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University of East Anglia What’s On Spring 2014 LITERATURE GIGS DRAMA CONCERTS CAFÉ CONVERSATIONS LECTURES WORKSHOPS ART EXHIBITIONS


Masterpieces: Art and East Anglia photo_Andy Crouch


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. We’ve made a few changes to the issue this time around. Take a look at our events calendar in the back pages, and don’t forget to sign up for our new e-newsletter by emailing events@uea.ac.uk or calling 01603 592130. We’re on Twitter now too. Follow @UEAEvents to stay up to date and for notice of any changes to this season’s programme.

04_Literature 06_Gigs 08_Drama 09_LGBT Month 10_Concerts and Music Events 12_Café Conversations 14_Lectures 20_Workshops and Public Seminars 22_Art Events and Exhibitions 28_Additional Information


Literature_Spring Literary Festival The University of East Anglia’s literary festival regularly welcomes award-winning authors, journalists, illustrators, 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 Spring 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.

FEBRUARY Wed 5 February

Alastair Campbell Wed 12 February

James Lasdun Wed 26 February

Margaret Atwood MARCH Wed 5 March

Susan Hill Wed 12 March

Joanna Trollope Wed 19 March

Benjamin Black Wed 26 March

Emma Donoghue APRIL Wed 2 April

Eleanor Catton

Photos_Eleanor Catton by Robert Catto, Joanna Trollope by Barker Evans, Susan Hill by Ben Graville.

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Literature_UEA Live UEA Live presents free readings by established writers - all graduates of UEA’s Creative Writing programmes and current undergraduate students. The series is held in conjunction with Writer’s Centre Norwich. All events take place at 7.15pm in Café Bar Marzano, The Forum, Norwich. Attendance is free and open to all.

JANUARY Thu 23 January

Christie Watson FEBRUARY Thu 13 February

D.W. Wilson MARCH Thu 13 March

Joe Dunthorne APRIL Thu 3 April

Naomi Wood MAY Thu 8 May

Tash Aw

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

JANUARY Wed 22 January

Sun 23 February

Newton Faulkner

APRIL Wed 30 April

Skindred

£19.50

Wretch 32

+ Soil + Viza

Thu 27 February

New date – original tickets valid

5 Seconds Of Summer

£15

£17.50

£12.50

MAY

FEBRUARY MARCH

Tue 20 May

Sat 1 February

City and Colour £25

Professor Green

Sun 9 March

Bombay Bicycle Club

New date – original tickets valid £18.50

£19

Mon 10 February

Reel Big Fish

Mon 17 March

+ Less Than Jake

Maximo Park

£18.50

£18.50

Professor Green 06_

Wretch 32

City and Colour


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

JANUARY

FEBRUARY

MARCH

Sat 25 January

Sat 1 February

Fri 14 March

Mayday Parade

Dan Le Sac VS Scroobius Pip

Reverend and The Makers

+ Man Overboard + Decade + Divided By Friday Doors open 6.30pm £20

6pm - 10pm £13.50

£13.50

Sun 16 March

We Are Scientists

Sun 16 February

The Boxer Rebellion

£15

£12

APRIL Sat 19 April

The Dualers + Fisticuffs Doors open 6.30pm £17

Dan Le Sac VS Scroobious Pip _07


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

JANUARY

FEBRUARY

MARCH

Thu 23, Fri 24 and Sat 25 January

Thu 30, Fri 31 January and Sat 1 February

Fri 21 and Sat 22 March

The Real Inspector Hound

Ingerland by Jerusha Green / Trails by Jodie Garnish

Minotaur Theatre Company presents a play by Tom Stoppard

Two plays, joint winners of Minotaur Theatre Company’s New Writing Competition 2014

Thu 13, Fri 14 and Sat 15 February

Cabaret: A Night at the Musicals Minotaur Theatre Company presents a charity event Reserve tickets by emailing dramaevents@uea.ac.uk Free - donations welcome

Darkle UEA Drama and Minotaur Theatre Company present BIll Gallagher’s play, in celebration of UEA’s 50th anniversary

Wed 26 to Sat 29 March

Un Chapeau de paille d’Italie UEA’s Sacré Théâtre perform Eugène Labiche’s musical farce in French For more information email Claudine Tourniare at C.Tourniaire@uea.ac.uk or visit www.sacretheatre.co.uk


LGBT History Month February is LGBT History Month at UEA. For more information email Dr BJ Epstein at b.epstein@uea.ac.uk. All events take place at 7pm in the Arts building, room 2.02 on campus at UEA. Attendance is free and open to all.

Mon 3 February

Mon 17 February

Music in queer fiction

"A quiet place": gay and bisexual classical composers in twentieth century America

Dr Clare Connors, University of East Anglia

Thu 6 February

"Marriage is so gay" The battle for same sex marriage in the US and Britain: a comparative perspective Dr Emma Long, University of East Anglia

Mon 10 February

Southeast Gaysia! LGBT heritage and

Malcolm Robertson

Thu 20 February

The homosexual steamroller: queer "propaganda" through literature Dr B.J. Epstein, University of East Anglia

Mon 24 February

Yi-Sheng Ng, University of East Anglia

Saints, sinners and martyrs in queer church history: the continuing evolution of religious responses to homoerotic relationships

Thu 13 February

Terry Weldon

activism in the ASEAN region

Pitching harmony: thinking differently about the assimilation and difference debate Dr Jonathan Mitchell, University of East Anglia

Thu 27 February

Trans and gender variant history: 1800s onwards Katy J Went

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Professor Peter Aston Memorial Concert


Concerts and Music Events For more information about any of our concerts email musicevents@uea.ac.uk, visit www.uea.ac.uk/music/music-events or follow @UEAConcerts on Twitter. Tickets are available from UEA Box Office unless otherwise stated. Call 01605 508050 or visit www.ueaticketbookings.com.uk.

JANUARY

Sat 22 February 7.30pm

Fri 14 March 7.30pm

Thu 30 January 7.30pm

Sonic Arts no.81: the stream

Professor Peter Aston memorial concert

Performance by Ed Perkins, Apartment House and the Sonic Arts Ensemble

A concert in memory of Emeritus Professor, Peter Aston. UEA Symphony Orchestra and Choir will perform Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No.9 in D minor, Op. 125, Edward Elgar’s Nimrod (from Enigma Variations Op 36), Peter Aston’s The True Glory and two other choral pieces

Sonic Arts no.79: a thousand twangling Performance by Adrian Lee (electric guitar) and the Sonic Arts Guitar Ensemble Strode Room, UEA School of Music £7 | £4 (concessions)

FEBRUARY Thu 20 February 7.30pm

Voicing Pierrot Chamber Orchestra Anglia will be joined by soloist Jane Manning (soprano) for a performance of Arnold Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire Noverre Ballroom, Assembly House, Norwich Tickets are available from UEA Box Office (01603 508050) and Prelude Records (01603 628319) £15 | £12 (concessions) £5 (students under 26)

Thu 20 February 7.30pm

Sonic Arts no.80: instrument identities

Memorial Gardens Undercroft, Maddermarket, Norwich £7 | £4 (concessions)

MARCH Thu 6 March 7.30pm

Sonic Arts no.82

St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich Tickets are available from UEA Box Office (01603 508050), Prelude Records (01603 628319) and St George’s Music Shop (01603 626414) £4 - 12

Performance by Howard Skempton (composer and accordion) and the Sonic Arts Ensemble

MAY

Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts, UEA

Sat 3 May 7.30pm

£7 | £4 (concessions)

Sonic Arts no.83: percussion, media interface Performance by Simon Limbrick (percussion), William Ferguson (piano) and the Sonic Arts Ensemble Strode Room, UEA School of Music £7 | £4 (concessions)

Performance by Jane Dickson (piano), Diemo Schwarz (computer), Sebastian Lexer (piano) and the Sonic Arts Ensemble Strode Room, UEA School of Music £7 | £4 (concessions)

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Café Conversations_American Studies 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. All American studies café conversations take place at 2pm in Café Bar Marzano, The Forum, Norwich. Attendance is free and open to all.

JANUARY

MARCH

APRIL

Wed 29 January

Wed 12 March

Wed 2 April

American ctizenship under the spotlight: Hurricane Katrina

The American dream and American nightmares: The Great Recession

American democracy in focus: popular protest in the twenty-first century

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Café Conversations_Humanities For more information visit www.uea.ac.uk/community-university-engagement/events. All humanities café conversations take place at 3pm in the The Playhouse Bar, 42-58 St Georges St, Norwich. Attendance is free and open to all.

JANUARY

MARCH

Fri 10 January

Fri 14 March

Film subtitling: myths and riches

A room of our own

Dr Marie-Noelle Guillot, University of East Anglia

Dr Claire Hynes, University of East Anglia

Fri 17 January

Fri 21 March

Poetry and the possibility of speaking about the unspeakable

"The nearer home, the deeper"

Dr Cecilia Rossi, University of East Anglia

Joanne Mildenhall, University of East Anglia

Fri 28 March

The difference satire makes

Writers, interviews and journalism with Henry James

Dr Jo Poppleton, University of East Anglia

Dr Kate Campbell, University of East Anglia

FEBRUARY

APRIL

Fri 14 February

Fri 11 April

Communicating ethically

But is it literature?

Dr Jo Drugan, University of East Anglia

Dr Clare Connors, University of East Anglia

Fri 28 February

Fri 25 April

Knowing poetry

Paradoxes of the visible and other ways of seeing

Fri 31 January

Dr Jeremy Noel-Tod, University of East Anglia

Dr Jacob Huntley, University of East Anglia

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Lectures_Contemporary Economics UEA prides itself on its seasonal programmes of free public lectures. Take a trip onto campus, listen to academics and researchers talking about their areas of specialism and join the debate. For more information about this lecture series email Dr Liliana Harding at Liliana.harding@uea.ac.uk or visit www.uea.ac.uk/economics/contemporary-economic-issues All contemporary economics lectures take place at 6pm in the Arts building, room 01.02 on campus at UEA. Attendance is free and open to all. Refreshments are served at the end of each lecture.

JANUARY

MARCH

Mon 20 January

Mon 3 March

Economics of violence

Innovation

Dr Bibhas Saha, University of East Anglia

Dr Michael Kitson, University of Cambridge

FEBRUARY Mon 3 February

Supply chain effects of restructuring the US electricity market: a case study of procurement contracts in a coal-fired generation Dr Emilia Lazarova, University of East Anglia

Mon 10 March

What HR managers can learn from experimental economics Dr Alexandros Karakostas, FAU Erlangen

Mon 17 March

The political economics of austerity Dr Suzanne Konzelmann, Birkbeck, University of London

Mon 10 February

The slump and immigration policy in Europe Prof Tim Hatton, University of Essex

Mon 24 February

Keynes, my life, and other unfinished business Dr Fabio Arico, University of East Anglia

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Mon 24 March

Market potential and the curse of distance in EU regions Dr Jesús López-Rodríguez, European Commission Joint Research Centre and Universidade da Coruña


Lectures_Inaugural Lectures Celebrating the University’s newly appointed Professors and their research, these lectures are open to the public. For more information please 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 Thomas Paine Study Centre lecture theatre on campus at UEA, unless otherwise stated. Attendance is free. Refreshments are served at the end of each lecture.

JANUARY

MARCH

Tue 21 January

Tue 4 March

Fire, water and ice: atmospheric chemistry in volcanic plumes, over the oceans and in polar regions

Vaccination and public engagement: protecting health in the age of choice

Prof Roland von Glasow, Professor of Atmospheric Science

FEBRUARY Tue 4 February

Applying law in practice: the implications for academia of some added layers of complexity Prof Owen Warnock, Professor of Employment Law

Prof Francine Cheater, Professor of Nursing Sciences

Tue 18 March

Making ‘spins’ dance to uncover the secret of materials Prof Yaroslav Khimyak, Professor of Solid-state Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

APRIL Tue 1 April

Language, thought and culture

Tue 18 February

Proving, pleasing and persuading? The state of the art of rhetoric in contemporary British politics

Professor Kenny Coventry, Professor of Psychology

Prof Alan Finlayson, Professor of Political and Social Theory

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Lectures_Japanese Art 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. All Japanese art lectures take place at 6pm in Norwich Cathedral Hostry (Weston Room), Norwich, NR1 4EH. Attendance is free and open to all, however booking is essential. Refreshments are served at the end of each lecture.

JANUARY

MARCH

Thu 16 January

Thu 20 March

Unfolding origami

Putting Japan into a Pacific context: some ideas from an anthropologist

Dave Brill, British origami master

FEBRUARY

Professor Joy Hendry, Oxford Brookes University

Thu 20 February

APRIL

Garo and the birth of alternative manga

Thu 10 April

Ryan Holmberg, Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Fellow 2013-2014

Tue 21 January 6pm - 8pm

New Year party with Japanese New Year food and calligraphy demonstration For more information call Keiko Nishioka on 01603 597510, email keiko.nishioka@uea.ac.uk or visit www.sainsbury-institute.org Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, 64 The Close, Norwich NR1 4DH ÂŁ15 members | ÂŁ20 non-members

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150th third Thursday lecture Professor Arthur Stockwin, Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies


Lectures_Humanities Visiting Professor David Ferris (University of Colarado at Boulder) will give three public lectures on key historical and theoretical moments that have influenced the comparative study of literature. For more information email artsandhumanitiesevents@uea.ac.uk. All humanities lectures take place at 6.30pm in the Thomas Paine Study Centre lecture theatre on campus at UEA. Attendance is free and open to all.

FEBRUARY

MARCH

MAY

Wed 12 February

Wed 19 March

Wed 7 May

Postmodern mimesis: distortions of figure in Francis Bacon

Comparative places: translating Istanbul/ tasking translation

The new humanities: tradition anew?

Respondent: Prof Howard Caygill, Kingston University

Respondent: Prof Clive Scott, University of East Anglia

Respondent: Prof Peter de Bolla, Cambridge University

Tuesdays from 28 January to 18 March

'Why compare?' An eight week seminar series, accompanying Prof Ferris’ lectures is open to UEA students Seminars take place at 4pm in the Arts building, room 01.06, UEA Email humgrad.school@uea.ac.uk for information on enrolment as places are limited

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Lectures_Language and Translation UEA is a keen advocate of intercultural communication and many of our students and researchers are involved in translation, linguistics and cross-cultural adaptation. For more information about any of these lectures email Dr Leticia Yulita at l.yulita@uea.ac.uk or call 01603 591504. All language and translation lectures take place from 1.10pm – 2pm on campus at UEA. Attendance is free and open to all.

Thu 20 February

Thu 27 February

Thu 13 March

What did you learn (to be) in school today? Nationalism, internationalism and foreign language education

Translation for dubbing: juggling dialogue writing, lip-syncing and oral discourse

Intercultural communication in a globalised world

Mike Byram, Durham University

Lecture theatre 3, UEA

Frederic Chaume, Universitat Jaume I, Castelló

Dawood Azami, BBC World Service Lecture theatre 4, UEA

Lecture theatre 3, UEA

Lectures_Other Lectures Thu 30 January 7pm

Fri 28 February 6.30pm

UEA London Lecture: photodynamic cancer therapy with 'golden bullets'

John Garrett memorial lecture: holding government to account

Prof David Russell, School of Chemistry

Margaret Hodge MP

A lecture for UEA alumni, staff, students and other interested parties

For more information visit www.uea.ac.uk/politics-international-media/events.

UEA London, 102 Middlesex Street, London, E1 7EZ

Thomas Paine Study Centre lecture theatre, UEA

Book online at www.uea.ack.uk/alumni or email alumni@uea.ac.uk

Free and open to all To book email politicsevents@uea.ac.uk

Tue 18 February 6.30pm

Thu 3 April 7pm

Sebald Lecture 2014: Atwood in Translationland

UEA London Lecture: Sahelian politics and the rise of Al Qaeda in the Sahara

Margaret Atwood An annual lecture from UEA’s British Centre for Literary Translation

Dr Yvan Guichaoua, School of International Development

Conference Centre, The British Library, 96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB

A lecture for UEA alumni, staff, students and other interested parties

Book online via The British Library at www.boxoffice.bl.uk £10 | £8 (concessions)

UEA London, 102 Middlesex Street, London, E1 7EZ

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Book online at www.uea.ack.uk/alumni or email alumni@uea.ac.uk


Workshops and Public Seminars_Translation Workshops Small group workshops and discussions, centred around a particular subject, in which members are actively encouraged to participate. Feel free to come along to these informal sessions, take a turn to express your view and open new doors in your thinking. For more information email Dr Cecilia Rossi at c.rossi@uea.ac.uk or Dr Roger Baines at r.w.baines@uea.ac.uk. All translation workshops take place from 5pm – 7pm in the Arts building, room 0.30, on campus at UEA, unless otherwise stated. Attendance is free and open to all.

JANUARY

FEBRUARY

MARCH

Wed 15 January

Thu 6 February

Thu 6 March

Working as an in-house professional translator

Theatre translation workshop

James Powell

Dr Gwendolyn Mackeith, Kings College London

Translating medical texts

Humanitarianism in the domestic context and the role of translation and interpreting: how lessons from the past can inform decision making today

Katarzyna E. Slobodzian-Taylor, Mastermind Translators

Dr Rebecca Tipton, University of East Anglia

Thu 27 February

Thu 13 March

Online news translation

Poetry translation (from Arabic)

Arts building, room 2.01, UEA

Thu 23 January

Translating Harry Potter Prof Janet Garton, University of East Anglia

Wed 29 January

Getting started as a freelance translator Debbie Elliott Arts building, room 2.01, UEA

Thu 13 February

Dr Federico Federici, Durham University

Dr Rached Khalifa

Wed 26 March

Poetry translation (from Spanish) Ana BecciĂş

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Workshops and Public Seminars_Religion and Education For more information contact Dr Emma Long at emma.long@uea.ac.uk. All religion and education seminars takes place at 6pm on campus at UEA. Attendance is free and open to all.

FEBRUARY

MARCH

MAY

Thu 13 February

Thu 13 March

Thu 1 May

Religion and identity construction in Rwandan education

Science and faith and education A roundtable discussion with members of 'Science and Faith in Norfolk'

'A special work for students': the international committee of the North American YMCA and its foreign work in China, 1895-1935

Arts building, room 3.07, UEA

John Heavens, University of East Anglia

Samuel Rushworth, University of East Anglia Arts building, room 3.03, UEA

Arts building, room 3.15, UEA

Workshops and Public Seminars_Engagement Masterclasses These masterclasses offer the opportunity for professionals to share their experience of developing and delivering engagement activities. Participants will be encouraged to raise questions. Lunch will be provided at each session and registration is essential. Email community@uea.ac.uk or call 01603 591561 to book. Attendance is open to all, but these sessions are intended to be useful for people who are experienced engagement practitioners.

JANUARY

FEBRUARY

MARCH

Wed 15 January

Tue 11 February

Wed 26 March

A masterclass on the AHRC funded 'pathways to history' project whereby members of the public contributed as volunteer researchers

A masterclass on engagement with schools and on the publication, 'Science communication: a practical guide for scientists'

A masterclass on the 'Respect' project, about the mistreatment of older people in care homes

Dr Sarah Spooner and Dr Jon Gregory, University of East Anglia

Dr Laura Bowater and Dr Kay Yeoman, University of East Anglia

Arts building, room 4.16, UEA

Norwich Medical School, room 1.02, UEA

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Dr Anne Killett, University of East Anglia Thomas Paine Study Centre, room 0.1, UEA


Workshops and Public Seminars_Politics For more information contact Dr Michael Skey at m.skey@uea.ac.uk. All seminars take place from 4pm – 6pm in the Arts building, room 01.03, on campus at UEA. Attendance is free and open to all.

JANUARY

MARCH

Wed 15 January

Wed 5 March

Mediatized religion, politics and public visibility

What does sport have to do with politics?

Luis Martino, Casper Libero Media College, Sao Paulo

Dr Jonathan Grix, University of Birmingham

Wed 22 January

Wed 12 March

Digital orientations: "ways of the hand" in media uses and other embodied practices

The human rights model of disability: politically strong, intellectually weak

Prof Shaun Moores, University of Sunderland

Wed 29 January

Dr Tom Shakespeare, University of East Anglia

Wed 19 March

Rendition and the 'war on terror'

Epistemic geographies of climate change

Dr Ruth Blakely, University of Kent

Martin Mahony, University of East Anglia

FEBRUARY Wed 5 February

Wed 26 March

Improper politics Dr Mark Devenney, University of Brighton

Emotions, media and public participation Prof Karin Wahl-Jorgensen, Cardiff University

Wed 12 February

Surveillance in organisations and society Dr Kirstie Ball, Open University

Wed 19 February

Barack Obama and the myth of post-racial America Dr Mark Ledwige, Canterbury Christ Church University

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Art Events and Exhibitions_Special Exhibitions The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts (SCVA) is a world class art gallery and museum located on campus at the University of East Anglia. A selection of upcoming SCVA events are listed over the next few pages. For the full spring programme call 01603 593199, email scva@uea.ac.uk or visit www.scva.ac.uk. Opening times: Tuesday to Saturday 10am - 8pm, Sunday 10am - 5pm All art events and exhibitions take place at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, unless otherwise stated.

On display until 24 February

29 March - 27 July

Masterpieces: Art and East Anglia

Henri Matisse sculpture: The Backs

Masterpieces: Art and East Anglia is one of the most ambitious exhibitions in the region’s recent history, celebrating the artistic heritage of East Anglia, from antiquity through to the present day.

Four monumental relief sculptures by Henri Matisse

www.scva.ac.uk/masterpieces £8 | £6 (concessions) | £4 (UEA staff and students, Friends of the Sainsbury Centre and National Art Pass holders)

29 March - 14 September

Monument: Aftermath of War and Conflict

£20 family ticket | £16 (concessions)

An exhibition marking the 100th anniversary of the First World War and the 70th anniversary of the Normandy landings

On display until 1 March

26 April - 27 July

Umberto Boccioni: Unique Forms of Continuity in Space

John Virtue: The Sea

Masterwork sculptures of the Italian Futurist movement

A spectacular body of new work from a renowned local painter

14 February - 14 December

Sense and Sensuality: Art Nouveau 1890-1914 A major exploration of the Art Nouveau style

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Art Events and Exhibitions_Talks and Conferences

Thursdays during term-time 1.15pm - 1.45pm

Thu 20 - Fri 21 February 10.30am - 5pm

Lunchtime talks

Masterpieces conference

Meet at SCVA reception

An opportunity to explore Masterpieces: Art and East Anglia from an academic perspective

Last Friday of each month 1.15pm - 1.45pm

UEA School of Art History and World Art Studies lecture theatre, SCVA

Art for lunch Meet at SCVA reception

Thu 23 and Thu 30 January, Thu 6 and Thu 13 February 7pm – 8.30pm

Booking essential £100 | £75 (concessions) Free for students

Wed 30 April – Fri 2 May 9.30am - 5.30pm

Masterpieces: Art and East Anglia lecture series

Future of South Asian collections: UK and South Asian perspectives conference

Elizabeth Fry lecture theatre, room 01.08, UEA

Organised by the Sainsbury Institute for Art

Booking essential £8 | £6 (concessions)

Booking essential Email sifaconference.sasia@gmail.com to book your place

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Art Events and Exhibitions_School Holidays

Sat 15 - Sun 23 February Drop in during gallery opening hours

February half term: object in focus

During school holidays

Object handling table Living Area Gallery

Creative activities for families.

Free (drop in session)

Meet at SCVA reception £2

Tue 18 February 10.30am – 12.30pm, 1.30pm – 3.30pm

Sat 5 – Sun 20 April Drop in during gallery opening hours

World Dragons

Easter holidays: object in focus

Arts and crafts inspired by Snap, the Norwich dragon and mythical beasts from the Sainsbury Collection

Creative activities for families.

SCVA Education Studio

Meet at SCVA reception

Free (drop in sessions)

£2

During school holidays

Family gallery tours Ask at Gallery Reception for availability and times. Free

Tue 27 – Wed 28 May 2014

Campus in the City Remember the Public Lectures at The Forum last summer? Well, we’re doing it again!

UEA’s Campus in the City takes place in the spring half term holiday. Look out for a programme of free lecture on a huge range of topics, plus full details of family-friendly activities. www.uea.ac.uk/events

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Art Events and Exhibitions_Families and Children

Last Sunday of the month 2pm - 4pm (23 Feb, 30 Mar, 27 Apr, 25 May)

Craft club Suitable for families with children of all ages. Drop in and have fun learning new craft skills. Meet at SCVA reception. Free

Fridays 10.15am – 11.45am (17 Jan, 14 Feb, 21 Mar, 25 Apr, 23 May)

Mini-studio Creative play for pre-school children and their parents or carers. Meet at SCVA reception. Booking essential. £7 | £5 (concessions). Free for accompanying adults.

Sportspark

Helping Children Stay Active in Cold Weather Sportscamps Help children beat the post Christmas blues by booking our one day multi-activity camps for children aged between 5 and 13 years old in the new year. Not only are Sportscamps an ideal way for children to get active and make friends, but we make it accessible for working parents to have peace of mind that their child(ren) are enjoying themselves and keeping active.

Why not let us take care of your children’s birthday party! Do you have a child’s birthday coming up and want to offer your child something memorable or a day with that special touch for their birthday? Sportspark offers exciting and active parties for your child in a fantastic environment, starting at preschool with our gymnastics party right up to climbing parties for the older children.

Family splash & inflatables in the pool If you would prefer an activity that the whole family can enjoy, then why not come along to our family Splash and inflatable sessions in our pool. Splash is a fantastic session for families of all ages, includes our giant inflatable plus toys and floats. Check website for dates and times.

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Art Events and Exhibitions_Artists and Ideas

Alternate Tuesdays during term time 4.30pm - 6.30pm (starts 21 January)

Young associates For more information email Nell Croose Myhill at n.croose-myhill@uea.ac.uk SCVA Education Studio No booking required Free and open to ages 15-25

Wednesdays 4.30pm – 6.30pm

ArtsLab workshops A chance to learn new artistic techniques SCVA Education Studio Booking essential £8 | £6 (concessions)

10.30am – 4.30pm

Masterclass weekends Practical workshops for adults and young people aged 16 and over Suitable for all abilities SCVA Education Studio Booking essential £120 | £100 (concessions) Price includes materials

Sat 18 – Sun 19 January

Freddie Robins: textiles Sat 8 - Sun 9 February

Tracey Rowledge: bookbinding Sat 8 - Sun 9 March

Jonathan Keep: digital ceramics

ArtsLab Workshop

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Johnathan Keep: Digital Ceramics


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What’s On_Calendar 04_Literature 06_Gigs 08_Drama 09_LGBT Month 10_Concerts and Music Events 12_Café Conversations 14_Lectures 20_Workshops and Public Seminars 22_Art Events and Exhibitions

Until Mon 24 Feb Until Sat 1 Mar

Masterpieces: Art and East Anglia Umberto Boccioni: Unique Forms of Continuity in Space

JANUARY Fri 10 Jan Wed 15 Jan

Film subtitling: myths and riches Working as an in-house professional translator Mediatized religion, politics and public visibility Masterclass: ‘Pathways to History’ project ArtsLab workshops Thu 16 Jan Unfolding origami Lunchtime talks Fri 17 Jan Poetry and the possibility of speaking about the unspeakable Mini-studio Sat 18 – Sun 19 Jan Masterclass weekend: textiles Mon 20 Jan Economics of violence Japanese New Year party Young associates Tue 21 Jan Fire, water and ice: atmospheric chemistry in volcanic plumes, over oceans and in polar regions Wed 22 Jan Skindred + Soil + Viza Digital orientations: "ways of the hand" in media uses and other embodied practices ArtsLab workshops Thu 23 Jan Christie Watson Translating Harry Potter Lunchtime talks Masterpieces: Art and East Anglia lecture series Thu 23 – Sat 25 Jan The Real Inspector Hound Sat 25 Jan Mayday Parade + Man Overboard + Decade + Divided By Friday Wed 29 Jan American citizenship under the spotlight: Hurricane Katrina Rendition and the 'war on terror' Getting started as a freelance translator ArtsLab workshops Thu 30 Jan Sonic Arts no.79: a thousand twangling UEA London Lecture: photodynamic cancer therapy with 'golden bullets' Lunchtime talks Masterpieces: Art and East Anglia lecture series Thu 30 Jan – Sat 1 Feb Ingerland by Jerusha Green / Trails by Jodie Garnish Fri 31 Jan The difference satire makes Art for lunch FEBRUARY Sat 1 Feb Mon 3 Feb Tue 4 Feb Wed 5 Feb

City and Colour Dan Le Sac VS Scroobius Pip Music in queer fiction Supply chain effects of restructuring the US electricity market Applying law in practice: the implications for academia of some added layers of complexity Young associates Alastair Campbell Emotions, media and public participation ArtsLab workshops


Thu 6 Feb

"Marriage is so gay" The battle for same sex marriage in the US and Britain Theatre translation workshop Lunchtime talks Masterpieces: Art and East Anglia lecture series Sat 8 – Sun 9 Feb Masterclass weekend: bookbinding Mon 10 Feb Southeast Gaysia! LGBT heritage and activism in the ASEAN region Reel Big Fish + Less Than Jake The slump and immigration policy in Europe Tue 11 Feb Masterclass: engagement with schools Wed 12 Feb James Lasdun Postmodern mimesis: distortions of figure in Francis Bacon Surveillance in organisations and society ArtsLab workshops Thu 13 Feb D.W. Wilson Pitching harmony: thinking differently about the assimilation and difference debate Religion and identity construction in Rwandan education Translating medical texts Lunchtime talks Masterpieces: Art and East Anglia lecture series Fri 13 – Sat 15 Feb Cabaret: A night at the musicals Fri 14 Feb Communicating ethically Mini-studio Fri 14 Feb – Sun 14 Dec Sense and Sensuality: Art Nouveau 1890-1914 Sat 15 – Sun 23 Feb Half term activities: object in focus Sun 16 Feb The Boxer Rebellion Mon 17 Feb "A quiet place": gay and bisexual classical composers in twentieth century America Tue 18 Feb Proving, pleasing and persuading? The state of the art of rhetoric in contemporary British politics Sebald Lecture 2014: Atwood in Translationland World Dragons Young associates Wed 19 Feb Barack Obama and the myth of post-racial America Thu 20 Feb Voicing Pierrot Sonic Arts No.80: instrument identities The homosexual steamroller: queer "propaganda" through literature Garo and the birth of alternative manga What did you learn (to be) in school today? Nationalism, internationalism and foreign language education Lunchtime talks Thu 20 – Fri 21 Feb Masterpieces conference Sat 22 Feb Sonic Arts no.81: the stream Sun 23 Feb Newton Faulkner Craft club Mon 24 Feb Saints, sinners and martyrs in queer church history Keynes, my life, and other unfinished business Wed 26 Feb Margaret Atwood ArtsLab workshops Thu 27 Feb Trans and gender variant history: 1800s onwards Translation for dubbing: juggling dialogue writing, lip-syncing and oral discourse Online news translation Lunchtime talks 5 Seconds Of Summer Fri 28 Feb Knowing poetry John Garrett memorial lecture: Margaret Hodge Art for lunch MARCH Mon 3 Mar Tue 4 Mar Wed 5 Mar Thu 6 Mar Sat 8 – Sun 9 Mar Sun 9 Mar Mon 10 Mar Wed 12 Mar Thu 13 Mar

Innovation Vaccination and public engagement: protecting health in the age of choice Young associates Susan Hill What does sport have to do with politics? ArtsLab workshops Sonic Arts No.82 Humanitarianism in the domestic context and the role of translation and interpreting Lunchtime talks Masterclass weekend: digital ceramics Bombay Bicycle Club What HR managers can learn from experimental economics Joanna Trollope The American Dream and American nightmares: The Great Recession The human rights model of disability: politically strong, intellectually weak ArtsLab workshops Joe Dunthorne Science and faith and education Poetry translation (from Arabic) Lunchtime talks Intercultural communication in a globalised world


Fri 14 Mar Sun 16 Mar Mon 17 Mar Tue 18 Mar Wed 19 Mar

Reverend and The Makers Professor Peter Aston memorial concert A room of our own We Are Scientists The political economics of austerity Maximo Park Making ‘spins’ dance to uncover the secret of materials Young associates Benjamin Black Comparative places: translating Istanbul / tasking translation Epistemic geographies of climate change ArtsLab workshops Thu 20 Mar Putting Japan into a Pacific context: some ideas from an anthropologist Lunchtime talks Fri 21 Mar "The nearer home, the deeper" Mini-studio Fri 21 – Sat 22 Mar Darkle Mon 24 Mar Market potential and the curse of distance in EU regions Wed 26 Mar Emma Donoghue Improper politics Poetry translation (from Spanish) Masterclass: 'Respect' project ArtsLab workshops Wed 26 – Sat 29 Mar Un Chapeau de paille d’Italie Thu 27 Mar Lunchtime talks Fri 28 Mar Writers, interviews and journalism with Henry James Art for lunch Sat 29 Mar – Sun 27 Jul Henri Matisse sculpture: The Backs Sat 29 Mar – Sun 14 Sep Monument: Aftermath of War and Conflict Sun 30 Mar Craft club APRIL Tue 1 Apr Language, thought and culture Young associates Wed 2 Apr Eleanor Catton American democracy in focus: popular protest in the twenty-first century ArtsLab workshops Thu 3 Apr Naomi Wood UEA London Lecture: Sahelian politics and the rise of Al Qaeda in the Sahara Sat 5 Apr – Sun 20 Apr Easter holiday activities: object in focus Thu 10 Apr 150th third Thursday lecture Fri 11 Apr But is it literature? Tue 15 Apr Young associates Sat 19 Apr The Dualers + Fisticuffs Wed 23 Apr ArtsLab workshops Fri 25 Apr Paradoxes of the visible and other ways of seeing Art for lunch Mini-studio Sat 26 Apr – Sun 27 Jul John Virtue: The Sea Sun 27 Apr Craft club Tue 29 Apr Young associates Wed 30 Apr Wretch 32 ArtsLab workshops Wed 30 Apr – Fri 2 May Future of South Asian collections: UK and South Asian perspectives conference MAY Thu 1 May Sat 3 May Wed 7 May

Thu 8 May Tue 13 May Wed 14 May Fri 16 May Tue 20 May Wed 21 May Fri 23 May Sun 25 May Tue 27 May Tue 27 – Wed 28 May Fri 30 May

'A special work for students': the international committee of the North American YMCA and its foreign work Sonic Arts no.83: percussion, media interface The new humanities: tradition anew? ArtsLab workshops Tash Aw Young associates ArtsLab workshops Museums at Night Professor Green ArtsLab workshops Mini-studio Craft club Young associates Campus in the City Art for lunch


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