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LITERATURE GIGS DRAMA CONCERTS LECTURES FILM ART

SUMMER 2019


CONTENTS

3 LITERATURE 6 MUSIC AND DRAMA 8 GIGS 10 UEA AND THE SAINSBURY CENTRE AT THE ROYAL NORFOLK SHOW 11 LECTURES AND SEMINARS 17 FILM SCREENINGS 21 ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS 27 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 28 EVENTS CALENDAR

Front cover: Cat 216909 (4), courtesy EAFA This page: Magdalene Oduno, Untitled, 1989. Courtesy the artist, Anthony Slayter-Ralph. Photograph Bill Dewey Back cover: The Body Observed: Magnum Photos, Sat 23 Mar – Sun 30 Jun


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

Thu 2 May Damian Barr Wed 8 May (Rescheduled) Tracey Thorn

LITERATURE

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

DOCKWORKER POWER: RACE AND ACTIVISM IN DURBAN AND THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Wed 15 May, 5.15–6.45pm Book talk by Prof Peter Cole (Western Illinois University) Thomas Paine Study Centre, 2.03, UEA Free, booking essential Visit uea.ac.uk/events

Photo credits: Damian Barr (©Jonathan Ring); Tracey Thorn (©Mark Vessey)

Thu 12 – Sun 15 Sep

NOIRWICH CRIME WRITING FESTIVAL Jarrold, UEA, Dragon Hall and others Prices vary Visit noirwich.co.uk Email literaryevents@uea.ac.uk

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LITERATURE

LITERARY TRANSLATION WORKSHOPS Events hosted by the British Centre for Literary Translation (BCLT) and led by renowned literary translators. BCLT celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2019 Free Visit bclt.org.uk/events Email anna.l.goode@uea.ac.uk

MAY Tue 7 May, 2–4pm Panel discussion: The translation of poetry Dr Paschalis Nikolaou (Ionian University) Josephine Balmer and Dr Cecilia Rossi (UEA) Chaired by Prof Kirsten Malkmjaer (University of Leicester) Earlham Hall, 1.13, UEA Tue 7 May, 6–8pm Poetry reading and book launch The Paths of Survival 12 Greek Poems After Cavafy The Return of Pytheas: Scenes from British and Greek Poetry in Dialogue Introduced by Dr Cecilia Rossi (UEA) Arts, 2.84, UEA Wed 8 May, 5.30-7 pm Poetry Translation Workshop Dr Paschalis Nikolaou (Ionian University) and Dr Cecilia Rossi (UEA) Arts, 2.03, UEA

BCLT SEBALD SPECIAL EVENTS Two events mark what would have been the 75th birthday of the founder of BCLT; W.G. Sebald Free Visit bclt.org.uk Email bclt@uea.ac.uk

Fri 10 May, 5–6.30pm Translating W.G. Sebald A roundtable discussion chaired by Daniel Hahn (UEA) Julian Study Centre Lecture Theatre, UEA Sat 11 May, 11am–4pm Sebald – Image – Translation Julian Study Centre, 1.03, UEA Symposium exploring word, image and translation in Sebald’s work Dr Richard Hibbitt (University of Leeds), Stephen Watts and Dr Lynn Wolff (Michigan State University)

Events coincide with the exhibition ‘W.G. Sebald: Far away – but from where?’ which opens at the Sainsbury Centre on Sat 11 May 4


LITERATURE

Photo credit: W.G. Sebald, Austerlitz Sequence, Paris, December 1998, Photographic print. Courtesy of the W.G. Sebald Estate

Thu 2 May, 7pm (doors 6.30pm)

Mon 24 – Fri 28 Jun, 9.15am–3.30pm

UEA LIVE

FLY

Boiler House Press: Ruby Cowling (This Paradise) and Sophie Robinson (Rabbit)

Annual festival of literature for young people

National Centre for Writing, Dragon Hall, Norwich Free

Julian Study Centre, UEA Booking essential Visit uea.ac.uk/fly Email fly@uea.ac.uk

Email kate.moorhead-kuhn@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 877177

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MUSIC AND DRAMA

AUDITIONS Auditions open to staff, students and members of the community All auditions held at the UEA Music Centre Free Visit uea.ac.uk/music-centre/ensembles Email musicevents@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593948

SEPTEMBER Fri 27 Sep, 11am–5.30pm and Mon 30 Sep, 12–6pm UEA Choir auditions Auditions five minutes in duration Fri 27 Sep, 11am–5.30pm and Mon 30 Sep, 12–6pm UEA Chamber Choir auditions Some vocal training and/or choral experience essential, as well as the ability to read music Auditions ten minutes in duration Fri 27 Sep, 12–6pm and Mon 30 Sep, 3–8pm UEA Symphony Orchestra auditions Grade 7 standard or above Auditions ten minutes in duration

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DRAMA: ENLIGHTENMENT Thu 9, Fri 10 and Sat 11 May, 7.00pm Performance from UEA students’ Minotaur Theatre Company Written by Shelagh Stephenson UEA Drama Studio £7 / £5 Visit tinyurl.com/minotaurenlightenment Email ldc.dramastudio@uea.ac.uk


Friday 10 - Sunday 26 May 2019 Unmissable performance, literature, art and free outdoor events. nnfestival.org.uk 01603 766400 Principal Funders

Eliza & Martin Carthy

Nakhane

Le Gateau Chocolat & Johnny Woo


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

JUNE Mon 10 Jun, 7.30pm Anne-Marie: Speak Your Mind Tour 2019 Plus special guests £26.50

ANNE-MARIE Mon 10 Jun

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JULY Mon 1 Jul, 7.30pm Sharon Van Etten Plus special guests £22.50


GIGS

THE WATERFRONT Gigs on King Street, Norwich

MAY Tue 14 May, 7.30pm Fat White Family Plus Sorry £17.50 Wed 29 May, 7.30pm Ezra Furman Plus support £17.50

JUNE Thu 13 Jun, 7.30pm The Sugarhill Gang – 40 year anniversary of Rapper’s Delight Plus Melle Mel & Scorpio Furious Five £17.50

FAT WHITE FAMILY Tue 14 May

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UEA & THE SAINSBURY CENTRE AT THE ROYAL NORFOLK SHOW 10

UEA AND THE SAINSBURY CENTRE AT THE ROYAL NORFOLK SHOW Wed 26 – Thu 27 June Norfolk Showground, Dereham Road, Norwich Tickets royalnorfolkshow.rnaa.org.uk/tickets Email events@uea.ac.uk

UEA and the Sainsbury Centre jointly showcase at this year’s Royal Norfolk Show. Visit our marquee on President’s Avenue (opposite the Grand Ring) for a host of fun, interactive activities and short, accessible talks showcasing pioneering research and collaborations from across the University. Topics will include: – Agriculture – Art and sculpture – Innovation – Local heritage – Volunteering opportunities – Wellbeing

The drop-in schedule of talks and hands-on demonstrations are open to everyone, and no prior knowledge is necessary. Research will also be showcased in the Agri-Tech East Innovation Hub and children can engage with UEA research in the Norwich Science Festival marquee in the Discovery Zone. 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.


Free, booking essential Visit uea.ac.uk/arts-humanities/creativenow Email artsandhumanitiesevents@uea.ac.uk

APRIL Tue 30 Apr CREATIVE VOICES How can we achieve a more diverse and equal workforce to fuel new creative projects, collaborations and innovations? Marie-Claire Isaaman (Women in Games) Nahrein Kemp (Film London) Sharmaine Lovegrove (Dialogue Books) Prof Sarah Barrow (UEA) MAY Tue 14 May CREATIVE WORKS How can creatives in a digital age address new challenges around authorship and content creation that disrupt long-standing trends within creative industries? Richard Dinnick (Novelist, screenwriter) Crispin Hunt (Longpigs, BASCA) Fiona Ryder (Tin Can Digital, Norwich Chamber of Commerce) Dr Sabine Jacques (UEA) Prof John Street (UEA)

Tue 28 May CREATIVE CHANGES Technology has made significant changes to creative practices, but does new tech help or hinder creativity? Lorna Burrows (Immersive Studios) Jacob Sam-La Rose (Poet, educator) Prof Richard Hand (UEA) Dr Claire Hynes (UEA)

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

CREATIVE NOW Panel discussions exploring key challenges facing the creative sector in East Anglia. All events held at Town Close Auditorium, Norwich Castle, 6.30-8pm (doors 6.15pm)

JUNE Tue 11 Jun CREATIVE PLACES Festivals contribute to local placemaking strategies and economic success, but are they also an engine for creative growth and talent? Daniel Brine (Norfolk & Norwich Festival) Julia Devonshire (Great Yarmouth Borough Council) Fiona Goh (British Arts Festival Association) Prof George McKay (UEA) Prof Henry Sutton (UEA)

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LECTURES AND SEMINARS

BEYOND THE SPECTACLE: NATIVE NORTH AMERICAN PRESENCE IN BRITAIN Indigenous Canadian Kwakwaka’wakw artist Sonny Assu will be resident at the Sainsbury Centre, 24 Jun – 24 Jul. He will be hosted by Beyond the Spectacle: Native North American Presence in Britain, an AHRC research project based at UEA and the University of Kent (Prof Jacqueline Fear-Segal and Prof David Stirrup) Email beyondthespectacle@kent.ac.uk

ROBERT SAINSBURY LECTURE Wed 15 May, 6pm Dr Gus Casely-Hayford (National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution) Thomas Paine Study Centre Lecture Theatre, UEA Free, booking essential Visit sru.uea.ac.uk Email l.farrington@uea.ac.uk

LECTURE Fri 19 Jul, 5–6pm Art and activism Sonny Assu Elizabeth Fry, 01.08, UEA Followed by exhibition opening: Beyond the Spectacle, 6.30-7.30pm, East Wing, Sainsbury Centre Free

SYMPOSIUM Fri 19 – Sat 20 Jul Bringing light to the dark: visual sovereignties in contemporary indigenous art of the Americas Keynote Lectures: Art and activism Sonny Assu Becoming Mary Sully: toward an American Indian abstract Prof Philip J Deloria (Harvard University) Elizabeth Fry, 01.08 and the Sainsbury Centre, UEA £65 / £40 (students), registration essential 12

J R JONES MEMORIAL LECTURE Wed 15 May, 6pm War and international relations in the modern age Prof Margaret MacMillan, CC CH (University of Oxford / University of Toronto) Julian Study Centre, UEA Free Email artsandhumanitiesevents@uea.ac.uk


Free Email sally.beet@uea.ac.uk

MAY Wed 22 May, 1–2pm (seminar), 2–3pm (workshop) Implementation science Prof Nick Sevdalis (King’s College London) Queens Building, 01.09 (NEAT Suite), UEA JUNE Wed 19 Jun, 1–2pm Apathy subtypes and their impact in neurodegenerative disease Dr Ratko Radakovic (UEA) Queens Building, 01.09 (NEAT Suite), UEA JULY Time and date tbc Patient involvement in the assessment of pre-registration adult nursing Dr Nickey Rooke (UEA)

COMPASSIONATE COMMUNITIES Tue 14 May, 11am–3pm A public health approach to palliative and end-of-life care Julian Study Centre Lecture Theatre, UEA Free, booking essential

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

HEALTH SEMINARS Monthly seminars and workshops hosted by UEA’s School of Health Sciences

Visit uea.ac.uk/events

LEARNING DISABILITIES: A JOURNEY OF DISCOVERY AND REFLECTION Fri 21 – Sat 22 Jun, 10am–4pm UEA’s School of Health Sciences celebrates 100 years of learning disability nursing Stalls about local services and UEA’s BSc Learning Disabilities Nursing Programme The Forum, Norwich Free Visit uea.ac.uk/events

ALZHEIMER’S RESEARCH UK PUBLIC EVENT Fri 28 Jun, 2–5pm Enterprise Centre Lecture Theatre, UEA Free

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

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LECTURES AND SEMINARS

EXPLORING THE MEDICAL HUMANITIES Interdisciplinary seminar series coordinated by UEA’s Norwich Medical School and School of Health Sciences, interrogating the recent turn to the body in the humanities All events take place 1.15-3pm, Arts, 01.06, UEA Free Visit h.cooper@uea.ac.uk Follow #UEAMedHums

MAY Wed 1 May Diagnosis, prognosis and a good bedside manner: medical practitioners and their patients in medieval England Dr Joy Hawkins (UEA) Wed 15 May Working knowledge: complexity and care in interdisciplinary medical humanities research collaborations Dr Angela Woods and Mary Robson (Hearing the Voice, Durham University)

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WITTGENSTEIN WORKSHOPS Discussion workshops focussing on a text sent by the speaker in advance, 5-7pm Free Email o.kuusela@uea.ac.uk to request a copy of the text, please email one week prior to each workshop

MAY Wed 8 May Meaning and measure: Wittgenstein, Kripke and Diamond on the standard meter Prof Martin Gustafsson (Åbo Akademi University) Arts, 2.08, UEA Wed 22 May Who are ‘we’ for Wittgenstein? Prof Constantine Sandis (University of Hertfordshire) Arts, 0.31, UEA JUNE Wed 5 Jun A missing link? Wittgenstein and turns to practice Dr Cecilie Eriksen (Aarhus University) Arts, 0.28, UEA


Dr Benjamin Cook (NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies & Columbia University) Free Wed 8 May, 6.15pm (doors 6pm) Pearson Building Lecture Theatre G22, University College London’s Department of Geography, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT Visit cbrl.ac.uk

REFLECTIONS ON THE CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF GENOCIDE Tue 11 Jun, 6–7.45pm Lessons from the Balkans and elsewhere Hosted by the Norfolk Cambridge Society Prof Cathie Carmichael (UEA) Blake Studio, Norwich School, Norwich £5 / £15 Visit alumni.cam.ac.uk

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

THE PAST & FUTURE OF CLIMATE, PEOPLE AND DROUGHT IN THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN

Thur 9 May, 5pm The Sainsbury Centre Lecture Theatre, UEA Visit uea.ac.uk/events

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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 16 May Fujita Tsuguharu: a classical painter? Prof Michael Lucken (Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales)

Thu 20 Jun Manga at the British Museum Prof Nicole Rousmaniere (SISJAC and British Museum) Thu 18 Jul Carmen Blacker Lecture: Dragon bones and sacred pillars: some archaeological observations on traditional Japanese religion Prof Simon Kaner (SISJAC) *Venue TBC

Thu 15 Aug Japanese cinema at home and overseas 1950–1970 Dr Hiroyuki Kitaura in conversation with Dr Jennifer Coates (SISJAC) *Venue TBC

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This season’s theme: “Monstrous Bodies”. Films followed by informal discussion with introducers in the bar. All screenings take place at Cinema City, Norwich Standard Cinema City prices Visit picturehouses.com/cinema/cinema_city

APRIL Mon 29 Apr, 8.15pm The Thing Introduced by Dr Linda Sheppard (UEA) and Prof Richard Sheppard (University of Oxford) MAY Sun 12 May, 1pm 2001: A Space Odyssey Followed by Q&A with Dr Rupert Read (UEA), Peter Kramer (UEA) and Dr Vincent M Gaine Mon 20 May, 8.15pm The Fly Introduced by Dr Jerry Goodenough (UEA)

FILM SCREENINGS

PHILOSOPHERS AT THE CINEMA UEA philosophers introduce great movies with philosophical themes

Thu 2 May, 6.30–9pm

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Hosted by the Centre for Japanese Studies, a screening plus Q&A with director and producer Takao Saiki (Japanese with English subtitles) Julian Study Centre Lecture Theatre, UEA Free Visit size.com/17/story.html Email cjs@uea.ac.uk

Wed 8 May, 5.15pm

MAO’S LAST DANCER European cinema Arts, 01.02, UEA Free

Email v.koutrakou@uea.ac.uk

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FILM SCREENINGS

GREEN FILM FESTIVAL Film screenings, talks and events hosted by UEA’s Film, Television and Media Studies department, in conjunction with local Green partners All events take place in The Enterprise Centre Lecture Theatre, UEA, unless otherwise stated* Free, booking essential Visit uea.ac.uk/about/sustainability Email c.cornea@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 592873 Follow @GreenFilmsUEA Bookings: bit.ly/uea-green-films

FILMS Fri 10 May, 7.30–9.30pm Sharkwater: Extinction Rob Stewart, 2018 We 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

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 11 October, 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 Unfractured Chanda Chevannes, 2017 This documentary follows biologist and mother Sandra Steingraber as she reinvents herself as an outspoken activist Pre-screening talk with anti-fracking campaigner Tina Lavery Post-screening talk with filmmaker Chanda Chevannes

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Sat 18 May, 7–9.15pm Anote’s Ark Matthieu Rytz, 2018 Follow Kiribati’s president Anote Tong’s struggle 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 Matthew Rytz

GREEN FILM FESTIVAL EVENTS Fri 17 May, 5.30–7pm Climate onstage – environmental issues in theatre Interactive drama and writing workshop *The Enterprise Centre, 0.07, UEA

Sat 18 May, 3.45–5pm Toxic racism – the fight for climate justice Panel discussion about race and environment

FILM SCREENINGS

Sat 18 May, 2–4pm Beasts of the Southern Wild Benh Zeitlin, 2012 Follow six year-old protagonist Hushpuppy as a violent storm strikes her deprived community in the Louisiana Bayou

Sat 18 May, 5–6pm Book launch: A Film Philosophy of Ecology and Enlightenment Dr Rupert Read (UEA) *The Enterprise Centre, 0.07, UEA

UNFRACTURED Fri 17 May

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

EXHIBITIONS Until Sun 30 Jun The Body Observed: Magnum Photos Featuring over 130 works from the 1930s to the contemporary, The Body Observed explores how Magnum Photographers have turned their lens to the body, presenting works that examine a range of subjects from identity, intimacy, sexuality and ritual, to voyeurism and performance, among others £13 / £12, free for UEA / NUA students Sat 11 May – Sun 18 Aug W.G. Sebald: Far away – but from where? Mezzanine Gallery To mark what would have been the 75th birthday of W.G. Sebald (1944–2001), this innovative, interdisciplinary exhibition combines rare and unseen archive material. For the first time, the wealth of UEA’s archive collections and the Sebald Estate will be used to explore his use of photography.

The exhibition will also showcase works by Tacita Dean, Tess Jaray and Julie Mehretu that relate or respond to his writing £8 / £7, free for UEA / NUA students Sat 3 Aug – Sun 15 Dec Magdalene Odundo: The Journey of Things This major exhibition will bring together more than 50 of Magdalene Odundo’s works with a large selection of objects chosen by Odundo from across the globe and spanning 3,000 years. It will also showcase her largest piece, Transition II, made up of 1,001 individual suspended glass pieces. The exhibition will be designed by Sir David Adjaye OBE £8 / £7, free for UEA / NUA students

ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

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

In partnership with The Hepworth Wakefield

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ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

SCULPTURE PARK The Sculpture Park is situated across the University campus and features works from Elisabeth Frink, Henry Moore, Lynn Chadwick, Antony Gormley and Vladimir Tatlin’s Monument to the Third International. With 350 acres of attractive parkland, you can also enjoy architecture from leading architects such as Foster, Lasdun and Mather Free

Fri 10 May – Sun 1 Sep John Christie: My Blue Heaven From a mysterious building, sliced diagonally as if by a giant knife, comes the sound of music: Fats Domino’s 1956 hit ‘My Blue Heaven’. Artist, filmmaker and publisher Christie was a frequent collaborator with art critic John Berger, working together on the BBC’s ‘Another Way of Telling’ and the 2017 East Anglian Book of the Year Lapwing & Fox: Conversations Between John Berger and John Christie

Elisabeth Frink, Running Man, 1978 © Frink Estate and Archive 22

From summer 2019 Elisabeth Frink: Running Man Frink’s impressive sculpture, Running Man, 1978, is an image of humanity’s ability to strive against adversity. Following its inclusion in the exhibition Elisabeth Frink: Humans and Other Animals at the Sainsbury Centre, Running Man will be installed in the Sculpture Park. It will join Frink’s Mirage I and II as well as sculptures by Henry Moore, Lynn Chadwick, Liliane Lijn and Antony Gormley


Meet at gallery reception

MAY Thu 16 May, 1.15–1.45pm Lunchtime talk Prof Richard Sawdon Smith (Norwich University of the Arts) Free with Body Observed: Magnum Photos exhibition ticket

JUNE Thu 6 Jun, 6–7.30pm In conversation Bieke Depoorter and Agata: photographer and subject £8 / £6 Tue 25 Jun, 6–7.30pm An evening with Susan Meiselas Leading documentary photographer and member of Magnum for over 30 years, Susan Meiselas reflects on her work in The Body Observed £8 / £6

ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

SPECIAL EVENTS Running alongside the major exhibitions

Fri 14 Jun, 3–4pm

Interpretations Writer Philippa Snow responds to Eve Arnold’s photographs of Joan Crawford Free with Body Observed: Magnum Photos exhibition ticket

USA. Los Angeles. American actress Joan Crawford. 1959 © Eve Arnold/Magnum Photos

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ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

FAMILIES AND CHILDREN All art events and workshops take place at the Sainsbury Centre, unless otherwise stated*

STORY POT Saturdays, 4 May – 20 Jul, 10.30–11.15am *Meet at Gallery reception Working as a group, choose a few artworks, pop ‘em in the pot and cook up a good story together. An artist will be there to help you add some unexpected flavours to your tale Free

MINI STUDIO Fridays 17 May, 21 Jun and 19 Jul, 10.15–11.30am Work with an artist to explore a theme, visiting some part of the gallery or the UEA grounds and then back to the studio to play with materials Artists: Georgie Manly (May), Rach Anstey-Sanders (June) and Kate Munro (July)

Children to be accompanied by adult Places allocated on arrival

£8 / £4, booking essential

SUNDAY STUDIO Sundays 5 May, 2 Jun, 7 Jul, 1.30–2.20pm and 2.40–3.30pm Artist-led activities that can be extended independently after the session Artists: Georgie Manly (May), Genevieve Rudd (June) and Kate Munro (July) Free, booking essential Max 30 places

Spanish painter Salvador Dali, “Dali Atomicus” 1948 © Philippe Halsman/Magnum Photos 24

Free for accompanying adults


Max 20 places Free places available for Looked After children – call 01603 593199 to enquire

Tue 28 May, 10.30am–3pm £18 / £14, booking essential Includes materials For children aged 5-8 (parents or carers are welcome to stay)

HANDS FIND FORM Fri 28 Jun – Sun 28 Jul The Sainsbury Centre entrance Free Installation with films by artist Georgie Manly showing the working process of creative threeand four-year olds. Conclusion of a six-month collaboration with Earlham Nursery School BLUE SKY Saturdays 27 Jul; 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 Aug, 10.30am–1.30pm Drop-in family activities Free Every Saturday through the holidays, an artist is on hand to help make use of gallery resources, to explore the artworks and to enjoy the gallery. Join in or settle into one of the comfy gallery seats

ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

CHILDREN’S HOLIDAY STUDIO Explore cropping in response to Henri List, create a performance inspired by Phillippe Halsmans and explore light and shadow, based on Bischof’s Zebra Woman

Switzerland. Zurich. “Zebra woman” 1942 © Werner Bischof/Magnum Photos

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Mini Open Days Friday 22 November, Friday 6 December 2019 Monday 6 January 2020 Open Days Saturday 6 July, Saturday 7 September, Saturday 19 October, Sunday 20 October 2019 Sixth Form Conference Friday 21 June 2019 Year 12 Summer Schools Medicine, Pharmacy, Health Sciences, History, Literature, Law Sunday 28 July - Wednesday 31 July 2019 Campus Tours Subject Taster Days Maths - Thursday 25 April 2019 Geography - Tuesday 14 May 2019 History - Friday 17 May 2019 Drama - Thursday 20 June 2019 Find out more at www.uea.ac.uk/visit


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WHAT’S ON

Until Sun 30 Jun

Art: The Body Observed: Magnum Photos

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Fri 10 May – Sun 1 Sep

Art: John Christie: My Blue Heaven

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Sat 11 May - Sun 18 Aug Art: W.G. Sebald: Far away - but from where?

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Fri 28 Jun – Sun 28 Jul

Art: Hands Find Form

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Sat 3 Aug - Sun 15 Dec

Art: Magdalene Odundo: The Journey of Things

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From summer 2019

Art: Elisabeth Frink: Running Man

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Mon 29 Apr

Film: The Thing

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Tue 30 Apr

Talk: CREATIVE VOICES

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Wed 1 May

Seminar: Diagnosis, prognosis and a good bedside manner

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Thu 2 May

Literature: Damian Barr

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Thu 2 May

Film: 17 Short Lived

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Thu 2 May

Literature: Boiler House Press

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Tue 7 May

Talk: The translation of poetry

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Tue 7 May

Literature: Poetry reading and book launch

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Wed 8 May

Lecture: The past & future of climate, people and drought

APRIL

MAY

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in the Eastern Mediterranean

Wed 8 May

Literature: Tracey Thorn

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Wed 8 May

Workshop: Poetry translation workshop

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Wed 8 May

Workshop: Meaning and measure

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Wed 8 May

Film: Mao’s Last Dancer

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Thu 9 May

Lecture: The past & future of climate, people and drought

in the Eastern Mediterranean

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Thu 9, Fri 10 & Sat 11 May Drama: Enlightenment

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Fri 10 May

Talk: Translating W.G. Sebald

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Fri 10 May

Film: Sharkwater: Extinction

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Sat 11 May

Symposium: Sebald – Image – Translation

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Sun 12 May

Film: 2001: A Space Odyssey

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Tue 14 May

Talk: CREATIVE WORKS

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Tue 14 May

Gig: Fat White Family

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Taster day: UEA taster day – Geography

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Tue 14 May

Seminar: Compassionate communities

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Wed 15 May

Seminar: Working knowledge

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Wed 15 May

Literature: Dockworker Power

Wed 15 May

Lecture: J R Jones Memorial Lecture: Prof Margaret MacMillan

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Wed 15 May

Lecture: Robert Sainsbury Lecture: Dr Gus Casely-Hayford

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Thu 16 May

Lecture: Fujita Tsuguharu: a classical painter?

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Thu 16 May

Film: The Reluctant Radical

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Thu 16 May

Talk: Prof Richard Sawdon Smith

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Fri 17 May

Taster day: UEA taster day – History

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Fri 17 May

Film: Unfractured

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Fri 17 May

Workshop: Climate onstage – environmental issues in the theatre

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Sat 18 May

Talk: Toxic racism – the fight for climate justice

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Sat 18 May

Film: Beasts of the Southern Wild

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Sat 18 May

Film: Anote’s Ark

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Sat 18 May

Book launch: A Film Philosophy of Ecology and Enlightenment

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Mon 20 May

Film: The Fly

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Wed 22 May

Seminar: Who are ‘we’ for Wittgenstein?

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Wed 22 May

Seminar: Implementation science

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Wed 22 May

Workshop: Who are ‘we’ for Wittgenstein?

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Thu 23 May

Fair: UEA Grad Fair

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Tue 28 May

Talk: CREATIVE CHANGES

Tue 28 May

Art: Children’s holiday studio

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Wed 29 May

Art: Children’s holiday studio

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Wed 29 May

Gig: Ezra Furman

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WHAT’S ON

Tue 14 May

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JUNE Wed 5 Jun

Seminar: Kierkegaard as a Wittgensteinian moral philosopher

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Thu 6 Jun

Conversation: Bieke Depoorter and Agata

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Mon 10 Jun

Gig: Anne-Marie

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Tue 11 Jun

Lecture: Reflections on the causes and consequences of genocide

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Tue 11 Jun

Talk: CREATIVE PLACES

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WHAT’S ON

Thu 13 Jun

Gig: The Sugarhill Gang

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Fri 14 Jun

Talk: Interpretations

Wed 19 Jun

Seminar: Apathy subtypes and their impact in neurodegenerative disease 13

Thu 20 Jun

Taster day: UEA taster day – Drama

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Thu 20 Jun

Lecture: Manga at the British Museum

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Fri 21 - Sat 22 Jun

Showcase: Learning disabilities: a journey of discovery and reflection

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Mon 24 - Fri 28 Jun

Literature: FLY

Tue 25 Jun

Talk: An evening with Susan Meiselas

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Wed 26 and Thu 27 Jun

Show: UEA and the Sainsbury Centre at The Royal Norfolk Show

10

Fri 28 Jun

Seminar: Alzheimer’s Research UK public event

13

23

5

JULY Mon 1 Jul

Gig: Sharon Van Etten

Sat 6 Jul

Open day: UEA open day

26

8

Thu 18 Jul

Lecture: Carmen Blacker Lecture: Dragon bones and sacred pillars

16

Fri 19 Jul

Lecture: Art and activism

12

Fri 19 - Sat 20 Jul

Symposium: Bringing light to the dark

12

Lecture: Japanese cinema at home and overseas 1950-1970

16

Sat 7 Sep

Open day: UEA open day

26

Thu 12 – Sun 15 Sep

Literature: NOIRWICH

3

Fri 27 Sep

Music: UEA Choir audition

6

Fri 27 Sep

Music: UEA Chamber Choir audition

6

Fri 27 Sep

Music: UEA Symphony Orchestra audition

6

Mon 30 Sep

Music: UEA Choir audition

6

Mon 30 Sep

Music: UEA Chamber Choir audition

6

Mon 30 Sep

Music: UEA Symphony Orchestra audition

6

AUGUST Thu 15 Aug

SEPTEMBER

30


EZRA FURMAN The Waterfront Wed 29 May


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