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Sissinghurst Castle's literary legacy to be preserved with the help of the Heritage Lottery Fund

A collaborative project between the National Trust and the International Centre for Victorian Women Writers (ICVWW) at Canterbury Christ Church University has received an ?8,900 Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) Sharing Heritage grant. ... more more

Eric Whitacre opens Science of Singing Health and Wellbeing Symposium with Sidney De Haan Research Centre at Royal College of Music

The Sidney De Haan Centre for Arts and Health has just held its most recent Symposium: Recent Advances in the Science of Singing, Wellbeing and Health, in partnership with the Royal College of Music and attended by over 200 people. ... more more

Academic to show unseen local footage featuring the man who inspired Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Three years ago Tim Jones, Senior Lecturer in Media, Art and Design at Canterbury Christ Church University, started a project to collect and preserve rare film footage made in the local area. ... more more

Professor provides expert comment live on BBC Radio 3 around 'Singing for Health'

Professor Stephen Clift, Director of the Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health at Canterbury Christ Church University, featured live on BBC Radio 3's drive time programme, In Tune, today with American Composer Eric Whitacre. ... more more

Sidney De Haan Research Centre formalises partnerships with key national organisations

The Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health is delighted to announce the signing of four Memoranda of Understanding with the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH), British Lung Foundation (BLF), Mental Health Foundation and Live Music Now. ... more more

Public lectures to explore the real influence of queens in medieval and early modern diplomacy

Canterbury Christ Church University is hosting two free public lectures next week on the role that medieval and early modern queens played in diplomatic relations throughout Europe. ... more more

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