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University of East Anglia What’s On Autumn 2014 LITERATURE GIGS DRAMA CONCERTS LECTURES FILM ART


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What’s On lists a range of public events happening in and around the University of East Anglia, from gigs through to lectures, exhibitions and family activities. Take a look at our events calendar in the back pages, and don’t forget to sign up for our monthly e-newsletter by emailing events@uea.ac.uk or calling 01603 592130. If you’re on Twitter, follow @UEAEvents to stay up to date and for notice of any changes to this season’s programme.

04_Literature 08_Gigs 12_Drama 13_Concerts and music events 15_Café Conversations 16_Lectures 22_Film screenings 24_Art events and exhibitions 28_Additional information 29_Events calendar


Literature_Autumn Literary Festival The University of East Anglia’s Literary Festival regularly welcomes award-winning authors, journalists, scientists, broadcasters and more to campus. For more information visit www.uea.ac.uk/litfest, email literaryevents@uea.ac.uk or follow @UEALitFest on Twitter. All events take place at 7pm in Lecture Theatre 1 on campus at UEA Tickets for UEA’s Autumn Literary Festival cost £7 per event (no concessions) or £49 for a season ticket (£42 concessions). To book tickets call 01603 508050 or visit www.ueaticketbookings.co.uk

OCTOBER

NOVEMBER

Wed 8 October

Wed 5 November

Stephen Fry

Jane Smiley

Wed 15 October

Wed 12 November

Tash Aw

Eimear McBride and Margaret Drabble

Wed 22 October

Tue 18 November

Ian McEwan

Lawrence Norfolk and David Vann

Mon 27 October

Wed 26 November

Bernard Cornwall

Richard Holmes

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Literature_UEA Live UEA Live presents a series of readings in the heart of Norwich, showcasing the past, present and future of the University's writing talent. All headline authors will be supported by students from across the current UEA creative writing programmes. The series is held in conjunction with Writers’ Centre Norwich. For more information email Philip Langeskov at p.langeskov@uea.ac.uk All events take place at 7.15pm in CafÊ Bar Marzano, The Forum, Norwich Attendance is free and open to all

OCTOBER

NOVEMBER

Thu 2 October

Thu 27 November

Emma Healey

Emily Berry

Thu 30 October

Jonathan Gibbs

DECEMBER Thu 11 December

Tash Aw

Tue 14th October 7pm UEA Drama Studio, Norwich

Wed 22nd October 7pm London Review Bookshop, 14 Bury Place, London

Launch of the UEA MA Creative Writing Anthologies 2014 All are welcome to attend the London and Norwich launches of the UEA MA Creative Writing Anthologies 2014, which feature work from this year's graduating students. Listen to readings over a glass of wine and take a look through the Prose, Biography, Creative Nonfiction and Scriptwriting anthologies, which will be on sale at each event. Free Booking is essential E literaryevents@uea.ac.uk

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Literature_Noirwich A deadly new festival of crime writing is coming to Norwich this autumn. Noirwich Crime Writing Festival will celebrate the sharpest noir and crime fiction over five days of author events, film screenings and writing workshops. The festival is a collaboration between the University of East Anglia, Writers' Centre Norwich, the Crime Writers' Association and Waterstones. For more detailed information about event locations, or to book tickets for the festival, visit www.noirwich.co.uk or call Writers’ Centre Norwich on 01603 877177

SEPTEMBER Wed 10 September 6pm

Sat 13 September 10am - 1pm

Sat 13 September 7.30pm

A forgotten mystery: the life and works of S.T. Haymon, with Dr John Curran

A crime thriller workshop with Henry Sutton

Celebrating the Crime Writers’ Association diamond dagger, with Simon Brett and John Harvey

Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library, The Forum

Writers’ Centre Norwich, 14 Princes Street £40 (£60 with Simon Brett masterclass)

Free

Waterstones, Castle Street

Booking is essential

Sat 13 September 10.30am - 4.30pm

£6 | £4 concessions

Wed 10 September 7.30pm

The golden age of nordic noir

Sun 14 September 2.30pm

New voices, old places, with Tom Benn, Eva Dolan and Oliver Harris Waterstones, Castle Street £6 | £4 concessions

Thu 11 September 8pm

The new Hercule Poirot mystery, with Sophie Hannah and Dr John Curran Norwich Playhouse, St George’s Street £12 | £10 concessions

Fri 12 September 8pm

The skeleton road: an evening with Val McDermid Norwich Playhouse, St George’s Street £12 | £10 concessions

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Cinema City education space, St Andrew’s Street £40 | £30 concessions

Sat 13 September 2 - 5pm

A detective fiction masterclass with Simon Brett Writers’ Centre Norwich, 14 Princes Street £40 (£60 with Henry Sutton workshop)

Norwich Crime Writing Festival presents Megan Abbott Norwich Cathedral Hostry £6 | £4 concessions

Sun 14 September 5pm

The killer inside me: a Noirwich Frank’s Bar film screening Frank’s Bar, Bedford Street Free


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Gigs_The Nick Rayns LCR The Nick Rayns LCR, a Student Union run venue, is situated on campus at the University of East Anglia Doors open 7.30 - 11pm (7pm on Sundays), unless otherwise stated All gigs are for over 14s only Prices are advance (more on the door) and may be subject to a booking fee. For more information or to book tickets, call 01603 508050 or visit www.ueaticketbookings.co.uk

SEPTEMBER

NOVEMBER

DECEMBER

Thu 11 September

Fri 14 November

Wed 3 December

Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls

La Roux

Passenger

£17.50

£20 – SOLD OUT

Sat 15 November

Sun 7 December

The Levellers / The Selector

Professor Green

Doors open 6.30pm

New date – original tickets valid

£22.50

£18.50

Wed 19 November

Tue 16 December

Brit Floyd

Rival Sons

£26.50

£15

£22.50

OCTOBER Fri 3 October

Sub Focus Doors open 8 - 12pm £14 | £12

Thu 9 October

Black Veil Brides £20

Mon 20 October

Clean Bandit £15

Wed 22 October

Asking Alexandria Doors open 7pm £16.50

Thu 30 October

The Specials £40 – SOLD OUT

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Thu 20 November

Volbeat £17

Mon 24 November

UB40 £28.50

Doors open 6.30pm


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Gigs_The Waterfront The Waterfront, a Student Union run venue, is situated in King Street, Norwich Doors open 7.30 - 11pm (7pm on Sundays), unless otherwise stated All gigs are for over 14s only Prices are advance (more on the door) and may be subject to a booking fee. For more information or to book tickets, call 01603 508050 or visit www.ueaticketbookings.co.uk

SEPTEMBER Fri 12 September

Sun 28 September

Mon 20 October

Liqueur / The Joykillers

Manchester Orchestra

Kid Ink

Doors open 7pm

£16.50

Doors open 6.30 - 10pm

£14

£8

Sat 13 September

OCTOBER

Norwich Blues Festival

Tue 7 October

Doors open 2 - 10pm

Escape the Fate / Glamour of the Kill

£24

Wed 17 September

Coasts £8

Sun 21 September

Throwing Muses Doors open 7pm £20

Mon 22 September

The Horrors £16

Thu 25 September

Sophie Ellis-Bextor £20

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Fri 10 October

DragonForce Doors open 6.30 - 10pm £16

Sun 19 October

Nick Mulvey Doors open 7pm £12.50

Thu 23 October

Kids In Glass Houses / Save Your Breath £14

Sat 25 October

Klaxons Doors open 6.30 - 10pm £13.50

Wed 29 October

Jess Glynne £11.50

Thu 30 October

Little Comets £11.00


NOVEMBER Mon 10 November

Sikth £14

Wed 12 November

Diamond Head £15

Thu 27 November

Whole Lotta Led £12 | £11 Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Fri 28 November

Sabaton / Korpiklaani Doors open 6 - 10pm £16

DECEMBER Thu 11 December

Fish £22.50 The Horrors

Sat 13 December

Pout at the Devil / Walkway Doors open 6.30 - 10pm £5

Wed 17 December

Michael Schenker's Temple Of Rock £22.50

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Drama For more information email dramaevents@uea.ac.uk or follow @UEADrama on Twitter All performances take place at 7.30pm in the Drama Studio on campus at UEA Tickets cost £7, £5 (concessions), £3 (students), unless otherwise stated. To book tickets call the UEA Box Office on 01603 508050 or visit www.ueaticketbookings.co.uk

SEPTEMBER Fri 26 September

Thu 23, Fri 24 and Sat 25 October

The bricks of Burston

The Laramie project

The Stuff of Dreams Theatre Company presents a new play by Anthony Cule and Emma MacLusky

UEA Drama Society presents a play by Moisés Kaufman

£10 | £9 (concessions) | £6 (students)

Wed 29, Thu 30, Fri 31 October and Sat 1 November

OCTOBER

Disappearing friends: living with dementia

Wed 8 and Fri 10 October

The city of tears UEA's School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing presents a final production from the MA Theatre Directing

Thu 9 and Sat 11 October

The star rover UEA's School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing presents a final production from the MA Theatre Directing

Thu 16, Fri 17 and Sat 18 October

Love and money Minotaur Theatre Company presents a play by Dennis Kelly

Cast Education and UEA present a PBSK Partnership / Hostry Festival New Commission by Hamilton Wilson To book tickets visit www.hostryfestival.org or call 01603 598676

NOVEMBER Thu 6, Fri 7 and Sat 8 November

The Minotaur Shorts Festival Minotaur Theatre Company presents short plays by UEA Drama students

Thu 13, Fri 14 and Sat 15 November

Dr Faustus UEA Drama Society presents a play by Christopher Marlowe

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Concerts and music events For more information about UEA concerts or auditions email musicevents@uea.ac.uk, visit www.uea.ac.uk/music-centre, or follow @UEAConcerts on Twitter Concert tickets are available from UEA Box Office (01603 508050, www.ueaticketbookings.co.uk), Prelude Records (01603 628319), St George’s Music Shop (01603 626414), or can be purchased on the door

SEPTEMBER

NOVEMBER

Fri 26 September 2 - 6pm and Mon 29 September 2 - 6pm

Thu 13 November 7.30pm

UEA Symphony Orchestra auditions

Sibelius and Dvořák UEA Symphony Orchestra and Choir perform Sibelius’ Second Symphony and Dvořák’s Mass in D Major

Fri 26 September 11am - 6pm and Mon 29 September 6 - 7.30pm

St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich

UEA Choir auditions

£4 - £12

If you are a keen orchestral player (ABRSM Grade 6 standard or above) or a singer and are interested in joining UEA Symphony Orchestra or Choir, please come along and audition.

DECEMBER

Booking essential. To arrange an audition, please email musicevents@uea.ac.uk or phone 01603 593948

Wed 10 December 7.30pm

UEA Choir Christmas carol concert

UEA Music Centre

A feast of festive favourites

Free and open to all

St John the Baptist Roman Catholic Cathedral, Norwich £8 | £5 (concessions, UEA staff and students)

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Café Conversations Café Conversations are based on the Café Scientifique format, in which researchers share their work on topical issues with a wider audience. Feel free to drop into any of these sessions, enjoy a cup of coffee, ask questions of UEA academics and make a contribution to the kind of informal discussion that carries research forward. This series of Cafés focuses on 'Literature, culture and language'. All of the autumn Café Conversations take place at 3pm in the Courtyard Garden Centre Café, Hellesdon Hall Road, Norwich NR6 5BB Attendance is free and open to all Please check the online listings at www.uea.ac.uk/events for any updates to the schedule before making your trip

SEPTEMBER

NOVEMBER

Wed 17 September

Wed 12 November

Poetry and the possibility of speaking about the unspeakable

Elite migrant footballers and translation

Dr Cecilia Rossi

Dr Roger Baines

OCTOBER Wed 1 October

'The nearer home, the deeper'

Wed 26 November

Hearing voices Dr David Nowell-Smith

Joanne Mildenhall

DECEMBER

Wed 15 October

Wed 10 December

Paradoxes of the visible and other ways of seeing

The curious case of the dog that said 'ouah'

Dr Jacob Huntley

Alex Valente

Wed 29 October

American ghost towns Dr Malcolm McLaughlin

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Lectures_Inaugural lectures UEA prides itself on its free public lectures. Take a trip onto campus, listen to academics and researchers talking about their areas of specialism and join the debate. Celebrating the University’s newly appointed professors and their research, the inaugural lectures are free to attend and open to all. For more information call 01603 592130, email events@uea.ac.uk or visit www.uea.ac.uk/events. All inaugural lectures take place at 6.30pm in the Julian Study Centre lecture theatre, on campus at UEA Complimentary drinks and nibbles are served at the end of each lecture, giving you a chance to meet the speaker

OCTOBER

NOVEMBER

DECEMBER

Tue 14 October

Tue 11 November

Tue 9 December

You are what you eat: more than a gut feeling

Global politics: God, sex and violence

Keeping up with the plant destroyers

Prof Michael MĂźller, Norwich Medical School

Prof Lee Marsden, School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies

Prof Sophien Kamoun, School of Biological Sciences / The Sainsbury Laboratory

Tues 28 October

Drug discovery in an academic setting Prof A Ganesan, School of Pharmacy

Tue 25 November

Change in the workplace: does it work? And for whom? Prof Karina Nielsen, Norwich Business School

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What are your individual nutritional needs? Thursday 11th September An evening in the Genome Analysis Centre Wednesday 22nd October Friends of JIC Campaign Launch Monday 17th November Antibiotic Awareness Day Tuesday 2nd December Annual Lecture Attendance is FREE but places must be reserved. All events in the evening in the John Innes Conference Centre Contact Dawn Rivett Tel: 01603 450874 or email dawn.rivett@nbi.ac.uk

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Undergraduate Open Days 2014 Saturday 13 September Saturday 25 October Register online www.uea.ac.uk/openday

University of East Anglia Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2013

Explore life as it could be


Lectures_Japanese art and culture Every third Thursday of the month, the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures (SISJAC) hosts a lecture on a topic related to the art and culture of Japan. For more information call 01603 597507, email sisjac@sainsbury-institute.org or visit www.sainsbury-institute.org. Each of these events takes place at 6pm in the Weston Room at Norwich Cathedral Hostry Refreshments are served at the end of each lecture Attendance is free and open to all, however booking is essential

SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

DECEMBER

Thu 18 September

Thu 16 October

Thu 18 December

The gardens of Japan: changing through time

Buddhist wooden sculptures in the early Heian period: from a standpoint of syncretisation of Shinto with Buddhism

Japanese castles: strongholds of the samurai

Dr Jill Raggett Reader, Writtle College

Dr Stephen Turnbull Research Associate (SOAS) and Honorary Lecturer at Leeds University

Mai Sarai Senior Researcher, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo

Lectures_Toshiba lectures on Japanese art and science The SISJAC Toshiba lecture series 2014 will be given by Professor Suzuki Kazuyoshi of the National Science Museum, Tokyo. Prof Kazuyoshi will give three lectures on, 'Looking for the roots of modern Japanese science and technology in Edo-period Japan, 1615-1868'. Attendance to the lectures is free but booking is essential. Call 01603 597507 to reserve a seat.

NOVEMBER Thu 20 November 6.30pm

Wed 26 November 6.30pm

Fri 28 November 6.30pm

Aesthetics in function: nurturing craft innovation and beauty in Edo-period Japan

An eye for nature: scientific developments in Edo-period Japan

Spirit of compassion: technological progress in Edo-period Japan

Brunei Gallery Lecture Theatre, SOAS, Russell Square, London

Stevenson Lecture Theatre, The British Museum, Great Russell Street, London

Weston Room, Norwich Cathedral Hostry, Norwich

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Lectures_heritage Medievalists and Early Modernists from the University of East Anglia’s School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing are delivering public talks in Norwich for Heritage Open Days, focussing on local archives For more information on locations and event details, visit www.heritagecity.org/hods Attendance is free and open to all

SEPTEMBER Thu 11 September 11am

Sat 13 September 3pm

The Pastons and their library

The Forum: how did we read in Shakespeare's England?

Elizabeth McDonald Maids Head Hotel, Tombland

Fri 12 September 1pm

Dr Tom Roebuck The Forum, Millennium Plain

The Boleyn family bible: reading the Reformation

Sun 14 September 1 - 4pm

Dr Will Rossiter

Dr Matthew Woodcock

The Forum, Millennium Plain

The Halls, St Andrews St

Fri 12 September 5pm

The Guildhall literary day: Julian of Norwich Dr Karen Smyth Guildhall, Gaol Hill

Thu 11 and Fri 12 September 1pm - 1.45pm (repeated)

Music in film As part of Heritage Open Days, the East Anglian Film Archive (EAFA) are hosting a special screening, showcasing a selection of short film and video projections for which music is central East Anglian Film Archive, The Archive Centre, Martineau Lane, Norwich Free To book a place, visit www.heritagecity.org/hods

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Lectures_European forum A selection of guest lectures hosted by the University of East Anglia’s Centre for Research in European Studies (CREST). For more information email Dr Vassiliki Koutrakou at v.koutrakou@uea.ac.uk All European forum lectures take place at 5.30pm in the Thomas Paine Study Centre lecture theatre on campus at UEA Free and open to all Please check the online listings at www.uea.ac.uk/events for any updates to the schedule before making your trip

SEPTEMBER

NOVEMBER

Thu 25 September

Thu 6 November

Spain, Europe and the financial crisis

Lobbying in Europe

Dr Diego Varela, University of A Coruña

Paul Nixon and Paul Shotton, University of The Hague

OCTOBER Thu 9 October

Multiculturalism and foreign policy in Europe: diverging patterns

Thu 13 November

(EU) citizenship and semiotics: representing the state and the citizen in Europe Dr Giulio Pagani, University of East Anglia

Prof Christopher Hill, University of Cambridge

DECEMBER Thu 4 December

Putin’s challenge and challenges to Putin Prof Richard Sakwa, University of Kent at Canterbury

Mon 6 October 7pm

A film screening about the work of the Palestine Trauma Centre Dr Mohamed Altawil, founder and director of the Palestine Trauma Centre will lead a discussion and take questions after the screening Arts building, room 01.02, UEA Free E hazel.marsh@uea.ac.uk

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Film screenings_European political cinema The University of East Anglia’s Centre for Research in European Studies (CREST) presents a series of European film screenings, subtitled in English. For more information email Dr Vassiliki Koutrakou at v.koutrakou@uea.ac.uk All screenings take place at 5pm in the Arts building, room 3.02, on campus at UEA Free, age restrictions apply

SEPTEMBER

NOVEMBER

Tue 23 September

Tue 4 November

Yesterday never ends (15)

A touch of spice (PG)

Spanish

Greek

Tue 30 September

Tue 11 November

The black book (15)

The empire of the wolves (15)

Dutch

French

OCTOBER

Tue 18 November

Tue 7 October

Goodbye Lenin (15) German

Tue 14 October

Burnt by the sun (15) Russian

Tue 21 October

No man’s land (15) Bosnian

Tue 28 October

Carlos the Jackal (15) French

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What a mess (unrated) Russian

Tue 25 November

Brothers (15) Danish

DECEMBER Tue 2 December

California dreamin’ (15) Romanian

Tue 9 December

The 1000 euro generation (18) Italian


Film screenings_Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts is hosting a season of films at Cinema City, inspired by the exhibition REALITY: modern and contemporary British painting. Each screening will be introduced by film expert, Chris Rodden. All screenings take place at 8.30pm at Cinema City, St Andrews Street, Norwich, NR2 4AD Tickets cost ÂŁ7.50 (ÂŁ5.50 Cinema City members and Sainsbury Centre Friends). To book tickets call Cinema City on 0871 902 5724 or visit www.picturehouses.co.uk

OCTOBER

NOVEMBER

DECEMBER

Mon 6 October

Mon 3 November

Mon 1 December

Loneliness of the long distance runner (12)

Performance (18)

Dirty pretty things (15)

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Art events and exhibitions_special exhibitions The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts is a world class art gallery and museum located on campus at the University of East Anglia. A selection of upcoming Sainsbury Centre events are listed over the next few pages. For the full autumn programme call 01603 593199, email scva@uea.ac.uk or visit www.scva.ac.uk Opening times: Tuesday to Friday 10am - 6pm, Saturday and Sunday 10am - 5pm All art events and exhibitions take place at the Sainsbury Centre, unless otherwise stated

On display until 29 March 2015

21 October 2014 - 1 February 2015

Henri Matisse sculpture: the backs

Points of departure: photography of African migrations

Four monumental relief sculptures by Henri Matisse Free

A photography exhibition looking at the transatlantic slave trade and contemporary migration from West Africa

On display until 14 December 2014

Free

Sense and sensuality 1890-1914 A major exhibition exploring the darker, sensuous side of Art Nouveau

21 October 2014 - 1 February 2015

Crossroads of empires: archaeology in West Africa

£8 | £6 (combined ticket - allows access to all exhibitions)

27 September 2014 - 1 March 2015

REALITY: modern and contemporary British painting

A UEA research project exploring West Africa’s past over the last 1000 years Free

A major exhibition celebrating the strength of British painting £8 | £6 (combined ticket - allows access to all exhibitions)

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Art events and exhibitions_families and children Creative arts and crafts activities for the whole family to enjoy

First Sunday of every month 2 - 4pm (7 Sep, 5 Oct, 2 Nov, 7 Dec)

Thursday 30 October 10.30am - 12.30pm and 1.30 - 3.30pm

Every third Friday of the month 10.15 - 11.45am (19 Sep, 17 Oct, 21 Nov, 19 Dec)

Sunday studio

Big draw

Mini-studio

Family friendly, artist-led creative activities, inspired by objects in the Robert and Lisa Sainsbury collection

A drop-in, costumed life drawing workshop inspired by the exhibition Monument: aftermath of war and conflict

Creative play for pre-school children

Sainsbury Centre education studio

All ages and abilities welcome

Free, donations welcome

Drawing materials provided

Sainsbury Centre education studio £8 | £6 | Free for accompanying adults Booking essential

Free, drop in

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Art events and exhibitions_talks and tours Gain a new perspective and extra insight into the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts’ collections and exhibitions Unless otherwise stated, meet at the Sainsbury Centre reception

Tuesday to Friday 2.15pm, Saturdays and Sundays 11.15am and 2.15pm

Introductory tours of the Robert and Lisa Sainsbury collection Join an experienced guide for a tour of the Sainsbury Centre permanent collection Tours last approximately 45 minutes

Last Friday of each month 1.15 - 1.45pm

First Sunday of every month 2 - 4pm

Art for lunch

Study afternoons

Fri 26 September

Explore the Robert and Lisa Sainsbury collection with Sainsbury Centre guides

The sacred and the sensuous: Indian metal sculpture from antiquity to now

Sun 7 September

Wilson Graham

A taste of Japan

Fri 31 October

Free

Sun 5 October

Indian paintings in the SCVA

Thursdays 1.15 - 1.45pm (23 Oct, 20 Nov)

Margaret Willey

Looking at Buddhism through the Sainsbury collection

Fri 28 November

Sun 2 November

Twentieth century sculpture at the edge

Africa

Lunchtime talks Free

Sun 14 September 2pm

Heritage open days: Sainsbury Centre behind the scenes tour Take part in a special, 40-minute tour of the Sainsbury Centre. See behind the scenes and explore areas of the building not usually open to the public Free Booking advised, spaces limited

Tue 4 November 3pm

Searching for West Africa: library finds An opportunity to discover some of the Sainsbury Centre’s library holdings, within the context of the exhibition Crossroads of empires: archaeology in West Africa Free Booking advised, spaces limited

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Rod Spokes Free

Sun 7 December

Matisse backs and the Robert and Lisa Sainsbury collection £6 | £4 Booking is advised, spaces limited Suitable for over 16s


Art events and exhibitions_artists and ideas Practical workshops for adults and young people These workshops take place during University term time (23 September 2014 - 13 December 2014)

Sat 15 and Sun 16 November 10.30am - 4.30pm

Masterclass weekend

Wednesdays during term time (from 17 September) 4.30 - 6.30pm

ArtsLab workshops

Join artist and curator of REALITY: modern and contemporary British painting, Chris Stevens for a masterclass weekend focussing on painting Some previous knowledge of artistic techniques is required Sainsbury Centre education studio

A chance to learn new artistic techniques Sainsbury Centre education studio Booking essential £8 | £6 (concessions)

Free, booking essential

Alternate Tuesdays during term time (from 21 October) 4.30 - 6.30pm

Young associates A group which meets to develop creative ideas and visual arts projects For more information or if you are interested in joining contact Nell Croose Myhill at n.croose-myhill@uea.ac.uk Sainsbury Centre education studio

Wednesdays during term time (from 1 October) 2 - 4.30pm

Fictional realities A ten week creative writing course with author, Patricia Mullen inspired by the exhibition REALITY: modern and contemporary British painting Sainsbury Centre living area gallery Booking essential £120 for all 10 sessions

No booking required Free and open to ages 15 - 25

Art events and exhibitions_school holidays The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts runs a range of family activities during the school holidays October Half-term Saturday 25 October - Sunday 2 November

During school holidays 11am - 4pm

Object in focus Treasure hunts and creative activities inspired by objects in the Sainsbury Centre’s permanent collections

During school holidays

Family gallery tours Ask at reception for availability and times Free, drop in

Ask at reception for details on arrival Booking not required, drop in £1 suggested donation

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Additional information How to get to UEA By bus: buses 25 and 25A run from Norwich train station, Castle Meadow and St Stephen’s Street in the city centre, to the University

By car: follow the ring road to Earlham Road (B1108) where you will see signs to the University. Please note that parking on campus is limited

Park and ride: Costessey Park & Ride Konect Bus Service 604 serves UEA campus every twenty minutes, Monday to Friday throughout the year. Travel time between Costessey and the main campus is just 10 minutes. For more information visit www.norfolk.gov.uk

For directions around the University and information about access routes, take a look at our campus map: www.uea.ac.uk/about/visiting-staying/ campus-map

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What’s On_Calendar 04_Literature 08_Gigs 12_Drama 13_Concerts and music events 15_Café Conversations 16_Lectures 22_Film screenings 24_Art events and exhibitions

Until 14 December Until 29 March 2015

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Sunday Studio Study afternoons: A taste of Japan A forgotten mystery: the life and works of S.T. Haymon with Dr John Curran New voices, old places with Tom Benn, Eva Dolan and Oliver Harris The new Hercule Poirot mystery with Sophie Hannah and Dr John Curran Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls The Pastons and their library Music in film The skeleton road: an evening with Val McDermid Liqueur / The Joykillers The Boleyn family bible: reading the Reformation The Guildhall literary day: Julian of Norwich A crime thriller workshop with Henry Sutton The golden age of nordic noir A detective fiction masterclass with Simon Brett Celebrating the Crime Writers’ Association diamond dagger with Simon Brett and John Harvey Norwich Blues Festival The Forum: how did we read in Shakespeare's England? Norwich Crime Writing Festival presents Megan Abbott The Killer Inside Me: a Noirwich Frank’s Bar film screening The Halls Heritage Open Days: Sainsbury Centre behind the scenes tour Coasts Poetry and the possibility of speaking about the unspeakable ArtsLab workshops The gardens of Japan: changing through time Mini-studio Throwing Muses The Horrors Yesterday never ends ArtsLab workshops Sophie Ellis-Bextor Spain, Europe and the financial crisis The bricks of Burston UEA Symphony Orchestra and Choir auditions Art for lunch: the sacred and the sensuous: Indian metal sculpture from antiquity to now REALITY: modern and contemporary British painting Manchester Orchestra UEA Symphony Orchestra and Choir auditions The black book

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'The nearer home, the deeper' ArtsLab workshops / Fictional realities creative writing course Emma Healey Sub Focus Sunday studio Study afternoons: Looking at Buddhism through the Sainsbury collection A film screening about the work of the Palestine Trauma Centre Loneliness of the long distance runner Escape the Fate / Glamour of the Kill Goodbye Lenin Stephen Fry ArtsLab workshops / Fictional realities creative writing course The city of tears Black Veil Brides Multiculturalism and foreign policy in Europe: diverging patterns The star rover DragonForce Norwich launch of UEA MA Creative Writing Anthologies 2014 You are what you eat: more than a gut feeling Burnt by the sun Tash Aw Paradoxes of the visible and other ways of seeing ArtsLab workshops / Fictional realities creative writing course Buddhist wooden sculptures in the early Heian period: from a standpoint of syncretisation of Shinto with Buddhism Love and money Mini-studio Nick Mulvey Clean Bandit Kid Ink No man’s land Young associates Points of departure: photography of African migrations Crossroads of empires: archaeology in West Africa Ian McEwan London launch of UEA MA Creative Writing Anthologies 2014 Asking Alexandria ArtsLab workshops / Fictional realities creative writing course Kids In Glass Houses / Save Your Breath Lunchtime talks The Laramie project Klaxons Half term activities: object in focus / family gallery tours Bernard Cornwall Drug discovery in an academic setting Carlos the Jackal Young associates Jess Glynne American ghost towns ArtsLab workshops / Fictional realities creative writing course Disappearing friends: living with dementia Jonathan Gibbs The Specials Little Comets Big draw Art for lunch: Indian paintings in the SCVA

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Sunday studio Study afternoons: Africa Performance A touch of spice Searching for West Africa: library finds Young associates

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Wed 5 November Jane Smiley ArtsLab workshops / Fictional realities creative writing course Thu 6 November Lobbying in Europe Thu 6, Fri 7 and Sat 8 November The Minotaur Shorts Festival Mon 10 November Sikth Tue 11 November Global politics: God, sex and violence The empire of the wolves Young associates Wed 12 November Eimear McBride and Margaret Drabble Diamond Head Elite migrant footballers and translation ArtsLab workshops / Fictional realities creative writing course Thu 13 November Sibelius and Dvořák (EU) citizenship and semiotics: representing the state and the citizen in Europe Thu 13, Fri 14 and Sat 15 November Dr Faustus Fri 14 November La Roux Sat 15 November The Levellers / The Selector Sat 15 and Sun 16 November Masterclass weekend: painting Tue 18 November Lawrence Norfolk and David Vann What a mess Young associates Wed 19 November Brit Floyd ArtsLab workshops / Fictional realities creative writing course Thu 20 November Volbeat Aesthetics in function: nurturing craft innovation and beauty in Edo-period Japan Lunchtime talks Fri 21 November Mini-studio Mon 24 November UB40 Tue 25 November Change in the workplace: does it work? and for whom? Brothers Young associates Wed 26 November Richard Holmes Hearing voices An eye for nature: scientific developments in Edo-period Japan ArtsLab workshops / Fictional realities creative writing course Thu 27 November Emily Berry Whole Lotta Led Fri 28 November Sabaton / Korpiklaani Spirit of compassion: technological progress in Edo-period Japan Art for lunch: twentieth century sculpture at the edge

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DECEMBER Mon 1 December Dirty pretty things Tue 2 December California dreamin’ Young associates Wed 3 December Passenger ArtsLab workshops / Fictional realities creative writing course Thu 4 December Putin’s challenge and challenges to Putin Sun 7 December Professor Green Sunday studio Study afternoons: Matisse backs and the Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Collection Tue 9 December Keeping up with the plant destroyers The 1000 euro generation Young associates Wed 10 December UEA Choir Christmas carol concert The curious case of the dog that said 'ouah' ArtsLab workshops / Fictional realities creative writing course Thu 11 December Tash Aw Fish Sat 13 December Pout at the Devil / Walkway Tue 16 December Rival Sons Young associates Wed 17 December Michael Schenker's Temple Of Rock Thu 18 December Japanese castles: strongholds of the samurai Fri 19 December Mini-studio

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