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LITERATURE GIGS DRAMA CONCERTS LECTURES FILM ART

SUMMER 2017


Front cover: Antony Gormley, Another Time IV, 2007 (Render) This page: Summer Kimono, 1920-1930, Victoria and Albert Museum

CONTENTS

Each year, UEA supports world-class literary events in Norwich and further afield

MAY Thu 25 May, 5.30–7pm Poetry in translation reading: Iraqi poet Fawzi Karim and his translator Anthony Howell Arts 2.03, UEA JULY Sun 23 – Sat 29 Jul International literary translation and creative writing summer school The Enterprise Centre, UEA £700 residential / £275 non-residential

SEPTEMBER Thu 14 – Sun 17 Sep Noirwich crime writing festival Celebrate the sharpest noir and crime fiction over four days of author events and workshops in Norwich More information coming soon

LITERATURE

3 LITERATURE 5 MUSIC AND DRAMA 6 GIGS 10 CAFE CONVERSATIONS 11 CONFERENCES 12 LECTURES AND SEMINARS 17 UEA AT THE ROYAL NORFOLK SHOW 18 UK GREEN FILM FESTIVAL 20 ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS 28 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 29 EVENTS CALENDAR

Visit noirwich.co.uk Follow @NOIRwichFest

Visit bclt.org.uk/summer-school Call 01603 592785

Sun 28 May, 3pm

Writing the fringes: with Ross Raisin and Harry Brett (aka Henry Sutton) Part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival

Ross Raisin is one of Britain’s most exciting young writers – a ‘new high priest of British pastoral’ whose male protagonists live on the fringes of rural society. His third novel – A Natural – lifts the lid on life in lower-league professional football. Henry Sutton is one of Britain’s foremost crime novelists and is also a senior lecturer in Creative Writing at UEA. Writing under the pseudonym Harry Brett, his new

series – Time to Win – dives deep into the fictional criminal underbelly of Great Yarmouth. This fascinating event explores modern masculinity and the often-overlooked voices from the fringes of modern Britain. Literature Tent, Chapelfield Gardens, Norwich Visit writerscentrenorwich.org.uk Call 01603 877177

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Auditions are free and take place at UEA Music Centre Booking essential Email musicevents@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593948

Fri 29 Sep, 11am–5.30pm Mon 2 Oct, 1–7.30pm UEA Chamber Choir auditions Keen singers with vocal training or choral experience are invited to audition – open to staff, students and members of the community Visit uea.ac.uk/music-centre/ensembles/ uea-chamber-choir

Fri 29 Sep, 11am–5.30pm Mon 2 Oct, 1–7.30pm UEA Choir auditions Keen singers are invited to audition – open to staff, students and members of the community

Fri 29 Sep, 12–6pm Mon 2 Oct, 3–8pm UEA Symphony Orchestra auditions Musicians who are Grade 7 standard or above are invited to audition – open to staff, students and members of the community

MUSIC AND DRAMA

AUDITIONS Your chance to be a part of the dynamic and flourishing music community at UEA

Visit uea.ac.uk/music-centre/ensembles/ uea-symphony-orchestra

Visit uea.ac.uk/music-centre/ensembles/ uea-choir

Fri 26 May, 7.30pm Sat 27 May, 2.30pm and 7.30pm

A WINDOW INTO THE WORLD OF WORDS A week of literary creativity for 11-18 year olds – readings, talks events and lots of fun!

uea.ac.uk

10–14 July 2017

@UEAFLYFestival

A Day in the Death of Joe Egg A black comedy walking the tightrope between humour and heartbreak The Garage, Norwich £12 / £8 / £5

Visit goblinmarkettheatrecompany.com

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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 Call 01603 508050 Visit ueaticketbookings.co.uk

MAY Wed 10 May, 7.30pm Underoath £20 Fri 19 May, 8pm Soul II Soul presents a night at the LCR £25

JUNE Sat 3 Jun, 6pm The Selecter / The Beat ft. Ranking Roger £25 Sun 25 Jun, 7pm Status Quo Aquostic £45 Mon 26 Jun, 7.30pm The Flaming Lips £27.50 SEPTEMBER Fri 22 Sep, 6.30pm New Found Glory £22.50

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THE FLAMING LIPS

EMMA BLACKERY

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GIGS

THE WATERFRONT Gigs on King Street, Norwich Call 01603 508050 Visit ueaticketbookings.co.uk

MAY Thu 4 May, 7.30pm The Night Café £6.50

JUNE Thu 1 Jun, 7.30pm Sugarhill Gang £20

Sat 6 May, 6.30pm While She Sleeps £14

Fri 2 Jun, 6pm Emma Blackery £12.50

Thu 11 May, 7.30pm Natives £8.50

Sat 3 Jun, 6.30pm Absolute Bowie £12

Sat 20 May, 6.30pm Alabama 3 £20 Sun 28 May, 3pm-1am Down by the River – a classic indie all dayer £23.50 Tue 30 May, 7.30pm Wheatus £17.50

PINT OF SCIENCE REAL SCIENTISTS IN A PUB NEAR YOU 15TH-17TH MAY 2017

EVENTS START AT 7PM OUR BODY

SUPERBUGS, SUPER FOOD, CANCER AT THE CATHEDRAL REFECTORY, 65 THE CLOSE, NORWICH NR1 4DH

JULY Sun 9 Jul, 7pm The Dickies £15 Wed 19 Jul, 7.30pm Straight Outta Compton with DJ Yella from NWA feat. Lil’ Eazy E £16 Fri 28 Jul, 6.30pm My Life Story £15

PLANET EARTH

ENGINEERED FOOD, MEDICINAL VIRUSES, PLANT SCIENCE

AT THE YORK TAVERN, 1 LEICESTER STREET, NORWICH NR2 2AS

BEAUTIFUL MIND

NEURONES, LANGUAGE, MEMORY AT CAFE BRITANNIA, GUILDHALL HILL, NORWICH NR2 1JS

PLANET EARTH

MARINE MAMMALS, CROP SCIENCE, DRUG DISCOVERY

AT ST ANDREWS BREWHOUSE, 41 ST ANDREWS STREET, NORWICH NR2 4TP

TECH ME OUT

BIOTECHNOLOGY, FOOD SECURITY, BIG DATA

AT THE MASH TUN, 16 CHARING CROSS, NORWICH NR2 4AL

SEPTEMBER Sat 9 Sep, 6.30pm Chas & Dave £23.50 FOR TICKETS VISIT PINTOFSCIENCE.CO.UK 8

@PINTOFSCIENCE #PINT17


CAFE CONVERSATIONS

All events take place at 6pm in North Café Bar, 7 Fye Bridge Street, Norwich Free and open to all Email r.fida@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 591179

MAY Thu 11 May Growing wellbeing: the benefits of productive relationships with plants David Watson, UEA How do gardening and foodgrowing impact on wellbeing? Thu 25 May Practice what you preach… is corporate social responsibility meaningful? Dr Gaia Melloni, UEA What is corporate social responsibility and why are firms interested in it?

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JUNE Thu 15 Jun Leadership for wellbeing Dr Annilee Game, UEA How do leaders affect employee wellbeing? Thu 29 Jun Working while ill: causes, consequences and possible solutions? Dr Mariella Miraglia, UEA Why do people work while sick, and what are the consequences?

UEA coordinates various conferences over the summer, many of which are open to public

JUNE Thu 8 – Fri 9 Jun Beyond the canon: reconsidering Japanese cinema of the 1950s Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, 64 The Close, Norwich Free, booking essential

Thu 22 – Fri 23 Jun Connecting Norwich and Britain to East Asia: Western merchants in China and Japan in the nineteenth century Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, Free, booking essential

Visit sainsbury-institute.org

Visit sainsbury-institute.org

Sat 17 – Mon 19 Jun Norwich and the Medieval parish church c.900-2017: the making of a fine city The Weston Room, Norwich Cathedral Hostry Email h.lunnon@uea.ac.uk

Image copyright: David Luckhurst

JULY Fri 14 Jul Japanese cultural studies outside of Japan – its current status and future perspectives Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, 64 The Close, Norwich Free, booking essential Visit sainsbury-institute.org

CONFERENCES

NBS MEETS NORWICH A series of informal discussions hosted by UEA’s Norwich Business School. Each cafe will discuss topics related to wellbeing and corporate responsibility


LECTURES AND SEMINARS

Free, booking advised Email 2admemorial.lib@norfolk.gov.uk Call 01603 774747

APRIL Wed 26 Apr Gender, sexism and misogyny in the political histories of the United States Dr Rebecca Fraser, UEA MAY Tue 2 May Trump’s nationalist agenda and the creation of new forms of resistance Daniel Kryder, Brandeis University

Tue 9 May Donald Trump’s ‘America first’ foreign policy: lessons from history Dr David Milne, UEA Tue 16 May Roundtable discussion – President Trump: the first 100 days Panel discussion featuring UEA academics from the School of Art, Media and American Studies and the School of Political, Social and International Studies

ENV50 – UEA SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES 50TH ANNIVERARY In 2017, the School of Environmental Sciences at UEA will mark the 50th anniversary of its founding. Join us for a range of activities celebrating this milestone throughout the year.

MAY Thu 18 May, 7pm Climate change and global decarbonisation 1 Wimpole Street, London Professor Corinne le Quéré will explore the latest data on climate change, its impacts and underlying drivers Free, booking essential

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

DEBATES IN TODAY’S AMERICA All events take place at 7pm in the Second Air Division Memorial Library, The Forum, Norwich

Visit uea.ac.uk/events/london-lectures

HOW TO CREATE AN EQUAL SOCIETY Wed 10 May, 6.30pm

Talk and discussion with comedian, actress and writer Francesca Martinez Thomas Paine Study Centre lecture theatre, UEA Free Email resnetbookings@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593269 Visit uea.ac.uk/resnet/resnetbf

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LECTURES AND SEMINARS

WORKSHOPS Free, booking essential

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

THIRD THURSDAY LECTURES All lectures take place in Norwich Cathedral Hostry at 6pm 50 minute lecture followed by refreshments Free, booking essential

Thu 18 May Kimono and the dynamics of fashion Anna Jackson Keeper of the Asian Department at the Victoria and Albert Museum

Thu 20 Jul The archaeology of ritual sites and the origins of Japanese shrines and festivals Professor Saso Mamoru Kokugakuin University The talk will be in Japanese and will be consecutively interpreted by Dr Simon Kaner Thu 21 Sep Writing poetry in 1930s Hokkaido: nature, ethnography and resistance Dr Nadine Willems, UEA

MAY Fri 19 May, 10.30am–4.30pm Legislating Japanese manga: considerations from a UK perspective This workshop will be of interest to members of the public and interested professionals who are fans of Japanese anime and manga or who have a professional interest in how UK socio-legal attitudes are shaping engagement with Japanese manga. The workshop will be open to participants aged 18 years or older.

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

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

Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, 64 The Close, Norwich

Thu 15 Jun Girls like boys who like boys who sometimes look like girls: considerations on Japanese boys’ love manga Dr Simon Turner Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Fellow

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LECTURES AND SEMINARS

UEA AT THE ROYAL NORFOLK SHOW Thu 29 – Fri 30 June

Free

Norfolk Showground, Dereham Road, Norwich

Email andrew.eburne@uea.ac.uk Visit newmanlectures.co.uk Follow @NewmanLectures

MAY Mon 8 May The Church and its relationship to the State: an Irish perspective Archbishop Eamon Martin Primate of All Ireland Mon 15 May Catholic culture and sacred art Dr Caroline Farey The School of the Annunciation Mon 22 May Churchill and the churches Prof John Charmley St Mary’s University, Twickenham

FILMS IN TRANSLATION Visit www.filmsintranslation.org

Fri 26 May, 1.30pm

All is not lost

A Let’s Talk public roundtable BFI London Southbank Free

IN CONVERSATION WITH CHARLES CLARKE Rt Hon Charles Clarke will interview a series of invited guests about what took them into politics, why politics matters, and what can be done to excite and engage the public with politics in the UK All lectures take place at 6.30pm in the Thomas Paine Study Centre lecture theatre, UEA Free Email l.marsden@uea.ac.uk

MAY Thu 11 May Suzanne Evans Thu 18 May Gloria de Piero

UEA is bringing its world-leading research and academic experts to the Royal Norfolk Show, a platform showcasing the best of the county’s heritage and innovation. The drop in schedule has something to interest everyone, with topics including: – The detection, treatment and care of dementia – Murder on the north Norfolk coast – a preview of the Noirwich crime writing festival – How boredom can inspire creativity – Why endangered pollinators are putting our chocolate supply at risk –

The programme of short, interactive talks and handson demonstrations is open to everyone, and no prior knowledge is necessary. You can also find out more about working with UEA, including accessing funding, research expertise, and recruiting talented students and graduates Tickets available from royalnorfolkshow.rnaa.org.uk/tickets

UEA AT THE ROYAL NORFOLK SHOW

NEWMAN LECTURES All lectures take place at 6.30pm in the Julian Study Centre, UEA

I didn’t know my hospital did that! Research at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital

– Climate change –

Who buys my food? How small, local food suppliers can better understand and reach their consumers

– Project WALBEA: what the Americans left behind in East Anglia after WWII – How Norwich’s medieval history and churches shaped the urban layout of the city

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UK GREEN FILM FESTIVAL

All events take place in The Enterprise Centre, UEA Free, booking advised Call 01603 592873 Email c.cornea@uea.ac.uk Visit www.uea.ac.uk/events Follow @UKGreenFilmsUEA

Wed 3 May, 7.30pm Bugs: The Film Introduced by Dr Christine Cornea, UEA

Fri 5 May, 7.30pm Daughter of the Lake Introduced by Dr Eylem Atakav, UEA

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UK GREEN FILM FESTIVAL

UK GREEN FILM FESTIVAL 2017 Following the success of last year’s inaugural festival, UEA will be screening four films exploring environmental issues as part of the UK Green Film Festival 2017

Sat 6 May, 12pm Climate café What do you think makes a good environmental message? All are invited to two related workshop events. Vote for your favourite eco-short and learn how to make a film storyboard

Sat 6 May, 3pm Ponyo Introduced by Dr Rayna Denison, UEA

Sat 6 May, 5.30pm Stand up for the Earth The public are invited to join a panel of experts in discussions about environmental advocacy in film and media

Sat 6 May, 7.30pm The Age of Consequences Introduced by Dr Rupert Read, UEA

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ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

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

EXHIBITIONS From Sat 22 Apr Antony Gormley: 3X ANOTHER TIME 3x ANOTHER TIME comprises three life-sized cast iron sculptures selected from Gormley’s ongoing series Another Time (1999-2013), which has been presented in locations across the world. The sculptures will be placed around the university at different focal points and sightlines, including roof level. Free Fri 12 May – Sun 1 Oct Rana Begum: Space Colour Light In her first museum show anywhere in the world, Rana Begum’s use of space, colour and form will transform the Mezzanine Gallery with an immersive installation featuring wall-mounted reliefs, taking advantage of the light and space of Norman Foster’s architecture £7 / £6 / free for members

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Sat 8 Apr – Sun 20 Aug

Paul Nash

Spanning his oeuvre from his earliest drawings to his iconic war-time paintings, the exhibition will examine Nash’s work in an international context and consider his position at the forefront of the developments of Modern British Art £12 / £10.50 / Free for members Organised by Tate Britain in association with the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts and the Laing Art Gallery

Credit: Paul Nash (1989–1946), The Rye Marshes, 1932, oil on canvas Ferens Art Gallery: Hull Museums

PAUL NASH – SPECIAL EVENTS Running alongside the exhibition of works by renowned war artist Paul Nash is this series of special events

MAY Thu 18 May, 6–7pm Paul Nash: Imagined landscapes Exploring the artist’s approach to landscape Sainsbury Centre lecture theatre £8 / £6, pre-booked tickets only Limited number of free places available to students JUNE Fri 2 Jun, 10.30am–4.30pm Un-pick – un-ravel – re-form: workshop with Kimberley Foster Investigate how the identities of objects can shift through material manipulation Sainsbury Centre education studio £50 / £35 Fri 9 Jun, 1–4pm Paul Nash artists’ study afternoon Artists and curators reflect on the different ways that they have worked from, or in response to, Paul Nash Sainsbury Centre education studio £10 / £8, pre-booked tickets only Limited number of free places available to students

JULY Fri 7 Jul, 1–4pm Study afternoon: we are making a new world Artists and academics explore Nash’s representation of conflict and his role in shaping perceptions of war Sainsbury Centre education studio £10 / £8, pre-booked tickets only Limited number of free places available to students

THURSDAY LUNCHTIME TALKS

ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

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

Thursdays, 1.15–1.45pm Gain a different perspective on Paul Nash Meet at gallery reception Free with exhibition ticket Thu 27 Apr Lives of objects With Sainsbury Centre head of learning, Alexandra Woodall Thu 4 May Paul Nash photographs With Sainsbury Centre curator, Hugh Pilkington Thu 11 May Paul Nash, Eileen Agar and surrealism With Sainsbury Centre deputy director, Ghislaine Wood 21


ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

RANA BEGUM – SPECIAL EVENTS Rana Begum is one of the most exciting artists working in Britain today. Her practice blurs the boundaries between sculpture, painting and architecture. It engages some of the movements of the past, such as Minimalism and Constructivism and, at the same time, is fresh and relevant for today.

All films start at 8.30pm at Cinema City, St Andrews Street, Norwich £7 / £5 (Cinema City members and Sainsbury Centre Friends) Call 0871 902 5724 Visit picturehouses.co.uk

MAY Mon 15 May Alice JUNE Mon 12 Jun The Saddest Music in the World JULY Mon 10 Jul Aguirre, Wrath of God

JUNE Wed 14 Jun, 6–7pm In conversation: Rana Begum and Tamsin Dillon Artist Rana Begum will be in conversation with Tamsin Dillon, curator at The King’s Cross Project, who commissioned Rana Begum’s public art work No. 700 Reflectors Sainsbury Centre lecture theatre £8 / £6, pre-booked tickets only Limited number of free places available to students

SEPTEMBER Thu 7 Sep Public art now Artists and curators discuss contemporary public art Sainsbury Centre education studio £10 / £8, pre-booked tickets only Limited number of free places available to students

ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

SAINSBURY CENTRE AT CINEMA CITY A season of films exploring ideas associated with surreal landscapes, inspired by the work of Paul Nash, programmed and introduced by film expert Chris Rodden

Credit: Guy Corbishley / Alamy Stock Photo

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

Tue to Sun, 11am and 2pm (subject to availability) Guided tours of the Sainsbury Collection Meet at gallery reception Free Booking not required Tue to Fri, 3pm Tours of Paul Nash exhibition Meet at gallery reception Free with exhibition ticket Booking not required Tours for blind and partially sighted visitors Available on request Call 01603 591033 Email lisa.blowers@uea.ac.uk

SAINSBURY CENTRE SUNDAYS One Sunday a month, take part in activities inspired by the Sainsbury collection including practical artist-led workshops and study afternoons Visit scva.ac.uk

MAY Sun 7 May, 2.30-4.30pm Images of women in the Sainsbury Collection Guides share their reflections on representations of women across cultures Meet at gallery reception £6 / £4, booking essential

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Last Friday of each month, 1.15–1.45pm Last Friday: art for lunch Join a volunteer guide for an informative talk on an artist, object or aspect of the Sainsbury Collection Meet at gallery reception Free

Fri 26 May But what’s it for? Fri 30 Jun Pascin’s pictures Fri 28 Jul The Bodhisattva in Buddhism and art

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FAMILIES AND CHILDREN Interactive activities for the whole family to enjoy

Tuesdays during term time from 25 Apr, 4.30–6.30pm Young associates A group which meets to develop creative ideas and visual arts projects Sainsbury Centre education studio Free Email n.croose-myhill@uea.ac.uk Follow scvayoungassociates on Facebook

Third Friday of the month, 10.15–11.45am (19 May, 16 Jun, 21 Jul, 15 Sep) Mini studio Creative play for pre-school children Sainsbury Centre education studio £8 / £6 Free for accompanying adults Booking essential Visit scva.ac.uk

Every Wednesday from 26 Apr – 24 May 4.30–6.30pm ArtsLab workshops Learn a new technique each week – ideal for GCSE and A-level art students, and those wishing to experiment and develop their portfolio Sainsbury Centre education studio £8 / £6, some free bursary places available Visit scva.ac.uk

First Sunday of the month, 2–4pm (7 May, 4 Jun, 2 Jul) Sunday studio Family friendly, artist-led creative activities, inspired by objects in the Sainsbury Collection Sainsbury Centre education studio Free, donations welcome Visit scva.ac.uk

DURING SCHOOL HOLIDAYS Wed 31 May, 10.30am–3pm Children’s workshop Children aged 8–12 are invited to learn about objects in the gallery and get creative with an artist-led workshop in the studio Sainsbury Centre education studio/outdoors £18 / £14, includes materials Booking essential Visit scva.ac.uk Thu 1 Jun, 10.30am–3pm Children’s workshop Children aged 5-8 are invited to respond to some of Rana Begum’s work, focusing on geometric shapes, repeating patterns and building solid structures Sainsbury Centre education studio/outdoors £18 / £14, includes materials Booking essential Visit scva.ac.uk

Family gallery tours Free, drop in any time Ask at reception for availability and times Suitcase travellers Drop in and take a journey through the galleries with one our fun-filled suitcases and see what you can discover about the Sainsbury Collection Ask at gallery reception for information £1 suggested donation

ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

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ARTISTS AND IDEAS Practical workshops and courses for adults and young people

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Until Sun 20 Aug

Exhibition: Paul Nash

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

From Sat 22 Apr

Antony Gormley: 3X ANOTHER TIME

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Fri 12 May – Sun 1 Oct

Rana Begum: Space Colour Light

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For directions to and around campus Visit uea.ac.uk/about/visiting-staying

Seminar: Gender, sexism and misogyny in the political histories of the United States

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WHAT’S ON MAILING LIST

Wed 26 Apr

Workshop: ArtsLab

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Want to be the first to hear about UEA events? Let us know if you’d like to join our monthly What’s On e-newsletter.

Thu 27 Apr

Talk: Lives of objects

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Call 01603 592130 Email events@uea.ac.uk HOW DID WE DO? Have you attended a UEA event? Let us know what you thought by leaving your feedback. Visit uea.ac.uk/events/feedback

Events Office University of East Anglia Norwich Research Park Norwich, NR4 7TJ Call 01603 592130 Email events@uea.ac.uk Visit uea.ac.uk/events 28

APRIL Wed 26 Apr

WHAT’S ON

DIRECTIONS

MAY Tue 2 May

Seminar: Trump’s nationalist agenda and the creation of new forms of resistance

12

Wed 3 May

Film: Bugs: The Film

18

Wed 3 May

Workshop: ArtsLab

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Thu 4 May

Talk: Paul Nash photographs

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Thu 4 May

Gig: The Night Café

Fri 5 May

Film: Daughter of the Lake

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Sat 6 May

Workshop: Climate café

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Sat 6 May

Film: Ponyo

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Sat 6 May

Panel discussion: Stand up for the Earth

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Sat 6 May

Film: The Age of Consequences

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Sat 6 May

Gig: While She Sleeps

Sun 7 May

Talk: Images of women in the Sainsbury Collection

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Sun 7 May

Art: Sunday studio

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Mon 8 May

Lecture: The Church and its relationship to the State: an Irish perspective 16

Tue 9 May

Seminar: Donald Trump’s ‘America first’ foreign policy: lessons from history

Wed 10 May

Seminar: How to create an equal society, with Francesca Martinez

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Wed 10 May

Workshop: ArtsLab

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Wed 10 May

Gig: Underoath

Thu 11 May

Seminar: Suzanne Evans

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Thu 11 May

Talk: Paul Nash, Eileen Agar and surrealism

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Thu 11 May

Cafe conversation: Growing wellbeing: the benefits of productive relationships with plants

10

Thu 11 May

Gig: Natives

8

Mon 15 May

Lecture: Catholic culture and sacred art

16

Mon 15 May

Film: Alice

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Tue 16 May

Panel discussion: President Trump: the first 100 days

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WHAT’S ON

Workshop: ArtsLab

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Sat 17 – Mon 19 Jun

Conference: Norwich and the Medieval parish church

Thu 18 May

Lecture: Climate change and global decarbonisation

13

Thu 22 – Fri 23 Jun

Conference: Connecting Norwich and Britain to East Asia 11

Thu 18 May

Talk: Paul Nash: Imagined landscapes

21

Sun 25 Jun

Gig: Status Quo Aquostic

6

Thu 18 May

Lecture: Kimono and the dynamics of fashion

14

Mon 26 Jun

The Flaming Lips

6

Thu 18 May

Seminar: Gloria de Piero

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Cafe conversation: Working while ill: causes, consequences and possible solutions?

Fri 19 May

Workshop: Legislating Japanese manga

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Thu 29 Jun

Fri 19 May

Art: Mini studio

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Tue 29 – Fri 30 Jun

UEA at the Royal Norfolk Show

Fri 30 Jun

Talk: Art for lunch: Pascin’s pictures

Fri 19 May

Gig: Soul II Soul presents a night at the LCR

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Sat 20 May

Gig: Alabama 3

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Mon 22 May

Lecture: Churchill and the churches

16

Thu 25 May

Seminar: Gloria de Piero

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Thu 25 May

Literature: Poetry in translation – Fawzi Karim and Anthony Howell

Thu 25 May

Cafe conversation: Practice what you preach… is corporate social responsibility meaningful?

Fri 26 May

Talk: Art for lunch: But what’s it for?

Fri 26 May

Panel discussion: Films in translation – all is not lost

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Fri 26 May

Drama: A Day in the Death of Joe Egg

Sat 27 May

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JULY Sun 2 Jul

Art: Sunday studio 26

Fri 7 Jul

Study afternoon: We are making a new world

Sun 9 Jul

Gig: The Dickies 8

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Mon 10 – Fri 14 Jul

Literature: FLY Festival 4

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Mon 10 Jul

Film: Aguirre, Wrath of God 22

Fri 14 Jul

Conference: Japanese cultural studies outside of Japan 11

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Wed 19 Jul

Gig: Straight Outta Compton with DJ Yella from NWA ft. Lil’ Eazy E 8

Drama: A Day in the Death of Joe Egg

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Sun 28 May

Literature: Writing the fringes: with Ross Raisin and Harry Brett

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Thu 20 Jul

Lecture: The archaeology of ritual sites and the origins of Japanese shrines and festivals 14

Sun 28 May

Gig: Down by the River – a classic indie all-dayer

8

Fri 21 Jul

Art: Mini studio 26

Tue 30 May

Gig: Wheatus

8

Wed 31 May

Art: Children’s holiday studio

Sun 23 – Sat 29 Jul

Literature: International literary translation and creative writing summer school 3

Fri 28 Jul

Talk: Art for lunch: The Bodhisattva in Buddhism and art 24

Fri 28 Jul

Gig: My Life Story 8

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JUNE

30

11

Thu 1 Jun

Art: Children’s holiday studio

Thu 1 Jun

Gig: Sugarhill Gang

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Fri 2 Jun

Talk: Un-pick – un-ravel – re-form: workshop with Kimberley Foster

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Fri 2 Jun

Gig: Emma Blackery

8

Sat 3 Jun

Gig: The Selecter / The Beat ft. Ranking Roger

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Sat 3 Jun

Gig: Absolute Bowie

8

Sun 4 Jun

Art: Sunday studio

Thu 8 – Fri 9 Jun

Symposium: Reconsidering Japanese cinema of the 1950s 11

Fri 9 Jun

Study afternoon: Paul Nash 21

Mon 12 Jun

Film: The Saddest Music in the World

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Wed 14 Jun

In conversation: Rana Begum and Tamsin Dillon

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Thu 15 Jun

Lecture: Considerations on Japanese boys’ love manga 14

Thu 15 Jun

Cafe conversation: Leadership for wellbeing

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Fri 16 Jun

Art: Mini studio

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WHAT’S ON

Wed 17 May

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SEPTEMBER Thu 7 Sep

Talk: Public art now 23

Sat 9 Sep

Gig: Chas & Dave 8

Thu 14 – Sun 17 Sep

Literature: Noirwich crime writing festival 3

Fri 15 Sep

Art: Mini studio 26

Thu 21 Sep

Lecture: Writing poetry in 1930s Hokkaido 14

Fri 22 Sep

Gig: New Found Glory 6

Fri 29 Sep

Music: UEA Choir, Chamber Choir and Symphony Orchestra auditions

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Music: UEA Choir, Chamber Choir and Symphony Orchestra auditions

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OCTOBER Mon 2 Oct

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WRITING THE FRINGES: WITH ROSS RAISIN AND HARRY BRETT (AKA HENRY SUTTON) Part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival Sun 28 May, 3pm 2017

Events Office University of East Anglia Norwich Research Park Norwich, NR4 7TJ Call 01603 592130 Email events@uea.ac.uk Visit uea.ac.uk/events

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