s land

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Tue 17 February

Young associates

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Wed 18 February

ArtsLab workshops

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Thu 19 February

Dea Brøvig

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Thu 19 February

Rediscovering forgotten modern Japanese painters

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Thu 19, Fri 20 and Sat 21 February

Cabaret: a night at the musicals

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Fri 20 February

Artist study afternoon: working with sound, drawing and performance

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Sat 21 February

The Jesus and Mary Chain

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Sun 22 February

Voices from Greece 2015

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Mon 23 February

Christ the physician walks the wards: religion and medicine in later medieval England

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Tue 24 February

I’m so excited

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Wed 25 February

Helen Macdonald

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Wed 25 February

Enter Shikari

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Wed 25 February

ArtsLab workshops

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Thu 26 February

'Cause we are living in an intercultural world – reimagining the ‘intercultural’ in education

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Thu 26 February

Keswick Hall Lecture: learning wisely, living virtuously:

the challenge of modern education

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Fri 27 February

John Garrett Memorial Lecture: promises, promises – democratic bankruptcy

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Fri 27 February

Art for lunch: Chinese treasures in the Sainsbury collection

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Sun 1 March

Study afternoons: bringing modernism in sculpture to England

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Sun 1 March

Sunday studio

_23

Mon 2 March

John Henry Newman

_15

Tue 3 March

Turning the world upside down and televising the tarpaulin revolution:

what might ‘Protest Studies’ look like?

_12

Tue 3 March

Lost country houses in Norfolk: history and archaeology

_13

Tue 3 March

A federal Europe?

_14

Tue 3 March

Tulpan

_19

Tue 3 March

Young associates

_22

Wed 4 March

Rachel Cusk

_04

Wed 4 March

ArtsLab workshops

_22

Thu 5 March

Communicating Europe: opportunities and challenges of being in the media

and getting the right message out

_17

Thu 5 March

Translation for dubbing: juggling dialogue writing, lip-syncing and oral discourse

_18

Thu 5 March

Royal Blood

_06

Fri 6 March

Jungle

_06

Fri 6 March

Romantic masterpieces

_11

Mon 9 March

Confession yesterday and today

_15

Mon 9 March

What is an institution?

_16

Tue 10 March

Stiff Little Fingers

_09

Tue 10 March

Digging Sedgeford: a people’s archaeology

_13

Tue 10 March

Guns and the US: why America will never have European-style gun control laws

_14

Tue 10 March

Frits and Freddy

_19

Wed 11 March

Robert Macfarlane

_04

Wed 11 March

ArtsLab workshops

_22

Thu 12 March

The lion beat the unicorn? The foreign policy of the UK coalition government

_17

Thu 12 March

Intercultural engagement and the study abroad experience

_18

MARCH


Fri 13 March

Mini-studio

_23

Sun 15 March

Placebo

_06

Mon 16 March

John Lydgate’s medieval identities: monk, poet, and graffiti artist

_15

Tue 17 March

Testing, testing: evidence-based nursing for an ageing society

_12

Tue 17 March

The Binham hoard: gold and power in early Anglo-Saxon Norfolk

_13

Tue 17 March

Ferguson: race and policing in the US

_14

Tue 17 March

Au revoir les enfants

_19

Tue 17 March

Young associates

_22

Wed 18 March

Ali Smith

_04

Wed 18 March

ArtsLab workshops

_17

Wed 18, Thu 19, Fri 20 and Sat 21 March

Ubu Roi

_10

Thu 19 March

The European Parliament: what’s new since the 2014 elections?

_22

Thu 19 March

Will Boast

_05

Thu 19 March

Europe & Black Star Riders

_06

Thu 19 March

Arthur Batchelor Lecture

_18

Wed 25 March

ArtsLab workshops

_22

Fri 27 March

Reef

_09

Fri 27 March

Art for lunch: Henry Moore, square form and unit one

_21

Sat 28 – Sun 29 March

The Society for Names Studies of the British Isles 2015 conference:

East Anglian places and people

_13

Sun 29 March

Sleeping with Sirens vs. Pierce the Veil

_06

Tue 31 March

Young associates

_22

Wed 1 April

The Subways

_09

Wed 1 April

ArtsLab Workshops

_22

Sat 4 April

Seasick Steve

_06

Wed 8 April

ArtsLab Workshops

_22

Fri 10 April

Mini-studio

_23

Sun 12 April

Study afternoons: China

_21

Sun 12 April

Sunday studio

_23

Tue 14 April

Careless people: the invention of great fiction

_12

Tue 14 April

Rendlesham re-discovered: an East Anglian royal settlement of the time of Sutton Hoo

_13

Tue 14 April

Blowing the whistle: American foreign relations and the emergence of whistleblowers

_14

Tue 14 April

Young associates

_22

Wed 15 April

Alan Johnson

_04

Wed 15 April

ArtsLab workshops

_22

Thu 16 April

UFO

_09

Thu 16 April

A level playing field

_10

From Sat 18 April

Francis Bacon and the masters

_20

Mon 20 April

Trust as a common good

_16

Tue 21 April

Messiah

_11

Tue 21 April

Living with revolution: some East Anglian voices on the English Civil Wars

_13

Tue 21 April

Red Skins! : a controversial name for an American football team

_14

Wed 22 April

David Nicholls

_04

Wed 22 April

Simple Minds

_06

Wed 22 April

Duke Special

_09

Wed 22 April

ArtsLab workshops

_22

Thu 23 April

May-Lan Tan

_05

Thu 23 April

Why should I vote for you? Reason and rhetoric in the general election campaign

_16

Thu 23 April

UK general elections: round table expert panel discussion on main issues and forecasts

_17

Fri 24 April

While She Sleeps & Cancer Bats

_06

Fri 24 April

Art for lunch: two Japanese figures: Jizo Bosatsu and the female Shinto deity

_21

Wed 29 April

Julia Blackburn

_04

APRIL


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