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SPRING 2018

LITERATURE GIGS DRAMA CONCERTS LECTURES FILM ART


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SPRING LITERARY FESTIVAL UEA’s Literary Festival regularly welcomes award-winning authors to campus All lectures take place in Lecture Theatre 1 at 7pm (doors 6.30pm) followed by a book signing in Waterstones Season ticket (all seven events): £56/£48 Individual tickets: £9/£5 students Visit uea.ac.uk/litfest/tickets Email literaryevents@uea.ac.uk Follow @UEALitFest

Wed 14 Feb Stephen Fry

Wed 2 May Madeline Miller

Wed 21 Feb Sarah Hall

Wed 9 May Christie Watson

Wed 28 Feb Caryl Phillips & Margaret Drabble

Wed 16 May Emma Healey

LITERATURE

3 LITERATURE 6 MUSIC AND DRAMA 8 GIGS 11 LECTURES AND SEMINARS 17 FILM SCREENINGS 20 ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS 27 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 28 EVENTS CALENDAR

Wed 7 Mar Jon McGregor Wed 25 Apr Jesmyn Ward

Front cover: Stephen Fry, Wed 14 Feb This page: Natalia Dan’ko, Pawn from the chess set “Red and Whites”, 1922-25 Porcelain, overglaze, gilt, Collection of the Latvian National Museum of Art, Photo: Aigars Altenbergs 3


LITERATURE

LITERARY TRANSLATION WORKSHOPS A series of workshops hosted by UEA’s British Centre for Literary Translation

All readings take place in The Pig and Whistle, 2-8 All Saints Green, Norwich at 7pm (doors 6.30pm)

Free

Free Email kate.moorhead-kuhn@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 877177 Follow New Writing on Facebook

JANUARY Thu 25 Jan Eleanor Wasserberg Foxlowe Rebecca Stott Ghostwalk The Coral Thief MARCH Thu 8 Mar International Women’s Day Edition Joanna Walsh leads a performance of Seed; poet Sophie Collins; Naomi Wood Mrs Hemingway The Godless Boys

MAY Thu 3 May Imogen Hermes Gowar The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock (published Feb 2018) Rachel Hore The Dream House The Glass Painter’s Daughter The House on Bellevue Gardens

All events take place in Arts 2.03, UEA at 5.30–7pm Visit www.bclt.org.uk Email c.rossi@uea.ac.uk

JANUARY Wed 17 Jan How to write a reader’s report Cecilia Rossi Wed 24 Jan Reader’s report clinic Cecilia Rossi Wed 31 Jan Translating Harry Potter Janet Garton

LITERATURE

UEA LIVE UEA LIVE, in collaboration with Writers’ Centre Norwich, brings you a series of readings showcasing the past, present and future of UEA writing talent

MARCH Wed 7 Mar Writer-translator collaboration Christina MacSweeney

APRIL Wed 18 Apr Publishing translations Panel discussion

FEBRUARY Wed 7 Feb Translating style Jean Boase-Beier Wed 28 Feb How to introduce a writer Tom Boll

Thu 15 Feb

Joe Dunthorne Submarine Wild Abandon The Adulterants

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MUSIC AND DRAMA

DRAMA All events take place in UEA Drama Studio (unless otherwise stated) at 7.30pm (doors 7pm)

Visit uea.ac.uk/music-centre/events/tickets Email musicevents@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593948

£7/£5

FEBRUARY Wed 7 Feb (also Wed 7 Mar and Wed 2 May), 1.10pm (doors 1.05pm) UEA Music Centre lunchtime concerts Performers include UEA Music Award holders and established musicians Strode Concert Room, UEA Music Centre Free MARCH Fri 9 Mar, 7.30pm (doors 6.45pm) UEA Symphony Orchestra spring concert: Northern lights Directed by Stuart Dunlop, Director of Music. Tchaikovsky’s vivid Overture-Fantasia Romeo and Juliet, Grieg’s dynamic Piano Concerto, Op.16 and Sibelius’ Tchaikovsky-infused Symphony No.1, Op.39. The orchestra will be joined in their performance of Grieg’s Piano Concerto by pianist, Anna Geniushene St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich £12/£4

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Email store.uea.ac.uk

Sun 11 Mar, 6.30pm (doors 6pm) UEA Chamber Choir spring concert: Orpheus Britannicus A 30-strong choir, under the direction of UEA Choirmaster Tom Primrose, explores Purcell – Britain’s Orpheus – and some of the composers who were friends, contemporaries or simply influenced by the finest British musician of his day and many thereafter St George’s Church, Tombland, Norwich Free APRIL Sat 28 Apr, 7.30pm (doors 6.45pm) UEA Choir spring concert: Rossini Petite Messe Solennelle Directed by UEA Choirmaster Tom Primrose, the Petite Messe is the greatest of Rossini’s ‘sins of old age’ and while definitely not either small or solemn it remains witty, profound and ever-popular. The choir will be joined in their performance by soloists Jenny Stafford (soprano), Claire BarnettJones (mezzo-soprano), Adam Temple-Smith (tenor) and Dan D’Souza (baritone) St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich £12/£4

JANUARY Thu 25, Fri 26 and Sat 27 Jan No Exit Jean-Paul Sartre, translated by Stuart Gilbert UEA Drama Rehearsal Room (please note; seating limited so booking essential) FEBRUARY Thu 1, Fri 2 and Sat 3 Feb Release Adrian Moore

MARCH Wed 7 Mar The Hostage Brendan Behan Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts

MUSIC AND DRAMA

CONCERTS Tickets for UEA concerts are available in person and by phone from St George’s Music Shop (01603 626414) or on the door

Wed 14 and Sat 17 Mar Knock Jules Romains Sacré Théâtre (please note; performed in French)

Thu 22, Fri 23 and Sat 24 Feb Cabaret: a night at the musicals

Photo credit: ©Andi Sapey

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GIGS

THE NICK RAYNS LCR UEA is known for hosting great gigs and attracting world-class musicians to Norwich All gigs are for over 14s only Prices are advance (more on the door) and may be subject to a booking fee Visit ueaticketbookings.co.uk Email boxoffice@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 508050

JANUARY Sat 27 Jan, 6.30pm Hollywood Undead + The One Hundred £18.50

FEBRUARY Mon 12 Feb, 7.30pm Don Broco £20 Wed 14 Feb, 7.30pm Bowling For Soup+ The Aquabats + Army of Freshmen £25 Sat 17 Feb, 6.30pm Rebecca Ferguson £27.50 GA / £60 VIP

MARCH Fri 2 Mar, 6.30pm Everything Everything £19.50 Sat 3 Mar, 6.30pm The Overtones £25 GA / £50 VIP Thu 8 Mar, 7.30pm Feeder ‘The Best of Tour’ £27.50 Sun 25 Mar, 7pm The Wombats £21

APRIL Thu 5 Apr, 7.30pm MØ £15 Wed 25 Apr, 7.30pm Barenaked Ladies £30 MØ Thu 5 Apr

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Visit ueaticketbookings.co.uk Email boxoffice@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 508050

JANUARY Sun 28 Jan, 7pm Flyte £7 Tue 30 Jan, 7.30pm Yungblud £7 FEBRUARY Fri 2 Feb, 6.30pm The Sherlocks £13.50 Tue 6 Feb, 7.30pm Spring King £10

Wed 21 Feb, 7.30pm PIRATEFEST 2018 Featuring Alestorm + The Dread Crew Of Oddwood + Rumahoy £18.50 Sun 25 Feb, 7pm The Front Bottoms + The Smith Street Band + Brick & Mortar £17 MARCH Sat 24 Mar, 6.30pm Field Music £15 APRIL Tue 10 Apr, 7.30pm Walk The Moon £18 Wed 25 Apr, 7.30pm Akala ‘The Visions Tour’ £14

Sat 10 Feb, 6pm Alien Ant Farm + Soil + Local H £20

ALIEN ANT FARM Sat 10 Feb 10

SPRING INAUGURAL LECTURES Explore cutting-edge ideas with UEA’s newest professors All talks take place at 6.30pm in the Julian Study Centre lecture theatre at UEA and are followed by a drinks reception Free Visit uea.ac.uk/events Email events@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 592130

JANUARY Tue 16 Jan Explosions! Rocks! Rainfall! Risk! Scientist in an adventure with volcanoes Prof Jenni Barclay School of Environmental Sciences

MARCH Tue 13 Mar Probing past climates using trees and thermometers Prof Tim Osborn School of Environmental Sciences / Climatic Research Unit

Tue 30 Jan Money, mindfulness or MBAs? Making work less stressful for NHS staff Prof Kristy Sanderson School of Health Sciences

Tue 27 Mar To be or not to be? That is the question Prof Ian Charles Norwich Medical School / Quadram Institute Bioscience

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

THE WATERFRONT Gigs on King Street, Norwich

FEBRUARY Tue 13 Feb Water and war, and so much more Prof Mark Zeitoun School of International Development Tue 27 Feb How languages shape our thinking, memory and judgment: a linguistic journey into the mind Prof Luna Filipovic School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies Photo credit: ©Dimitry 11


LECTURES AND SEMINARS

All lectures take place in Thomas Paine Study Centre at 6.30-7.45pm Free Email artsandhumanitiesevents@uea.ac.uk

Thu 18 Jan Britain’s global pasts Prof Anthony Howe, Prof Geoffrey Hicks, Dr Thomas Roebuck and Dr William Rossiter Thu 8 Feb Britain’s global role Ben Donaldson Head of Campaigns, United Nations Association – UK (London)

Thur 15 Feb Gender and intersectionality in global Britain Dr Helen Warner, Dr Francisco Costa and Dr Victoria Cann Thu 19 Apr Britain on film: national cinema in a global context Dr Helen Warner, Dr Francisco Costa and Dr Victoria Cann Thur 10 May Communication in global Britain: the language gap Prof Steven Vertovec Director, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Ethnic and Religious Diversity, Göttingen, Germany

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

Thu 8 Mar Kindness in the community 12

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 50-minute lecture followed by refreshments Free, booking essential Thu 18 Jan Perceptions of the arrival of Buddhism in Japan Dr Simon Kaner Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Art and Cultures, and UEA Thu 15 Feb Reverence, curiosity and taboo: visual representations of the Meiji Emperor Dr Jun Shioya Tokyo Research Institute for Cultural Properties

KESWICK HALL LECTURES

Thu 1 Mar Kindness in education

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

Thu 15 Mar Kindness in public life

Thu 15 Mar After the tsunami: Japanese contemporary art since 2011 Prof Adrian Favell University of Leeds Thu 19 Apr The modern Yayoi: Kusama Yayoi and Alice in Wonderland Dr Amanda Kennell Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

GLOBAL BRITAIN: BEYOND BREXIT

POLITICAL LECTURES Fri 23 Feb, 7pm (doors 6.30pm) John Garrett memorial lecture 2018 Must “the poor always be with us?” Pat Hollis Thomas Paine Study Centre Free Sat 3 Mar, 9am-5pm History for all: political activism in the past The Forum, Millennium Plain, Norwich Free, booking essential Email politicsevents@uea.ac.uk

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LECTURES AND SEMINARS

All lectures take place in Lecture Theatre 3, 1.10–2pm Free Visit uea.ac.uk/lcs/events Email l.yulita@uea.ac.uk

FEBRUARY Thu 1 Feb Languages and communication at work: what you need for the world of employment Alumni panel discussion Thu 15 Feb Speaking to a global future: Brexit and beyond Bernardette Holmes Director of Speak to the Future, the national campaign for languages MARCH Thu 8 Mar Dance and fitness in an aging society: heritage management, art generation, intercultural communication and health Stephanie Houghton Saga University, Japan

PHILOSOPHY LECTURES

RESEARCH SEMINARS

All lectures take place in Thomas Paine Study Centre Lecture Theatre, 6.15pm

The School of Education and Lifelong Learning presents a series of research seminars from key speakers in the field of education. All events take place from 5.30–7pm

Free

Free, booking essential

Email philosophyevents@uea.ac.uk

Email edu.support@uea.ac.uk Follow #EDUresearch

JANUARY Tue 16 Jan Where one should find hope, in the face of a deteriorating climate Dr John Foster Lancaster University Tue 30 Jan Are robots going to supplant humanity? Dr Gareth Jones, Dr Rupert Read and Ryan Dawson FEBRUARY Tue 13 Feb It’s already eternal Treblinka for animals Prof Gary Francione Tue 27 Feb This civilisation is finished Dr Rupert Read and Deepak Rughani Biofuelwatch founder MARCH Tue 13 Mar That we carry on like this IS the catastrophe Chris Hedges Pulitzer Prize winning former New York Times journalist

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Wed 21 Feb Multimodality and researching touch Professor Carey Jewitt Professor of Learning and Technology, Director of the London Knowledge Lab, University College London Thomas Paine Study Centre, room 2.03 Wed 14 Mar The new political arithmetic of poverty Professor Stephen Gorard Professor of Education and Public Policy, and Fellow of the Wolfson Research Institute at Durham University Julian Study Centre, room 2.02

Wed 2 May Gender, language and discourse: an overview Dr Lia Litosseliti Senior Lecturer in Linguistics, and past President of the International Gender and Language Association Thomas Paine Study Centre, room 2.03

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LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION LECTURES

Wed 14 Mar, 5.30–9pm Lovewell Blake agriculture seminar Event highlighting key challenges and barriers facing agriculture, with opening presentation from Lovewell Blake and responses from UEA academics. Topics and speakers to be announced. The Enterprise Centre, UEA Visit www.lovewell-blake.co.uk/events

Thu 15 Mar, 6.30pm (doors open 6pm) Annual digital humanities lecture Dr Elena Pierazzo Professor of Italian Studies and Digital Humanities from the Université Grenoble-Alpes Julian Study Centre, room 3.02 Free 15


LECTURES AND SEMINARS

Please note that this season’s events will be held at the Millennium Library in The Forum, Norwich, while Dragon Hall undergoes renovation to open as the National Centre for Writing in summer 2018. All events take place from 7-9pm Free, booking essential Visit uea.ac.uk/events Email events@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 592130

Mon 22 Jan Should we edit genes? Mon 26 Feb A new age of anxiety? Mon 23 Apr Who’s afraid of populism?

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GREEN FILM FESTIVAL@UEA NORWICH PSYCHOLOGY MEETUP A social/discussion group that meets in Norwich city centre once a month, with a focus on psychology. See the website for venues and full details. All events take place from 7-9pm £1 Visit meetup.com/Norwich-PsychologyMeetup

Tue 9 Jan The psychology of great conversation Tue 20 Feb The psychology of money: does money change the way we think and behave? Tue 13 Mar The psychology of life after stroke: a discussion on Aphasia and well-being Tue 17 Apr What is geographical psychology? Are psychological phenomena geographically clustered?

Film screenings and talks as part of the national Green Film Festival All events take place in the Lecture Theatre, Enterprise Centre, UEA Free, booking opens March 2018 Visit uea.ac.uk/about/sustainability Email c.cornea@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 592873 Follow @UKGreenFilmsUEA

Thu 3 May, 7.30–9.30pm Thank You for the Rain Documentary following the efforts of Kisilu, a Kenyan farmer. Five years ago Kisilu started to use his camera to capture the life of his family, his village and the effects of climate change

Sat 5 May, 4–5.30pm Evolution of Organic From filmmaker Mark Kitchell (Berkeley in the Sixties, A Fierce Green Fire) comes this new documentary about the story of organic agriculture, told by those who built the movement

Fri 4 May, 7.30–9.15pm Dusk Chorus Documentary based on the project “Fragments of Extinction”. The film follows the eco-acoustic composer David Monacchi in his quest to record 24-hour continuous 3D soundscapes in the forests of the Amazon in Ecuador

Sat 5 May, 6.45–9.30pm Okja Accompanied by a fascinating introductory talk from Prof Claire Parkinson (Director of Centre for Human/Animal Studies), Okja is a captivating action-adventure film with a hard-hitting message

FILM SCREENINGS

DRAGON HALL DEBATES UEA and Writers’ Centre Norwich bring you a series of sparky debates on contemporary controversies. These events are open to everyone and no prior subject knowledge is necessary. There will be plenty of opportunities for questions and guests are warmly encouraged to join the discussion.

Sat 5 May, 1–3.15pm Tomorrow Climate is changing. Instead of showing all the worst that can happen, this documentary focuses on the people suggesting solutions and their actions. Filmmakers Mélanie Laurent and Cyril Dion travel worldwide to investigate concrete solutions to environmental and social challenges

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FILM SCREENINGS

EUROPEAN CINEMA A selection of European films, hosted by UEA’s Language and Communications department

Tue 13 Mar Repentance Georgian—Russian Tengiz Abuladze, 1984

All screenings take place in Arts 01.02 at UEA at 5pm Free Email v.koutrakou@uea.ac.uk

JANUARY Tue 16 Jan Dr Strangelove US/UK, Stanley Kubrick 1964 Tue 30 Jan Pot Luck – L’Auberge Espagnole French-Spanish, Cedric Klapisch 2002 FEBRUARY Tue 6 Feb The Experiment German, Oliver Hirshbiegel 2002 Tue 13 Feb 72 Days Croatian, Danilo Šerbedžija 2010 Tue 20 Feb Macondo Austrian, Sudabeh Mortezai 2014

APRIL Tue 17 Apr One Day in September UK, Kevin MacDonald 1999 Tue 24 Apr After The End of the World Bulgarian, Ivan Nitchev 2011 MAY Tue 1 May Highway to Hellas German, Aron Lehmann 2015 Tue 8 May A Hijacking Danish, Tobias Lindholm 2013

POLITICAL CINEMA Screening and discussion about political film, hosted by UEA’s Language and Communications department All events take place in Arts 01.02 at UEA at 6.30pm Free Email hazel.marsh@uea.ac.uk

MARCH Tue 6 Mar The 1000 Euro Generation Italian, Massimo Venier 2009

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Mon 22 Jan Chocolate of Peace Gwen Burnyeat and Pablo Mejía Trujillo

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ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

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 14 Oct 2017 – Sun 11 Feb 2018 Russia Season: Royal Fabergé and Radical Russia To mark the anniversary of the Russian Revolution, the Sainsbury Centre is staging the Russia Season, contrasting Russian art and life, before and after the Revolution £12/£10.50/free for members

Sat 18 Nov 2017 – Tue 3 Apr 2018 Roger Law: from satire to ceramics Renowned for co-creating the hit 1980s and 1990s television series Spitting Image with Peter Fluck, Roger Law has been a seminal British artist and cultural commentator for the last four decades. He has subsequently become a major ceramic artist £7/£6/free for members

JANUARY Thu 25 Jan, 6–7pm Fabergé’s animals: miniature menagerie of grandeur Caroline de Guitaut Sainsbury Centre lecture theatre £8/£6 concessions Pre-booked tickets only FEBRUARY Thu 1 Feb, 6–7.30pm In conversation: Roger Law and Prof Paul Greenhalgh Sainsbury Centre lecture theatre £8/£6 concessions Pre-booked tickets only

MARCH Thu 1 Mar, 6–7pm In conversation: Roger Law and Anthony Wall Join Roger Law and award-winning documentary film-maker, and Arena series editor, Antony Wall, as they reflect on three decades of working together Sainsbury Centre lecture theatre £8/£6 concessions Pre-booked tickets only Tue 27 Mar, 4–8pm Teachers’ evening £5 to include refreshments on arrival and supper Booking essential

Thu 22 Feb, 1.15–1.45pm Lunchtime talk with Jo Poppleton Join Jo Poppleton, Senior Lecturer in Literature at UEA for a lunchtime talk in exploring satire in the work of Roger Law Meet at gallery reception Free with exhibition ticket

Sat 24 Mar – Sun 2 Sep

SUPERSTRUCTURES: the new architecture 1960-90 2018 is the 40th anniversary year of the opening of the Sainsbury Centre, the first public building designed by Sir Norman Foster. To celebrate, an exhibition of innovative architecture will open in March, accompanied by a major new book

SPECIAL EVENTS Running alongside the major exhibitions

ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

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

Photo credit: ©Andy Crouch

Ticket prices TBC Right: Mrs T-pot and the Reagan coffee pot: Spitting Image workshop 20

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ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

Tuesday to Sunday, 11am* and 2pm* Daily guided tours of the Sainsbury Collection Meet at gallery reception Free * 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 Booking essential Email lisa.hawkins-weeks@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 591033

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

Tue 23 Jan, 6, 20 Feb, 6 Mar and 17 Apr, 4.30–6.30pm Young associates Sainsbury Centre Studio Free Email n.croose-myhill@uea.ac.uk

Tuesday to Friday, 3pm* Tours of The Russia Season 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

Wed 10, 17, 24, 31 Jan, 7, 21, 28 Feb and 7 Mar, 4.30–6.30pm Portfolio Sainsbury Centre Studio £8/£6 concessions, booking essential. Free bursary places are available for eligible students. Participants under 25 years old may also work towards an Arts Award qualification

LAST FRIDAY: ART FOR LUNCH

Visit scva.ac.uk/whatson/workshops Email scva@uea.ac.uk

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

Wed 17, 24, 31 Jan, 7, 14, 28 Feb and 7, 14, 21, 28 Mar, 2–4.30pm Fictional narratives – a creative writing course Tutor: Patricia Mullin Sainsbury Centre Living Area Gallery £160/£120 concessions for all 10 sessions. Booking essential and early booking is strongly advised Wed 28 Feb, 7, 14, 21 Mar, 10.15am–12.15pm Artists and ethnographic objects: exhibition histories 1948-78 Tutor: Dr Lisa Maddigan Newby Meet at gallery reception £32/£24 concessions

ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

TALKS AND TOURS

Fri 26 Jan Thinking about Frink Fri 23 Feb Leonora Carrington

Leonora Carrington, The Old Maids. UEA 27.

Fri 23 Mar Portraits of the Sainsburys Fri 27 Apr David Bomberg and Henri Gaudier-Brzeska: two young radicals

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ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

Wed, 9.30–11am Stay & play The Sainsbury Centre learning team is excited to be starting a new series of drawing activities at Earlham Early Years Centre for parents/ carers and their under-5s. The sessions will take place weekly and will show parents ways to support their children’s mark-making. 168a Motum Road, NR5 8EG Visit earlhamearlyyearscentre.wordpress. com/childrens-centre/activity-timetable

Fri 19 Jan, 16 Feb, 16 Mar, 20 Apr, 10.15–11.45am Mini studio Education Studio £8/£6 concessions / free for accompanying adults Booking essential

Mark making activities for the under-5s at a Stay & Play session last November. Photo Credit: Lawrence Bradby

CHILDREN’S HOLIDAY STUDIOS Sun 7 Jan, 4 Feb, 4 Mar, 1 Apr, 2–4pm Sunday studio Free Booking not required, drop-in Sat 13, 20, 27 Jan, 3, 10, 17, 24 Feb and 3, 10, 17, 24 Mar, 10.30–11.15am Story pot Come and cook up a story in the gallery. Working as a group, choose a few artworks, and put ‘em in the pot along with your ideas for what makes a good tale Free Booking: places allocated on arrival. Places are limited: arrive early to avoid disappointment. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

£18/£14 concessions, includes materials Booking essential

Tue 13 Feb For children aged 5–8 (parents or carers are welcome to stay) Workshop theme: Changing Faces Artist: Annie Brundrit Wed 14 Feb For children aged 8–12 Workshop theme: Changing Faces Artist: Annie Brundrit Family gallery tours During school holidays, join our Guides for family-friendly tours of the gallery. Ask at gallery reception for availability and times Free, drop in anytime

Suitcase travellers during school holidays Please ask at gallery reception for information on arrival £1 suggested donation Booking not required, drop in any time Booklets and trails Please ask at gallery reception for information on arrival. £1 suggested donation Booking not required, drop in any time We offer activities for families to do together in the galleries available from gallery reception. Download scva.ac.uk/education-research/ resources

ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

FAMILIES AND CHILDREN

Mini-studio run by Kate Munro Photo Credit: Katherine Mager

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DIRECTIONS

OPEN DAY EVENTS

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

OPEN DAYS A chance to find out about UEA, your subject of interest, entry requirements and take a tour of our campus, including visiting accommodation.

For directions to and around campus

MINI OPEN DAYS Another opportunity to find out more about UEA and chat to current students, admissions and academic staff. CAMPUS TOURS Take a tour of campus including accommodation when available. Tours run throughout the year.

Visit uea.ac.uk/about/visiting-staying WHAT’S ON MAILING LIST 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 Visit uea.ac.uk/events/sign-up 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

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

VISIT US

ENRICHMENT EVENTS TASTER DAYS Fully immerse yourself in a specific subject and find out more about courses available at UEA. CONFERENCES Select the academic sessions you want to attend and find out more about studying at university. AFTERNOON WITH AN ACADEMIC Attend an hour lecture in a range of subjects. Add on an optional campus tour. SUMMER SCHOOLS Fantastic opportunity to experience student life, staying in campus accommodation and attending academic sessions. Our Summer Schools include Chemistry and Pharmacy, History, Law, Literature and Health.

Find out more at www.uea.ac.uk/visit

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Sat 18 Nov – Tue 3 Apr

Art: Roger Law: from satire to ceramics

Sat 24 Mar – Sun 2 Sep Art: SUPERSTRUCTURES: the new architecture 1960–90

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Fri 2 Feb

Gig: The Sherlocks

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Sat 3, 10, 17, 24 Feb

Art: Story pot

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Sun 4 Feb

Art: Sunday studio

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Tue 6, 20 Feb

Art: Young associates

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Tue 6 Feb

Film: The Experiment

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Tue 6 Feb

Gig: Spring King

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JANUARY Sun 7 Jan

Art: Sunday studio

Tue 9 Jan

Meetup: The psychology of great conversation

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Wed 7, 21, 28 Feb

Art: Portfolio

Wed 10, 17, 24, 31 Jan

Art: Portfolio

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Wed 7 Feb

Concert: UEA Music Centre lunchtime concert

Sat 13, 20, 27 Jan

Art: Story pot

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Wed 7 Feb

Workshop: Translating style

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Tue 16 Jan

Film: Dr Strangelove

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Thu 8 Feb

Lecture: Britain’s global role

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Tue 16 Jan

Meet-up: The psychology of greatness

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Sat 10 Feb

Gig: Alien Ant Farm + Soil + Local H

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Tue 16 Jan

Lecture: Explosions! Rocks! Rainfall! Risk!

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Mon 12 Feb

Gig: Don Broco

Tue 16 Jan

Lecture: Where one should find hope, in the face of a deteriorating climate 14

Tue 13 Feb

Film: 72 Days

Wed 17 Jan

Workshop: How to write a reader’s report

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Tue 13 Feb

Lecture: Water and war, and so much more

Wed 17 Jan

Course: Fictional narratives

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Tue 13 Feb

Workshop: Children’s holiday studio

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Thu 18 Jan

Lecture: Perceptions of the arrival of Buddhism in Japan

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Tue 13 Feb

Lecture: It’s already eternal Treblinka for animals

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Thu 18 Jan

Lecture: Britain’s global pasts

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Fri 19 Jan

Art: Mini studio

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Wed 14 Feb

Literature: Stephen Fry

Mon 22 Jan

Debate: Should we edit genes?

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Wed 14 Feb

Workshop: Children’s holiday studio

Mon 22 Jan

Film: Chocolate of Peace

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Wed 14 Feb

Gig: Bowling for Soup + The Aquabats + Army of Freshmen

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Tue 23 Jan

Art: Young associates

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Thu 15 Feb

Lecture: Reverence, curiosity and taboo

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Tue 23 Jan

Film: Antonia’s Line

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Thu 15 Feb

Lecture: Gender and intersectionality in global Britain

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Wed 24 Jan

Workshop: Reader’s report clinic

Thu 15 Feb

Lecture: Speaking to a global future – Brexit and beyond

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Thu 25 Jan

Talk: Faberge’s animals

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Thu 15 Feb

Literature: Joe Dunthorne

Thu 25 Jan

Literature: Eleanor Wasserberg and Rebecca Stott

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Fri 16 Feb

Art: Mini studio

Thu 25, 26 and 27 Jan

Drama: No Exit

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Sat 17 Feb

Gig: Rebecca Ferguson

Fri 26 Jan

Talk: Thinking about Frink

Tue 20 Feb

Film: Macondo

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Sat 27 Jan

Gig: Hollywood Undead + The One Hundred

Tue 20 Feb

Meetup: The psychology of money

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Sun 28 Jan

Gig: Flyte

Wed 21 Feb

Literature: Sarah Hall

Tue 30 Jan

Lecture: Money, mindfulness or MBAs?

Wed 21 Feb

Gig: PIRATEFEST 2018

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Tue 30 Jan

Gig: Yungblud

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Wed 21 Feb

Seminar: Multimodality and researching touch

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Tue 30 Jan

Film: Pot Luck – L’Auberge Espagnole

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Thu 22 Feb

Talk: Jo Poppleton

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Tue 30 Jan

Lecture: Are robots going to supplant humanity?

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Thu 22, 23 and 24 Feb

Drama: Cabaret: a night at the musicals

Wed 31 Jan

Workshop: Translating Harry Potter

Fri 23 Feb

Talk: Leonora Carrington

Fri 23 Feb

Lecture: John Garrett memorial lecture

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Sun 25 Feb

Gig: The Front Bottoms + The Smith Street Band + Brick & Mortar

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Mon 26 Feb

Debate: A new age of anxiety?

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Tue 27 Feb

Lecture: How languages shape our thinking, memory and judgement

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Tue 27 Feb

Lecture: This civilisation is finished

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FEBRUARY

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Thu 1 Feb

In conversation: Roger Law and Prof Paul Greenhalgh

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Thu 1 Feb

Lecture: Languages and communication at work

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Thu 1, 2 and 3 Feb

Drama: Release

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WHAT’S ON

Sat 14 Oct – Sun 11 Feb Art: Russia season: Royal Faberge and Radical Russia

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WHAT’S ON

Literature: Caryl Phillips and Margaret Drabble

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Sun 25 Mar

Gig: The Wombats

8

Wed 28 Feb

Workshop: How to introduce a writer

5

Tue 27 Mar

Lecture: To be or not to be? That is the question

11

Wed 28 Feb

Course: Artists and ethnographic objects

23

Tue 27 Mar

Workshop: Teacher’s evening

21

Thu 1 Mar

Lecture: Kindness in education

12

Sun 1 Apr

Art: Sunday studio

24

Thu 1 Mar

In conversation: Roger Law and Anthony Wall

21

Thu 5 Apr

Gig: MØ

Fri 2 Mar

Gig: Everything Everything

8

Tue 10 Apr

Gig: Walk the Moon

10 23

APRIL

MARCH

WHAT’S ON

30

Wed 28 Feb

8

Sat 3, 10, 17, 24 Mar

Art: Story pot

24

Tue 17 Apr

Art: Young associates

Sat 3 Mar

Lecture: History for all

13

Tue 17 Apr

Meetup: What is geographical psychology?

16

Sat 3 Mar

Gig: The Overtones

8

Tue 17 Apr

Film: One Day in September

18

Sun 4 Mar

Art: Sunday studio

24

Wed 18 Apr

Panel discussion: Publishing translations

Tue 6 Mar

Art: Young associates

23

Thu 19 Apr

Lecture: The modern Yayoi

Tue 6 Mar

Film: The 1000 Euro Generation

18

Thu 19 Apr

Lecture: Britain on film

12

Wed 7 Mar

Literature: Jon McGregor

3

Fri 20 Apr

Art: Mini studio

24

Wed 7 Mar

Art: Portfolio

23

Mon 23 Apr

Debate: Who’s afraid of populism?

16

Wed 7 Mar

Workshop: Writer-translator collaboration

5

Tue 24 Apr

Film: After The End of the World

18

Wed 7 Mar

Concert: UEA Music Centre Lunchtime concert

6

Wed 25 Apr

Literature: Jesmyn Ward

3

Wed 7 Mar

Drama: The Hostage

7

Wed 25 Apr

Gig: Barenaked Ladies

8

Thu 8 Mar

Lecture: Dance and fitness in an aging society

14

Wed 25 Apr

Gig: Akala ‘The Visions Tour’

10

Thu 8 Mar

Lecture: Kindness in the community

12

Fri 27 Apr

Talk: David Bomberg and Henry Gaudier-Brzeska

22

Thu 8 Mar

Gig: Feeder ‘The Best of Tour’

8

Sat 28 Apr

Concert: UEA Choir: Rossini Petite Messe Solennelle

Thu 8 Mar

Literature: Joanna Walsh, Sophie Collins and Naomi Wood

4

Fri 9 Mar

Concert: UEA Symphony Orchestra: Northern lights

6

MAY

Sun 11 Mar

Concert: UEA Chamber Choir: Orpheus Britannicus

6

Tue 1 May

Film: Highway to Hellas

Tue 13 Mar

Film: Repentance

18

Wed 2 May

Literature: Madeline Miller

Tue 13 Mar

Meetup: The psychology of life after stroke

16

Wed 2 May

Seminar: Gender, language and discourse

Tue 13 Mar

Lecture: That we carry on like this IS the catastrophe

14

Wed 2 May

Concert: UEA Music Centre Lunchtime concert

6

Tue 13 Mar

Lecture: Probing past climates using trees and thermometers

11

Thu 3 May

Film: Thank You for the Rain

17

Wed 14 Mar

Seminar: Lovewell Blake agriculture seminar

15

Thu 3 May

Literature: Imogen Hermes Gowar and Rachel Hore

4

Wed 14 Mar

Seminar: The new political arithmetic of poverty

15

Fri 4 May

Film: Dusk Chorus

17

Wed 14 and Sat 17 Mar

Drama: Knock

7

Sat 5 May

Film: Tomorrow

17

Thu 15 Mar

Seminar: Annual digital humanities lecture

15

Sat 5 May

Film: Evolution of Organic

17

Thu 15 Mar

Lecture: After the tsunami

13

Sat 5 May

Film: Okja

17

Thu 15 Mar

Lecture: Kindness in public life

12

Tue 8 May

Film: A Hijacking

18

Fri 16 Mar

Art: Mini studio

24

Wed 9 May

Literature: Christie Watson

Fri 23 Mar

Talk: Portraits of the Sainsburys

22

Thu 10 May

Lecture: Communication in global Britain

Sat 24 Mar

Gig: Field Music

10

Wed 16 May

Literature: Emma Healy

5 13

6

18 3 15

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REBECCA FERGUSON Nick Rayns LCR Sat 17 Feb

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