Events

Thursday, 27 November 2014 until 21 January 2015
Know Me: the use of poetry as a tool in the delivery of person centered care
A Master Class with Leah Thorn, a spoken word poet who is published through performance, film and anthologies in England and the United States and leads innovative poetry workshops predominantly in the Mental Health and Criminal Justice System.
North Holmes Road | LG25 | 17:00
Tuesday, 03 February 2015 until 03 March 2015
Life Drawing Evening Classes with Roy Eastland
A five week evening class.
Canterbury | Sidney Cooper Gallery | 18:00
Wednesday, 04 February 2015
The Linking Tree: Changing practice - Let's do it together
After the success of last year's Linking Tree event we are pleased to announce that the next event will take place on Wednesday 4th February 2015 at our Medway Campus. The workshop aims to build on the compassionate care agenda in healthcare.
Medway | RWg15 | All Day
Monday, 09 February 2015
Ian Pace
Concert and Masterclass
North Holmes Road | St Gregory's Centre for Music | All Day
Tuesday, 10 February 2015
Polar Bear
We are thrilled to present Polar Bear
Broadstairs Campus | Main Hall (Cg48) | 13:15
Thursday, 12 February 2015
Jonathan Morton and Clio Gould (violins)
W.A. Mozart, Duo for violin and viola in G major, K.423
North Holmes Road | St Gregory's Centre for Music | 13:10
Saturday, 14 March 2015
Print Workshop: Line Etching
This workshop will be focussing on the message, the line, an illustrative response to our feelings. Louise Bourgeois made missives to remind herself of intention, support, memory, giving strength to beliefs in herself and her Art.
Canterbury | Sidney Cooper Gallery | 10:00
Saturday, 21 March 2015
Print Workshop: Drypoint
Louise Bourgeois used Drypoint for immediacy giving voice to indelible images, to �put down� before disappearance and move on. These pry into the mind.
Canterbury | Sidney Cooper Gallery | 10:00
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