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SPRING 2019

LITERATURE GIGS DRAMA CONCERTS LECTURES FILM ART


CONTENTS

3 LITERATURE 6 MUSIC AND DRAMA 8 GIGS 10 LECTURES AND SEMINARS 19 FILM SCREENINGS 22 ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS 27 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 28 EVENTS CALENDAR

Front cover: Tracey Thorn, UEA Spring Literary Festival, Wed 13 Feb This page: Young Associates, Sainsbury Centre Back cover: Dale Beaumont-Brown by Portrait of a Wrestler


All lectures 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 Follow @UEALitFest

FEBRUARY Wed 13 Feb Tracey Thorn Wed 20 Feb Tessa Hadley Wed 27 Feb Marlon James MARCH Wed 6 Mar Gina Miller Wed 13 Mar John Boyne

LITERATURE

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

Wed 20 Mar Rachel Cusk Wed 27 Mar Max Porter MAY Thu 2 May Damian Barr Photo credits: Tracey Thorn, Tess Hadley (©Mark Vessey); Marlon James (©Jeffrey Skemp); Gina Miller (© Emma Freeman); John Boyne, Rachel Cusk (©Siemon Scamell-Katz); Max Porter (©Lucy Dickens); Damian Barr (©Jonathan Ring)

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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, Norwich at 7pm (doors 6.30pm) Free Email kate.moorhead-kuhn@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 877177

JANUARY Thu 24 Jan Paul Howarth Faculty guest reader: Andrew Cowan

MARCH Thu 14 Mar Sophie Collins and Joanna Walsh Faculty guest reader: Tessa McWatt Women’s History Month celebration

FEBRUARY Thu 21 Feb Linda Rose Parkes Faculty guest reader: Philip Langeskov

MAY Thu 2 May Boiler House Press Various readers from publishing house based at UEA


All events take place at 5.30–7pm, unless otherwise stated*, in Arts 2.84, UEA Free Email c.rossi@uea.ac.uk

JANUARY Wed 16 Jan How to write a reader’s report Dr Cecilia Rossi

RESEARCH SYMPOSIA Symposia marking important new publications in translation studies, 4–7pm

Wed 23 Jan Reader’s report clinic Dr Cecilia Rossi

Free

Wed 30 Jan, 7.30pm* Theatre translation Foreign Affairs theatre company

Wed 27 Feb The Work of Literary Translation (CUP, 2018) Prof Clive Scott Committee Room 2, Council House, UEA

FEBRUARY Wed 6 Feb Translating Harry Potter Prof Janet Garton Wed 13 Feb Translating style Prof Jean Boase-Beier

MARCH Wed 6 Mar Editing/copy-editing translations: a practical approach Bella Bosworth

LITERATURE

LITERARY TRANSLATION WORKSHOPS A series of workshops hosted by the British Centre for Literary Translation and led by renowned literary translators

Visit bclt.org.uk/events Email bclt@uea.ac.uk

Wed 20 Mar Routledge Handbook of Translation and Philosophy (Routledge, 2018) Prof Piers Rawling (Florida State University) and Philip Wilson (UEA) Council Chamber, Council House, UEA

Wed 27 Mar Writer-translator collaboration Christina MacSweeney 5


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 Follow @UEAConcerts

Wed 6 Feb, Wed 6 Mar and Wed 1 May, 1.10–1.55pm (doors 1.05pm) UEA Music Centre lunchtime concerts Strode Room, UEA Music Centre Free MARCH Sun 10 Mar, 6.30–7.30pm (doors 6pm) UEA Chamber Choir St George’s Church, Tombland, Norwich Free

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Thu 21 Mar, 7.30–9.30pm (doors 6.45pm) UEA Choir, Chamber Choir and Symphony Orchestra: Poulenc and Berlioz Directed by Stuart Dunlop (UEA Director of Music) and Tom Primrose (UEA Choirmaster) St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich £12 / £4

Photo credit: Sophie Duffy


£7 / £5 Visit store.uea.ac.uk Email ldc.dramastudio@uea.ac.uk

JANUARY Tue 29 and Wed 30 Jan, 7.30pm Bad Dog Inkwell Productions Visit inkwellproductions.org

MARCH Wed 27 Mar, 3pm, Thu 28, Fri 29 and Sat 30 Mar, 7pm L’Avare (The Miser) Sacré Théâtre, UEA-based French theatre company

MUSIC AND DRAMA

DRAMA All events take place in the UEA Drama Studio

Please note this will be performed in French

Sat 23 Mar, 4pm

Voices from Greece Greek poetry set to music performed by Plastikes Karekles Roderick Beaton (King’s College, London), David Holton (Cambridge) and John Kittmer (British Ambassador to Greece 2013–2016) Lecture Theatre 1, UEA Free Email h.anagnostopoulou@uea.ac.uk

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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

JANUARY Sun 20 Jan, 7pm Enter Shikari / Palaye Royale / Black Peaks £25 FEBRUARY Sun 10 Feb, 7pm Kaiser Chiefs £35

MARCH Sun 10 Mar, 7pm AJ Tracey £20 Thu 28 Mar, 7.30pm Idles £17.50

IDLES Thu 28 Mar

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GIGS

THE WATERFRONT Gigs on King Street, Norwich

JANUARY Sat 26 Jan, 6.30pm Louise Distras £8 FEBRUARY Fri 1 Feb, 7pm Aquaria: winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 10 £20 / £35 VIP

Thu 28 Feb, 7.30pm The Orielles £10 APRIL Mon 15 Apr, 7.30pm Stefflon Don £16

THE ORIELLES Thu 28 Feb 9


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SPRING INAUGURAL LECTURES Explore innovative research with UEA’s newest professors 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

JANUARY Tue 15 Jan It’s not just food: what we eat matters for how we age Prof Ailsa Welch Norwich Medical School

Tue 26 Feb From diet to disease: adventures in cell biology Prof Maria O’Connell School of Pharmacy

Tue 29 Jan How does the brain work? Insights from brain imaging and machine learning Prof Will Penny School of Psychology

MARCH Tue 12 Mar Pedagogy before technology: trials and tribulations of an early adopter Prof Veena Rodrigues Norwich Medical School

FEBRUARY Tue 12 Feb Films in translation – voices for all: audiovisual translation as intercultural mediation Prof Marie-Noëlle Guillot School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies

Tue 26 Mar Rhetoric in the 21st century: the arts of discourse and their implications for the curriculum in schools and universities Prof Richard Andrews School of Education and Lifelong Learning


All lectures take place at 6.30pm and are followed by a drinks reception Free, booking essential Visit uea.ac.uk/events Email events@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 592130

JANUARY Thu 24 Jan Popular music and disability: different embodiments and voices from rock & roll onwards Prof George McKay School of Art, Media and American Studies FEBRUARY Thu 28 Feb Nutrition, brain vitality and dementia Prof Anne-Marie Minihane Norwich Medical School

MARCH Thu 28 Mar Radio blips and blasts: pulsars and our understanding of the cosmos Dr Robert Ferdman School of Chemistry

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

UEA LONDON LECTURES Hear about current UEA research at the Regent Street Cinema in the heart of London

MAY Thu 2 May Water and war Prof Mark Zeitoun School of International Development

CONFERENCE Thu 17 Jan, 1–6pm and Fri 18 Jan, 8.30am-6pm Exposing secrets: the past, present and future of US National Security whistleblowing and government secrecy NYU London, 6 Bedford Square, Bloomsbury, London Free, booking essential Email k.mistry@uea.ac.uk Visit wp.nyu.edu/whistleblowing/conference

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LECTURES AND SEMINARS

PHILOSOPHY LECTURE SERIES Lectures on the theme of being governed, hosted by UEA’s School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies All lectures begin 6.15pm (doors 6pm) in the Thomas Paine Study Centre lecture theatre, UEA Free Visit uea.ac.uk/philosophy/news-and-events Email philosophyevents@uea.ac.uk

JANUARY Tue 22 Jan Being governed by economics Dr Alex Douglas (St Andrews) Discussant: Prof Robert Sugden (UEA) Followed by a drinks reception FEBRUARY Tue 5 Feb Being governed by rules for belief Dr James Andow (UEA) Discussant: Ian Hare (UEA) Tue 19 Feb Being governed by nature Dr Rupert Read (UEA) Discussants: Dr Sophie Scott-Brown (UEA) and Janosch Prinz (UEA)

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MARCH Tue 5 Mar Being governed by social science Dr Michael Frazer (UEA) Discussant: Dr Zeynep Pamuk (University of Oxford) Tue 19 Mar Being governed by populist logic Dr Marina Prentoulis (UEA) Discussant: Dr Emmy Eklundh (KCL) Followed by a drinks reception


Email university.of.sanctuary@uea.ac.uk Follow @UeaOf Facebook @UEAuniversityofsanctuary Instagram @ueauniversityofsanctuary

JANUARY Wed 23 Jan, all day Anniversary celebration Drop-in sessions, ‘Balloon debate’, film screening and more UEA campus Mon 28 Jan, 1–2pm Active integration: sport taking an active role in the integration of refugees Dr Mark Doige (University of Brighton) Lecture Theatre 4, UEA

MARCH Mon 25 Mar, 1–2pm What price safe motherhood? Rayah Feldman (Maternity Action) Venue TBC, UEA

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

UNIVERSITY OF SANCTUARY Free events hosted by UEA’s University of Sanctuary team

Wed 6 Mar, 1–2.30pm

Craftivism and gentle protest Julian Study Centre lecture theatre, UEA Sarah Corbett (The Craftivist Collective) This ResNet event is in celebration of International Women’s Day 2019 Free, booking essential Email resnetbookings@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593269

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LECTURES AND SEMINARS

JAPANESE ART AND CULTURE Events hosted by UEA’s Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures (SISJAC) Visit sainsbury-institute.org Email sisjac@sainsbury-institute.org Call 01603 597507

THIRD THURSDAY LECTURES All lectures take place in Norwich Cathedral Hostry, unless otherwise stated*, at 6pm 50-minute lecture followed by refreshments Free, booking essential Thu 17 Jan Avant-garde calligraphy between postwar Japan, Europe and the United States Dr Eugenia Bogdanova-Kummer (SISJAC)

Prince George (the future George V) and his elder brother, Prince Albert Victor, at the Honganji in Kyoto in 1881

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Thu 21 Feb Mermaids and snowflakes in the great chain of being Dr Mateja Kovacic (University of Oxford) Thu 21 Mar Hokusai (title TBC) Dr Tim Clark (British Museum) and Dr Angus Lockyer (SOAS, University of London) Thu 25 Apr Tattoos, homesickness and adventure: British royals in Japan and Japanese royals in Britain in the 19th century Prof Peter Kornicki (Cambridge University)


IN OTHER WORDS TRANSLATION TALKS

Talks hosted by UEA’s School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies

Email r.w.baines@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593353

All lectures take place in Lecture Theatre 3, 1–2pm Free Email i.renaudie@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593621

JANUARY Thu 31 Jan Languages and communication at work: what you need for the world of employment Alumni panel discussion MARCH Thu 7 Mar What is a ‘global graduate’ and how do you become one? Jocelyn Wyburd (Cambridge University)

JANUARY Thu 24 Jan Translation industry roles: in-house and freelance James Powell (Transperfect) FEBRUARY Thu 14 Feb Spoken language in and across audiovisual dialogue: the case of dubbing Maria Pavesi (University of Pavia)

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION TALKS

MARCH Thu 28 Mar Translating the indomitable Asterix Adriana Sinclair

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LECTURES AND SEMINARS

DRAGON HALL DEBATES UEA and the National Centre for Writing bring you a 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. All events take place from 7–9pm Free, booking essential Visit nationalcentreforwriting.org.uk Email info@nationalcentreforwriting.org.uk Call 01603 877177

Mon 28 Jan How should we eat? Mon 25 Feb Mobile phones: tyranny or liberation? Mon 25 Mar Drawing the line: do we need borders?

Discussion groups led by UEA’s Dementia Research Collaborative All sessions run from 2–3pm in room 3.02, Julian Study Centre, UEA Free parking in UEA’s main visitor car park; parking tokens will be validated at the registration desk on arrival

Wed 9 Jan, 5–6pm

Free

The integration of health and social care

Email dementia.research@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593540

Prof David Croisdale-Appleby, OBE (Chair of Dementia UK and Chair of the Government’s independent advisory group on carers) Lecture followed by a drinks reception Room 3.02, Julian Study Centre, UEA Free, booking essential

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DEMENTIA OPEN FORA

Wed 13 Feb, 2–3pm Personal care in advanced dementia: working towards reducing refusals Dr Tamara Backhouse Wed 17 Apr, 2–3pm (title TBC)


Free, open to all To request a copy of the text, one week prior to each workshop: Email o.kuusela@uea.ac.uk

Wed 16 Jan Rule following, anxiety and authenticity David Egan (CUNY, Hunter College)

Wed 27 Mar Wittgenstein on the synthetic nature of proofs Wolfgang Kienzler (University of Jena)

Wed 30 Jan Conceptions of philosophical problems and their dissolution: on Wittgenstein, Carnap and against a therapeutic mix Oskari Kuusela (UEA)

Wed 8 May Title to be confirmed Martin Gustafsson (Åbo Akademi University)

Wed 13 Feb Reading the Tractatus Logico Philosophicus Jordi Fairhurst (University of the Balearic Islands) Fri 1 Mar* Title to be confirmed relating to animals Alice Crary (University of Oxford) Wed 13 Mar “We can go no further”: meaning, use and the limits of language Bill Child (Oxford)

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

WITTGENSTEIN WORKSHOPS Discussion workshops focussing on a text sent by the speaker in advance, on Wednesdays, Arts 2.08, UEA, unless otherwise stated*, 5–7pm

Wed 22 May Who are ’we‘ for Wittgenstein? Constantine Sandis (University of Hertfordshire) Arts 0.31, UEA*

COURSE Sat 2 Mar, 9am–5pm and Sun 3 Mar, 9am–4pm Introduction to oceanography Two-day interactive course Seminar room 0.08, Queen’s Building, UEA £50 Email carol.robinson@uea.ac.uk Call 01603593174 Visit store.ac.uk

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Μαθαίνω学习 学习 Μαθαίνω ImparareУчить Учить Imparare ‫ملعت‬ Aprender Aprender‫ملعت‬ Learn a new language with UEA’s Evening Language Programme

Learn a new(18+) language with All adults welcome - UEA’s Evening open toLanguage the publicProgramme Alluea.ac.uk/lcs/evening-classes adults (18+) welcome open to the public


All events take place in The Enterprise Centre lecture theatre, UEA, unless otherwise stated* Free, booking opens March 2019 Visit uea.ac.uk/about/sustainability Email c.cornea@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 592873 Follow @GreenFilmsUEA

Fri 10 May, 7.30–9.30pm Sharkwater: Extinction Join Stewart on a dangerous adventure across four continents to investigate corruption behind the industry leading to extinction of sharks Screening plus Q&A Town Close Auditorium, Norwich Castle Museum, Castle Hill, Norwich* Thu 16 May, 7.30–9.30pm The Reluctant Radical Lindsey Grayzel, 2018 Follow activist Ken Ward through a series of direct actions, culminating in the shut-down of all US tar sands oil pipelines on October 11, 2016 Introduced by Mark Crutchley (Norwich Greenpeace) Post-screening talk with filmmaker Lindsey Grayzel and activist Ken Ward

Fri 17 May, 7.30–9.30pm Unfracture Chanda Chevannes, 2017 This documentary follows biologist and mother, Sandra Steingraber as she reinvents herself as an outspoken activist Pre-screening talk with antifracking campaigner Tina Lavery Post-screening talk with filmmaker Chanda Chevannes

FILM SCREENINGS

GREEN FILM FESTIVAL Film screenings and talks hosted by UEA’s Film, Television and Media Studies department, in conjunction with local Green partners

Sat 18 May, 2–4pm Beasts of the Southern Wild Benh Zeitlin, 2012 (PG 13) Follow six year-old protagonist, Hushpuppy, as a violent storm strikes her poor community in Louisiana Bayou Sat 18 May, 7–9.15pm Anote’s Ark Matthieu Rytz, 2018 Follow Kiribati’s President, Anote Tong, as he struggles to save his nation and Tiemeri, who aims to move her young family from Kiribati to New Zealand Pre-screening talk by Raja Segaran Kuppuswamy (International Organisation for Migration) Post-screening talk with filmmaker

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FILM SCREENINGS

EUROPEAN POLITICAL CINEMA A selection of European political films hosted by UEA’s Language and Communications department All screenings take place at 5.15pm in Arts 01.02, UEA Free Email v.koutrakou@uea.ac.uk

JANUARY Tue 15 Jan Partition Canadian, Vic Sarin, 2007

MARCH Tue 5 Mar The Parade Serbian, Srdjan Dragojevic, 2011

Tue 22 Jan Distant Lights German, Hans-Christian Schmidt, 2003

Tue 12 Mar Beyond the Waves Belgian, Alain de Halleux, 2017

Tue 29 Jan The Promise US-Armenian, Terry George, 2016 FEBRUARY Tue 5 Feb Identity Card Czech, Ondřej Trojan, 2010 Tue 12 Feb Made in France French, Nicolas Boukhrief, 2015 Tue 26 Feb Alexandra Russian, Alexander Sokurov, 2007

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Tue 19 Mar Since Otar Left Georgian-French, Julie Bertucelli, 2003 Tue 26 Mar El Elegido Spanish, Antonio Chavarrias, 2016 (dubbed) APRIL Tue 30 Apr The Fencer Finnish-Estonian, Klaus Härö, 2015 MAY Tue 7 May Mao’s Last Dancer Australian, Bruce Beresford, 2009


FILM SCREENINGS

THIS.IS.PROGRESS, Thu 7 Feb

DOCUMENTARY Thu 7 Feb, 7.30pm

THIS.IS.PROGRESS

Screening and Q&A Dr Tom Phillips (Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities, UEA) and Dale Beaumont-Brown (Director) Lecture Theatre 3, UEA Free Visit progressuea.eventbrite.co.uk Email t.phillips@uea.ac.uk

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ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

The Sainsbury Centre is a world-class art gallery and museum located on campus at UEA 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 Easter opening: Thu 18 Apr – Sun 21 Apr, 10–5pm Closed 22 and 23 Apr Visit scva.ac.uk Email scva@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593199 Follow @SainsburyCentre

EXHIBITIONS Until Sun 24 Feb Elisabeth Frink: Humans and Other Animals Featuring over 130 works by the artist, this is the largest showing of Frink’s work in 25 years, exploring Frink’s enduring preoccupation with human and animal forms £13 / £12 Until Sun 21 Apr Ken Kiff: The Sequence This major exhibition focusses on selected works from Ken Kiff’s seminal series The Sequence, which explores colourful figurative elements combined with abstract forms £8 / £7

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Sat 23 Mar – Sun 30 Jun The Body Observed: Magnum Photos Exploring around 130 works from the 1930s to the contemporary, by prominent Magnum photographers including Eve Arnold, Olivia Arthur, Werner Bischof, Antoine d’Agata, Bieke Deporter, Cristina García Rodero, Bruce Gilden, Phillipe Halsman, Herbert List, Susan Meiselas, Miguel Rio Branco and Alessandra Sanguinetti

SAINSBURY CENTRE COLLECTION AND SCULPTURE PARK The Sainsbury Centre Collection and Sculpture Park are free to visit and give visitors the opportunity to see a rich and varied range of art. With pieces dating back 5,000 years, the Sainsbury Centre Collection includes major artists such as Pablo Picasso, Edgar Degas, Francis Bacon, Jacob Epstein, Alberto Giacometti and Amedeo Modigliani. Outside the building you will find striking sculptural works by Henry Moore, Lynn Chadwick, Elisabeth Frink and many others. Antony Gormley’s iconic 3 X ANOTHER TIME series can also be seen adorning various parts of UEA’s brutalist architecture.


JANUARY Thu 31 Jan, 6–7pm Evening lecture: memories of Elisabeth Frink Peter Murray, CBE (founding and executive director, Yorkshire Sculpture Park) Elizabeth Fry lecture theatre 01.02, UEA £8 / £6, booking essential FEBRUARY Thu 7 Feb, 6–7.30pm In conversation: Cathie Pilkington, RA and Neil Walton Elisabeth Frink and broader concerns of figurative sculpture Celebrating 250 years of the Royal Academy of Arts Elizabeth Fry lecture theatre 01.02, UEA £8 / £6 (free places available for students)

MARCH Thu 7 Mar, 6–7pm In conversation: Emma Hill and James Fisher The work and influence of Ken Kiff Julian Study Centre lecture theatre, 3.02, UEA £8 / £6, booking essential Sun 24 Mar, 3–4pm Artist’s perspectives Alex Crocker responding to Ken Kiff Gallery reception Free with Ken Kiff: The Sequence ticket

ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

SPECIAL EVENTS Running alongside the major exhibitions

Elisabeth Frink with Blind Beggar, 1957 (Photographer unknown)

Sat 23 Feb, 3–4pm Artist’s perspectives Laura Bygrave responding to Elizabeth Frink Gallery reception Free with Elisabeth Frink: Humans and Other Animals ticket 23


ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

FAMILIES AND CHILDREN

CHILDREN’S HOLIDAY STUDIOS

Fridays 18 Jan, 15 Feb, 15 Mar, 19 Apr and 17 May, 10.15–11.30am Mini Studio Gallery reception £8 / £4 (free for accompanying adults), booking essential

Artist Genevieve Rudd will lead two days of creative activities taking inspiration from the forms and dark mass of Elisabeth Frink’s sculptures

Sundays 6 Jan, 3 Feb, 3 Mar, 7 Apr and 5 May, 1.30–3.30pm Sunday Studio Gallery reception Free Saturdays 12, 19 and 26 Jan, 2, 9, 16 and 23 Feb, 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30 Mar, 6 and 13 Apr 10.30–11.15am Story Pot Gallery reception Free, places limited, children must be accompanied by an adult

Taking part in Story Pot (Photo ©Katherine Mager)

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All materials provided. Children need to bring a packed lunch Limited free places for looked-after children: Call 01603 593199

Tue 19 Feb, 10.30am–3pm Ages 5–8, parents or carers welcome to stay Gallery reception £18 / £14, booking essential Wed 20 Feb, 10.30am–3pm Ages 8–12 Gallery reception £18 / £14, booking essential

Artwork made during a Children’s Holiday Studio led by artist Annie Brundrit (Photo ©Lawrence Bradby)


Tuesdays 22 and 29 Jan, 5, 19 and 26 Feb, 5, 12, 19 and 26 Mar, 2 Apr, 4.30–6.30pm Young Associates In collaboration with artist Théodora Lecrinier, groups of young people develop creative responses to the Centre, whilst engaging with contemporary issues in art and culture Free Email n.croose-myhill@uea.ac.uk

Thu 21 Feb, 10.30am–3.30pm Portfolio with Ali Hewson One-day course with Ali Hewson, ideal for GCSE or A level students (or anyone wishing to build their portfolio). Work directly with an artist to experiment and develop art practice £20, booking essential, materials provided Free places available for eligible students in full-time education

TALKS AND TOURS Tue to Sun, 11am* and 2pm* Daily guided tours of the Sainsbury Collection Meet at gallery reception Free

Call 01603 593199 for more information *Subject to availability. Times may change

Tours for blind and partially sighted visitors Specially trained Sainsbury Centre guides can provide tours for blind and partially sighted visitors either in groups or individually, on request Booking essential Visit scva@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593199

ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

ARTISTS AND IDEAS Practical workshops and courses in the Sainsbury Centre studio, for adults and young people

March of the Ziggurats, a Sunday Studio responding to the architecture of UEA campus, led by artist Anna Brass (Photo ©Anna Brass)

Email scva@uea.ac.uk

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Mini Open Days Friday 4 January Open Days Saturday 6 July, Saturday 7 September, Saturday 19 October, Sunday 20 October Sixth Form Conference Friday 21 June Year 12 Summer Schools (Subjects to be confirmed) Sunday 28 July - Wednesday 31 July Campus Tours Subject Taster Days Find out more at www.uea.ac.uk/visit


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DIRECTIONS UEA is accessible by foot, bike, bus and the local Park and Ride services

Please note: information in this edition of What’s On was correct at time of going to press, but details may be subject to change. Please check our online listings before attending an event: uea.ac.uk/events

OUTDOOR SCULPTURE PARK AT THE SAINSBURY CENTRE, UEA Beast Alerted 1, 1990, courtesy the estate of Lynn Chadwick and BlainSouthern. Photo credit: Andy Crouch 27


WHAT’S ON

Until Sun 24 Feb

Art: Elisabeth Frink: Humans and Other animals

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Until Sun 21 Apr

Art: Ken Kiff: The Sequence

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Sat 23 Mar – Sun 30 Jun Art: The Body Observed: Magnum Photos

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Sat 6 Jul, Sat 7 Sep, Sat 19 Oct, Sun 20 Oct UEA Open Days

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JANUARY

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Fri 4 Jan

Open day: UEA mini open day

Wed 9 Jan

Talk: The integration of health and social care

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Tue 15 Jan

Lecture: What we eat matters for how we age

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Tue 15 Jan

Film: Partition

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Wed 16 Jan

Workshop: How to write a reader’s report

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Wed 16 Jan

Workshop: Rule following, anxiety and authenticity

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Thu 17 Jan

Lecture: Avant-garde calligraphy

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Thu 17 Jan

Conference: Exposing secrets

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Sun 20 Jan

Gig: Enter Shikari/Palaye Royale/Black Peaks

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Tue 22 Jan

Film: Distant Lights

Tue 22 Jan

Lecture: Being governed by economics

Wed 23 Jan

Workshop: Reader’s report clinic

Wed 23 Jan

Celebration: University of Sanctuary

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Thu 24 Jan

Lecture: Popular music and disability

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Thu 24 Jan

Talk: Translation industry roles

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Thu 24 Jan

Literature: Paul Howarth

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Sat 26 Jan

Gig: Louise Distras

Mon 28 Jan

Lecture: Active integration

Mon 28 Jan

Debate: How should we eat?

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Tue 29 Jan

Film: The Promise

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Tue 29 Jan

Lecture: How does the brain work?

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Tue 29 and Wed 30 Jan

Drama: Bad Dog

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Wed 30 Jan

Workshop: Theatre translation

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Wed 30 Jan

Workshop: Conceptions of philosophical problems and their dissolution

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Thu 31 Jan

Talk: Languages and communication at work

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Thu 31 Jan

Lecture: Peter Murray: Memories of Elisabeth Frink

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Gig: Aquaria: winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 10

Tue 5 Feb

Film: Identity Card

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Tue 5 Feb

Lecture: Being governed by rules for belief

Wed 6 Feb

Workshop: Translating Harry Potter

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Wed 6 Feb

Concert: UEA Music Centre lunchtime concert

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Thu 7 Feb

Film: THIS.IS.PROGRESS

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Thu 7 Feb

Talk: In conversation: Cathie Pilkington, RA and Neil Walton

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Sun 10 Feb

Gig: Kaiser Chiefs

Tue 12 Feb

Film: Made in France

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Tue 12 Feb

Lecture: Audiovisual translation as intercultural mediation

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Wed 13 Feb

Talk: Dementia Research Collaborative

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Wed 13 Feb

Literature: Tracey Thorn

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Wed 13 Feb

Workshop: Translating style

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Wed 13 Feb

Workshop: Reading the Tractatus Logico Philosophicus

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Thu 14 Feb

Talk: Spoken language in and across audiovisual dialogue

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Tue 19 Feb

Lecture: Being governed by nature

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Tue 19 Feb

Art: Children’s holiday studios (ages 5-8)

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Wed 20 Feb

Art: Children’s holiday studio (ages 8-12)

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Wed 20 Feb

Literature: Tessa Hadley

Thu 21 Feb

Lecture: Mermaids and snowflakes in the great chain of being

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Thu 21 Feb

Course: Portfolio with Ali Hewson

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Thu 21 Feb

Literature: Linda Rose Parkes

Sat 23 Feb

Tour: Artist’s perspectives

Mon 25 Feb

Debate: Mobile phones: tyranny or liberation?

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Tue 26 Feb

Lecture: From diet to disease: adventures in cell biology

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Tue 26 Feb

Film: Alexandra

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Wed 27 Feb

Literature: Marlon James

Wed 27 Feb

Symposium: The Work of Literary Translation

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Thu 28 Feb

Gig: The Orielles

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Thu 28 Feb

Lecture: Nutrition, brain vitality and dementia

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MARCH Fri 1 Mar

Workshop: Wittgenstein

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Sat 2 - Sun 3 Mar

Course: Introduction to oceanography

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Tue 5 Mar

Lecture: Being governed by social science

Tue 5 Mar

Film: The Parade

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Wed 6 Mar

Talk: Craftivism and gentle protest

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Wed 6 Mar

Literature: Gina Miller

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Wed 6 Mar

Concert: UEA Music Centre lunchtime concert

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Wed 6 Mar

Workshop: Editing/copy-editing translations: a practical approach

Thu 7 Mar

Talk: In conversation: Emma Hill and James Fisher

23

Thu 7 Mar

Talk: What is a ‘global graduate’ and how do you become one?

15

Sun 10 Mar

Concert: UEA Chamber Choir

6

Sun 10 Mar

Gig: AJ Tracey

8

Tue 12 Mar

Film: Beyond the Waves

20

Tue 12 Mar

Lecture: Pedagogy before technology

10

Wed 13 Mar

Workshop: “We can go no further”

17

Wed 13 Mar

Literature: John Boyne

3

Thu 14 Mar

Literature: Sophie Collins and Joanna Walsh

Tue 19 Mar

Film: Since Otar Left

Tue 19 Mar

Lecture: Being governed by populist logic

Wed 20 Mar

Literature: Rachel Cusk

3

Wed 20 Mar

Symposium: Routledge Handbook of Translation and Philosophy

5

Thu 21 Mar

Lecture: Hokusai

Thu 21 Mar

Concert: UEA Choir, Chamber Choir and Symphony Orchestra

12

5

4 20 12

14 6

Sat 23 Mar

Poetry: Voices from Greece

Sun 24 Mar

Tour: Artist’s perspectives

23

7

Mon 25 Mar

Lecture: What price safe motherhood?

13

Mon 25 Mar

Debate: Drawing the line: do we need borders?

16

Tue 26 Mar

Film: El Elegido

20

Tue 26 Mar

Lecture: Rhetoric in the 21st century

10

Wed 27 Mar

Workshop: Wittgenstein on the synthetic nature of proofs

17


Drama: L’Avare (The Miser)

7

Wed 27 Mar

Literature: Max Porter

3

Wed 27 Mar

Workshop: Writer-translator collaboration

5

Thu 28 Mar

Talk: Translating the indomitable Asterix

Thu 28 Mar

Gig: Idles

8

Thu 28 Mar

Lecture: Pulsars and our understanding of the cosmos

11

Drama: L’Avare (The Miser)

7

15

WHAT’S ON

Wed 27 Mar

Thu 28, Fri 29 and Sat 30 Mar

APRIL Mon 15 Apr

Gig: Stefflon Don

Wed 17 Apr

Talk: Dementia Research Collaborative

9

Thu 25 Apr

Lecture: Tattoos, homesickness and adventure

14

Tue 30 Apr

Film: The Fencer

20

16

MAY Wed 1 May

Concert: UEA Music Centre lunchtime concert

6

Thu 2 May

Literature: Damian Barr

3

Thu 2 May

Lecture: Water and war

11

Thu 2 May

Literature: Boiler House Press

Tue 7 May

Film: Mao’s Last Dancer

Wed 8 May

Workshop: Wittgenstein

17

Fri 10 May

Film: Sharkwater: Extinction

19

Thu 16 May

Film: The Reluctant Radical

19

Fri 17 May

Film: Unfractured

19

Sat 18 May

Film: Beasts of the Southern Wild

19

Sat 18 May

Film: Anote’s Ark

19

Wed 22 May

Workshop: Who are ’we‘ for Wittgenstein?

17

4 20

31


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