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SUMMER 2018

LITERATURE GIGS DRAMA CONCERTS LECTURES FILM ART


CONTENTS

3 LITERATURE 6 MUSIC AND DRAMA 9 GIGS 11 LECTURES AND SEMINARS 17 FILM SCREENINGS 19 ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS 27 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 29 EVENTS CALENDAR

Front cover: Imogen Hermes Gowar, Thu 3 May Photo: Mandy Lee Jandrell This page: Sainsbury Centre slide show, Thu 14 Jun


All lectures take place in Lecture Theatre 1, UEA, at 7pm (doors 6.30pm), followed by a book signing in Waterstones Individual tickets: £9 / £5 students Visit uea.ac.uk/litfest/tickets Email literaryevents@uea.ac.uk Follow @UEALitFest

LITERATURE

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

Wed 2 May Madeline Miller Wed 9 May Christie Watson Wed 16 May Emma Healey

Thu 3 May, 7pm (doors 6.30pm)

UEA Live

Sophie Collins Poet and co-founder of tender Imogen Hermes Gowar The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock Rachel Hore The Dream House The Glass Painter’s Daughter The House on Bellevue Gardens

Writers’ Centre Norwich, Dragon Hall, 115–123 King Street, Norwich, NR1 1QE Free Email kate.moorhead-kuhn@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 877177 Follow New Writing on Facebook

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LITERATURE

LITERARY TRANSLATION Thu 17 May, 2–4pm Meeting on the page: talking about translating poetry Poetry reading and discussion with The Poetry Translation Centre. British poet Jean Sprackland, translator Natalia Bukia-Peters and Georgian poet Diana Anphimiadi Committee Room 1, UEA Free, booking essential Visit bclt.org.uk/events Email bclt@uea.ac.uk

Mon 9 – Fri 13 Jul, 9.30am–3.30pm

FLY festival Annual festival of literature for young people Julian Study Centre, UEA £3.50 per author talk (free places available) Visit uea.ac.uk/fly Email fly@uea.ac.uk

Thu 13 – Sun 16 Sep

Noirwich crime writing festival Annual festival of talks, workshops and readings UEA, Dragon Hall and others Visit noirwich.co.uk Email literaryevents@uea.ac.uk

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NORFOLK & NORWICH FESTIVAL Fri 25 May, 3.30–4.30pm In memory of Rebecca McManus Part of the City of Literature weekend at Norfolk & Norwich Festival Chapelfield Gardens, Norwich £8 / £3 Visit nnfestival.org.uk Email 01603 766400


LITERATURE

CONFERENCES MAY Sat 12 May, all day event Critical reinventions All aspects of formal invention in contemporary literary-critical practice Julian Study Centre, UEA £40 (PGR bursaries available) Visit criticalreinventions.wordpress.com Register store.uea.ac.uk Email criticalreinventions@gmail.com

JUNE Sat 30 Jun, all day event Angela Carter and Japan The influence of Japan on the life and work of Angela Carter Julian Study Centre, UEA £15 (£10 for PGRs) Visit carterandjapan.wordpress.com Register store.uea.ac.uk Email angelacarterandjapan@yahoo.com

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MUSIC AND DRAMA

MUSIC All events take place in the UEA Music Centre (unless otherwise stated) Free Visit uea.ac.uk/music-centre/events/tickets Email musicevents@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593948

CONCERTS Wed 2 May, 1.10–1.55pm Spring lunchtime concert: Music Award holders and percussion ensemble Strode Concert Room, UEA Music Centre Capacity limited, please arrive early

AUDITIONS – DIARY DATES Auditions open to staff, students and members of the community. Please use contact details above to arrange any auditions Fri 28 Sep, 11am–5.30pm and Mon 1 Oct, 12–6pm UEA Choir auditions Auditions five minutes in duration Visit uea.ac.uk/music-centre/ensembles/ uea-choir

UEA Chamber Choir auditions Some vocal training and/or choral experience essential, as well as the ability to read music Auditions ten minutes in duration Visit uea.ac.uk/music-centre/ensembles/ uea-chamber-choir

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UEA Symphony Orchestra auditions If you are Grade 7 standard or above please come and audition Auditions ten minutes in duration

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


Free Email ldc.dramastudio@uea.ac.uk

MAY Sun 6 May, 2pm and 7.30pm Nineteen Short Scenes for Sons Donations invited for the Goderich Waldorf School, Sierra Leone

MUSIC AND DRAMA

DRAMA All events take place in UEA Drama Studio rehearsal room (unless otherwise stated)

JUNE Tue 19 Jun, all day event MA Scriptwriting showcase The Garage Theatre, Norwich, NR2 1NY

Tue 1 May, 7.30pm (doors 7pm)

The Fever Wallace Shawn Starring Paola Dionisotti Game of Thrones, Florence Foster Jenkins

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Friday 11 – Sunday 27 May 2018 Unmissable performance, literature, art and free outdoor events

nnfestival.org.uk Principal Funders

Talvin Singh 8

Les Amazones d’Afrique

Le Gateau Chocolat


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

MAY Sat 5 May, 6.30pm Wilko Johnson £27.50

JUNE Wed 6 Jun, 7.30pm Public Image Ltd £26.50

Sun 6 May, 6pm Buzzcocks £28 Sat 12 May, 6.30pm Blossoms £19.50

PUBLIC IMAGE LTD Wed 6 Jun 9


GIGS

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

MAY Tue 1 May, 7.30pm Mexrrissey £17.50

JUNE Sat 9 Jun, 6.30pm Absolute Bowie £13

Tue 15 May, 7.30pm Peace £15

Sun 10 Jun, 7pm The Beat £18

Thu 24 May, 7.30pm Tragedy £10

AUGUST Sat 4 Aug, 6.30pm Voodoo Glow Skulls £15

PEACE Tue 15 May

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UEA LONDON LECTURE Free, booking essential

Email artsandhumanitiesevents@uea.ac.uk

Visit uea.ac.uk/events Call 01603 592130

MAY Wed 9 May, 6pm Jimmy Jones memorial lecture: from the North Sea to the wide Asian waters – great power struggles since the Anglo-Dutch wars, 1650-2050 Julian Study Centre, UEA Thu 10 May, 6.30–7.45pm Communication in global Britain: the language gap Professor Steven Vertovec (Director, Max Planck Institute) Thomas Paine Study Centre, UEA

Sat 19 May, 9.45am–5pm History for all: political activism in the past The Forum, Millennium Plain, Norwich, NR2 1TF Free, booking essential

MAY Thu 24 May, 6.30pm Placeless people: rights, writing and refugees Prof Lyndsey Stonebridge (UEA School of History) Regent Street Cinema, 307, Regent Street, London W1B 2HW

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

POLITICAL LECTURES All events free

Tue 29 May, 3pm US-Cuba relations: back to the future with Donald Trump? Arnold August (Canadian author and Cuba specialist) Room 2.03, Arts, UEA Email hazel.marsh@uea.ac.uk

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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 at 6pm (doors 5.30pm) 50-minute lecture followed by refreshments Free, booking essential Thu 17 May Printing modernity: a story of colours in Meiji Japan Dr Stephanie Su (Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Fellow) Thu 21 Jun The Sinan shipwreck and material culture of the maritime trade in medieval Japan Dr Jungeun Lee (Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Fellow) Thu 19 Jul Thinking for oneself: individuality in early modern Japan, with some memories of Carmen Blacker In association with the Carmen Blacker lecture series

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Free, booking essential

Thu 7 – Fri 8 Jun Adaptation, or how media relate in contemporary Japan Organised by Dr Amanda Kennell Fri 15 Jun Display as an ensemble: interdisciplinary approaches to the display in pre-modern Japan Organised by Dr Jungeun Lee

Fri 13 – Sat 14 Jul Fashioning colours: new perspectives on Japanese woodblock prints Organised by Dr Stephanie Su

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

SYMPOSIA Times to be confirmed – check UEA online events calendar for details

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LECTURES AND SEMINARS

RESEARCH SEMINARS Free, booking essential

MAY Wed 2 May, 5pm Centre for Japanese Studies research seminar: The political use of poetic landscapes in the Edo period Timon Screech (Professor of History of Art, SOAS, University of London) Room 0.113, Lawrence Stenhouse Building, UEA

JUNE Wed 13 Jun, 5.30–7pm The ‘new’ political arithmetic of poverty Professor Stephen Gorard Thomas Paine Study Centre, Room 1.03, UEA Email edu.support@uea.ac.uk

Thu 21 Jun, 2–5pm UEA Dementia Research Collaborative with Alzheimer’s Research UK Julian Study Centre, UEA Email dementia.research@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593540

Tue 22 May, 6.30pm Inaugural lecture: How languages shape our thinking, memory and judgment Prof Luna Filipovic (UEA School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies) Julian Study Centre, UEA Free Visit uea.ac.uk/events Email events@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 592130 Rescheduled from Tue 27 Feb

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Thu 14 Jun, 5.30pm The inaugural Lorna Sage Memorial lecture Prof Maud Ellmann (University of Chicago) The Forum, Norwich, NR2 1BH Free Fri 15 Jun Follow-up symposium Explore Prof Ellmann’s work with speakers including Ian Patterson (Cambridge), Nicholas Royle (Sussex), Claire Wills (Princeton) and Robert Young (NYU) Free Visit lornasagelecture.com


£1 Visit emeetup.com/Norwich-Psychology-Meetup

MAY Tue 15 May The psychology of addiction

Tue 19 Jun The psychology of nostalgia

Mon 28 May Putting psychology into practice

JULY Tue 17 Jul Masculinity, femininity and psychological androgyny

JUNE Wed 13 Jun Understanding mental health: current ideas and debates

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

NORWICH PSYCHOLOGY MEETUPS A social/discussion group that meets in Norwich city centre once a month, with a focus on psychology. Open to anyone with an interest in psychology. See the website for venues and full details, and to register. All events take place from 7–9pm

AUGUST Tue 21 Aug Psychology of biography and life themes

KESWICK HALL LECTURES A season of talks supported by the UEA Faith Literacy Network and the Keswick Hall Trust, exploring religion in Britain today. All talks take place in the Julian Study Centre lecture theatre at UEA at 6.30pm Wed 9 May Kindness in education Wed 16 May Kindness in the community

Thu 24 May Kindness in public life

Rescheduled from March

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UEA AT THE ROYAL NORFOLK SHOW

UEA AT THE ROYAL NORFOLK SHOW Wed 27 – Thu 28 Jun UEA is once again bringing its world-leading research and academic experts to the Royal Norfolk Show; a platform showcasing exciting innovation from across the county Norfolk Showground, Norwich, NR5 0TT Visit royalnorfolkshow.rnaa.org.uk/tickets

UEA’s marquee on President’s Avenue (opposite the Grand Ring) will host a range of fun, interactive activities and short accessible talks showcasing pioneering research from across the University

The drop-in schedule of talks and hands-on demonstrations is open to everyone, and no prior knowledge is necessary. Our research will also be showcased in the Agri-Tech East Innovation Hub

Topics will include:

Visit UEA at the Royal Norfolk Show to explore the groundbreaking discoveries being made. You can also find out more about working with UEA, including accessing funding, research expertise, and recruiting talented students and graduates

– Agriculture and the environment – Wellbeing in the workplace – Antimicrobial resistance – Local heritage – Concussion in sport

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FILM SCREENINGS

VINTAGE CINEMA Deadline: Mon 3 Sep, 12pm East Anglian Film Archive (EAFA) mashup filmmaking competition Use EAFA archive material to make a short film Free entry Visit eafa.org.uk/highlights/44-mash-upfilmmaking-competition Email eafa@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 692664

Thu 6 – Sun 9 Sep, Thu 13 – Sun 16 Sep, times tbc Norfolk Heritage open day at East Anglian Film Archive Including screening of Extraordinary Women Archive Centre, Martineau Lane, Norwich, NR2 2DQ Free, booking essential Visit eafa.org.uk/events-news Email eafa@uea.ac.uk

EUROPEAN CINEMA Free Email v.koutrakou@uea.ac.uk

Tue 1 May, 5pm Highway to Hellas German, Aron Lehmann 2015 Tue 8 May, 5pm A Hijacking Danish, Tobias Lindholm 2013

POLITICAL CINEMA

MollieButler, AnOddOde, knifefork

Wed 9 May, 5.30pm Crafting resistance: the art of Chilean political prisoners Screening plus Q&A with producer and Chilean guest Room 01.01, Arts, UEA Free Email hazel.marsh@uea.ac.uk 17


FILM SCREENINGS

GREEN FILM FESTIVAL @UEA Film screenings and talks All events take place in The Enterprise Centre, UEA Free Call 01603 592873 Email c.cornea@uea.ac.uk Visit www.uea.ac.uk/events Follow @UKGreenFilmsUEA

MAY Thu 3 May, 7.30–9.30pm Thank You For The Rain Fri 4 May, 7.30–9.15pm Dusk Chorus Sat 5 May, 1–3.15pm Demain (Tomorrow) Sat 5 May, 4–5.30pm Evolution of Organic Sat 5 May, 6.45–9.30pm Okja

WORKSHOPS Sat 5 May, 10am–12pm Climate Café film workshop Room 0.01, The Enterprise Centre, UEA Free, booking essential

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Sat 5 May, 12.15–12.50pm (repeated 3.15-3.50pm) Word-forging workshop The Enterprise Centre, UEA Free, booking essential


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 Visit scva.ac.uk Email scva@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593199 Follow @SainsburyCentre

EXHIBITIONS Sat 24 Mar – Sun 2 Sep 2018 SUPERSTRUCTURES: The New Architecture 1960–1990 An exhibition to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the opening of the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts: the first public building designed by the world-renowned architect Norman Foster £12 / £10.50 Free for members

Photo credit: Beast Alerted I, 1990, courtesy of the Estate of Lynn Chadwick and Blain|Southern, Jonty Wilde

Fri 11 May 2018 – Fri 31 Aug 2019 Lynn Chadwick: Beasts Three striking sculptures by leading British sculptor Lynn Chadwick (1914-2003) Generously lent by the Chadwick Estate and organised in association with Blain|Southern Free Part of the Norfolk & Norwich Festival

ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

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

Sun 17 Jun - Sun 14 Oct 2018 Brian Clarke: The Art of Light Clarke is celebrated as the greatest stained glass artist in the world today. His stained glass screens will debut in this exhibition Free Photo credit: Fraser Watson

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ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

SPECIAL EVENTS Running alongside the major exhibitions

MAY Wed 16 May, 6–8pm SUPERSTRUCTURES late Guided tour of the SUPERSTRUCTURES exhibition and the Sainsbury Collection after hours Meet at gallery reception £15 Booking essential JUNE Fri 8 Jun, 6–7pm Reyner Banham and the paradoxes of high tech Evening lecture and conference keynote with Prof Todd Gannon Julian Study Centre lecture theatre, UEA £8 / £6 Free with conference ticket Free places available for students Booking essential (see p.21) Thu 14 Jun, 5–7pm Sainsbury Centre slide show Rarely-seen vintage images of the Sainsbury Centre building from the UEA’s slide library archives Dr Nick Warr (Curator of the Photographic Collections) Sainsbury Centre learning studio Free Booking essential

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LUNCHTIME TALKS Thursdays, 1.15–1.45pm Meet at gallery reception Free with exhibition ticket, no need to book Thu 17 May From structure to space: the ineffable dimension of architecture Dr Ana Rute da Costa (Lecturer in Architecture, Norwich University of the Arts) Thu 24 May High tech into high rise: British public housing in the 1960s Professor Stefan Muthesius (Honorary professor UEA School of Art, Media and American Studies)


Meet at gallery reception Free

Fri 1 Jun, 3,30pm Peter Nencini Fri 22 Jun, 3,30pm James Epps Sun 16 Sep, 2–2.45pm (repeated 3–3.45pm) Behind the scenes: building tour with David Rees Booking essential

FILM SCREENING Mon 7 May, 5.30pm How much does your building weigh, Mr Foster? Film screening and panel discussion with Chris Rodden Cinema City, Norwich NR2 4AD £8 / £6 Cinema City and Sainsbury Centre members Visit picturehouses.co.uk Call 0871 902 5724

ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

ARTIST-LED TOURS See the Sainsbury Centre with fresh eyes with this series of artist-led explorations of the building

In partnership with RIBA East and the Norfolk Association of Architects

Sat 14 Jul, 9.30–6pm SUPERSTRUCTURES on the move: a tour of Cambridge and Suffolk buildings with Alan Powers Meet at Cambridge Station £50 / £40 Visit c20society.org.uk and quote ‘Sainsbury Centre’ to book at C20 Society members’ rates

CONFERENCE Fri 8 – Sat 9 Jun SUPERSTRUCTURES: The New Architecture 1960–1990 International architecture and design historians explore the influences of the iconic building style of the Sainsbury Centre Julian Study Centre and Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, UEA £50 / £37.50 Free for students Booking essential In partnership with Modern Interiors Research Unit, Kingston University

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ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

TALKS AND TOURS

LAST FRIDAY: ART FOR LUNCH

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

All talks, 1.15–1.45pm Meet at gallery reception Free

Tue to Fri, 3pm* Tours of SUPERSTRUCTURES Meet at gallery reception Free, with exhibition ticket * Subject to availability. These times may be subject to change. For more information, please ask at gallery reception

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

Fri 25 May Living with gods Fri 29 Jun Bone and ivory Fri 27 Jul Oceans apart Fri 28 Sep Bacon’s popes

Booking essential Visit scva@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593199

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FROM THE COLLECTION Part of the 40th anniversary celebrations; a series of artist-led workshops for adults, designed to focus on the artist’s practice and informed by the collection Meet at gallery reception All workshops 1–2pm Free

Wed 16 May Jemma Watts: Drawing from the collection Wed 20 Jun Ian Brownlie: Objects that speak to (and of) the collection Wed 18 Jul Annie Brundrit: Shadow gaps

ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

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

Wed 2, 9, 16, 23 May, 4.30–6.30pm

Portfolio Workshop series with artist Jemma Watts, suitable for those interested in developing creative skills. Ideal for GCSE or A level students Sainsbury Centre learning studio £8 / £6 Free bursary places available for eligible students, booking essential Visit scva.ac.uk/whatson/workshops

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ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

THE SAINSBURY CENTRE SPEAKS Part of the 40th anniversary celebrations; a series of talks given by members of Sainsbury Centre staff about a favourite artwork, or a particular aspect of the collections. Meet at gallery reception. All talks 1.15–1.40pm Free

Fri 4 May Jacob Epstein Rachel Page (Assistant Manager, Visitor Services)

Fri 8 Jun Standing Jizo Bosatizsu Sue Wiltshire (Administrative Assistant)

Fri 1 Jun Eduardo Chillida David Rees (Head of Technical Services)

Fri 6 Jul Henry Moore, Half Figure No. 2 Tania Moore (Curator)

Tue 1, 15, 29 May and 12 Jun, 4.30–6.30pm

Young Associates An opportunity for young people to work closely with staff to curate public events and exhibitions for the Sainsbury Centre programme, work with contemporary artists and engage with current issues in art and culture Sainsbury Centre learning studio Free Email n.croose-myhill@uea.ac.uk

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Fri 18 May, 15 Jun and 20 Jul, 10.15–11.45am Mini studio Work with an artist, visit some part of the gallery or the UEA grounds and make playful use of materials Sainsbury Centre learning studio £8 / £6 Free for accompanying adults Booking essential Ages 5 and under and their parents or carers Sun 6 May, 3 Jun and 1 Jul, 2–4pm (drop-in) Sunday studio Join an artist who offers a new technique or an interesting combination of materials to create their own artwork Sainsbury Centre learning studio Free All ages welcome

Every Sat, 5 May – 21 Jul, 10.30–11.15am Story pot Come and cook up a story in the gallery Meet at gallery reception Free but limited places allocated on arrival All ages welcome, particularly under 12s Children must be accompanied by an adult

HOLIDAY ACTIVITIES Tue 29* – Wed 30 May**, 10.30am–3pm Children’s holiday studios Artist Rachel McGivern £18 / £14 includes materials Booking essential

ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

FAMILIES AND CHILDREN Interactive activities for the whole family to enjoy

Call 01603 593199 *Ages 5–8, parents or carers welcome to stay ** Ages 8–12

Sat 28 Jul, 11am–3pm Family art day To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Sainsbury Centre, creative activities with natural materials in the UEA woods, artist-led tours of the campus, and giant drawing outside the building Free Drop-in activities and sessions bookable on day

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ATOMS TO GALAXIES

LANGUAGE, PERCEPTION,

SPACE TRAVEL, ASTONOMY,

CREATIVE MINDS

OTHER WORLDS

OUR BODY

PLANET EARTH

GUT BIOLOGY, BACTERIA,

CROP SCIENCE, VOLCANOES,

HEALTHY AGEING

WILDLIFE CONSERVATION

TECH ME OUT SURVEILANCE, GENOMICS, SOCIAL MEDIA

ALL EVENTS 14-16 MAY MULTIPLE LOCATIONS ACROSS NORWICH

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@PINTOFSCIENCE #PINT18


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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

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

Courtesy East Anglian Film Archive: Cockling at Wells-next-the-sea (1951), G. Campling

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We have a range of opportunities to visit our campus with everything from Open Days to Summer Schools. Please see our list of on campus events for prospective students below: Afternoon with an Academic - Lecture Series Campus Tours Mini Open Days Open Days Friday 6 July, Saturday 7 July, Saturday 8 September, Saturday 20 October Sixth Form Conference Friday 22 June, Monday 25 June Subject Taster Days Year 12 Summer Schools (Sunday 1 July - Tuesday 3 July) Chemistry and Pharmacy, Health Sciences, Law, Literature and History Find out more at www.uea.ac.uk/visit 28


Art: SUPERSTRUCTURES: The New Architecture 1960-90

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Fri 11 May - Fri 31 Aug 19 Art: Lynn Chadwick: Beasts

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Sun 17 Jun - Sun 14 Oct

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Art: Brian Clarke: The Art of Light

MAY Tue 1 May

Drama: The Fever

Tue 1 May

Film: Highway to Hellas

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Tue 1 May

Gig: Mexrrissey

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Wed 2 May

Literature: Madeline Miller

Wed 2 May

Seminar: The political use of poetic landscapes in the Edo period

Wed 2 May

Concert: Spring lunchtime concert

Thu 3 May

Film: Thank You For The Rain

Thu 3 May

Literature: Sophie Collins, Imogen Hermes Gowar and Rachel Hore

Fri 4 May

Talk: Rachel Page: Jacob Epstein

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Fri 4 May

Film: Dusk Chorus

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Sat 5 May

Workshop: Climate Café film workshop

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Sat 5 May

Workshop: Word-forging workshop

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Sat 5 May

Film: Demain (Tomorrow)

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Sat 5 May

Film: Evolution of Organic

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Sat 5 May

Film: Okja

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Sat 5 May

Gig: Wilko Johnson

Sun 6 May

Drama: Nineteen Short Scenes for Sons

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Sun 6 May

Gig: Buzzcocks

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Mon 7 May

Film: How much does your building weigh, Mr Foster?

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Tue 8 May

Film: A Hijacking

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Wed 9 May

Literature: Christie Watson

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Wed 9 May

Lecture: Jimmy Jones memorial lecture

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Wed 9 May

Lecture: Kindness in education

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Wed 9 May

Film: Crafting resistance: the art of Chilean political prisoners

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Thu 10 May

Lecture: Communication in global Britain

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Sat 12 May

Conference: Critical reinventions

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Sat 12 May

Gig: Blossoms

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Tue 15 May

Gig: Peace

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Tue 15 May

Meetup: The psychology of addiction

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Wed 16 May

Lecture: Kindness in the community

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WHAT’S ON

Sat 24 Mar - Sun 2 Sep

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WHAT’S ON

Wed 16 May

Workshop: Jemma Watts: Drawing from the collection

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Wed 16 May

Art: SUPERSTRUCTURES late

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Wed 16 May

Literature: Emma Healey

Thu 17 May

Talk: From structure to space: the ineffable dimension of architecture

Thu 17 May

Lecture: Printing modernity: a story of colours in Meiji Japan

Thu 17 May

Literature: Meeting on the page: talking about translating poetry

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Sat 19 May

Seminar: History for all: political activism in the past

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Tue 22 May

Lecture: How languages shape our thinking, memory and judgement

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Thu 24 May

Gig: Tragedy

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Thu 24 May

Lecture: Kindness in public life

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Thu 24 May

Talk: High tech into high rise: British public housing in the 1960s

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Thu 24 May

Lecture: Placeless people: rights, writing and refugees

Fri 25 May

Literature: In memory of Rebecca McManus

Fri 25 May

Talk: Living with gods

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Mon 28 May

Meetup: Putting psychology into practice

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Tue 29 May

Talk: US-Cuba relations: back to the future with Donald Trump?

Tue 29 and Wed 30 May Art: Children’s holiday studios

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JUNE

30

Fri 1 Jun

Talk: David Rees: Eduardo Chillida

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Fri 1 Jun

Tour: Sainsbury Centre with Peter Nencini

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Wed 6 Jun

Gig: Public Image Ltd

Thu 7 - Fri 8 Jun

Symposium: Adaptation, or how media relate in contemporary Japan

Fri 8 - Sat 9 Jun

Conference: SUPERSTRUCTURES: The New Architecture 1960-1990

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Fri 8 Jun

Talk: Sue Wiltshire: Standing Jizo Bosatizsu

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Fri 8 Jun

Lecture: Reyner Banham and the paradoxes of high tech

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Sat 9 Jun

Gig: Absolute Bowie

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Sun 10 Jun

Gig: The Beat

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Tue 12 Jun

Course: Young Associates

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Wed 13 Jun

Meetup: Understanding mental health

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Wed 13 Jun

Seminar: The ‘new’ political arithmetic of poverty

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Thu 14 Jun

Lecture: Lorna Sage Memorial Lecture

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Thu 14 Jun

Art: Sainsbury Centre slide show

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Fri 15 Jun

Symposium: Display: interdisciplinary approaches in pre-modern Japan

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Fri 15 Jun

Symposium: The work of Maud Ellmann

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Drama: MA Scriptwriting showcase

Tue 19 Jun

Meetup: The psychology of nostalgia

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Wed 20 Jun

Workshop: Ian Brownlie: Objects that speak to (and from) the collection 23

Thu 21 Jun

Lecture: Material culture of the maritime trade in medieval Japan

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Thu 21 Jun

Seminar: UEA Dementia Research Collaborative

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Fri 22 Jun

Tour: Sainsbury Centre with Peter Nencini

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Wed 27 - Thu 28 Jun

Showcase: UEA at The Norfolk Show

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Fri 29 Jun

Talk: Bone and ivory

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Sat 30 Jun

Conference: Angela Carter and Japan

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WHAT’S ON

Tue 19 Jun

5

JULY Fri 6 Jul

Talk: Tania Moore: Henry Moore, Half Figure No.2

Mon 9 - Fri 13 Jul

Literature: FLY festival

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Fri 13 - Sat 14 Jul

Symposium: Fashioning colours: Japanese woodblock prints

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Sat 14 Jul

Tour: SUPERSTRUCTURES on the move

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Tue 17 Jul

Meetup: Masculinity, femininity and psychological androgyny

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Wed 18 Jul

Workshop: Annie Brundrit: Shadow gaps

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Thu 19 Jul

Lecture: Thinking for oneself: individuality in early modern Japan

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Fri 27 Jul

Talk: Oceans apart

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Sat 28 Jul

Art: Family art day

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Sat 4 Aug

Gig: Voodoo Glow Skulls

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Tue 21 Aug

Meetup: Psychology of biography and life themes

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Thu 6 - Sun 9 Sep

Film: Norfolk Heritage Open day at the East Anglian Film Archive

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Thu 13 - Sun 16 Sep

Film: Norfolk Heritage Open day at the East Anglian Film Archive

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Thu 13 - Sun 16 Sep

Literature: Noirwich crime writing festival

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Sun 16 Sep

Tour: Behind the scenes: building tour with David Rees

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Fri 28 Sep

Auditions: UEA Choir, Chamber Choir and Symphony Orchestra

Fri 28 Sep

Talk: Bacon’s popes

AUGUST

SEPTEMBER

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BREIS, FLY FESTIVAL Julian Study Centre, UEA Mon 9 – Fri 13 Jul

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

UEA WHAT'S ON - Summer 2018  

Events offered by UEA's academics to the public on campus, in Norwich and throughout East Anglia

UEA WHAT'S ON - Summer 2018  

Events offered by UEA's academics to the public on campus, in Norwich and throughout East Anglia

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