Events

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
Tuesday, 03 March 2015
Politics Lecture Series - Global Solidarity
Session with Prof. Lawrence Wilde from Nottingham Trent University on Global Solidarity, Tuesday, 3rd March 2015, Rf31, 4pm
North Holmes Campus | Rf31 | 16:00
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
Wednesday, 18 March 2015
Knowledge Exchange in an Era of Austerity
:The Challenge of Commercialisation from the Arts and Humanities Perspective
Canterbury | Maxwell Davies Building (MDg01), North Holmes Road Campus | 12:30
Friday, 20 March 2015
Canterbury Prison Heritage Event
A day event which aims to bring together academics, heritage staff and others with an interest in the history of crime and punishment to explore future directions for researching and representing the history of the former HMP Canterbury.
North Holmes Road | All Day
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
Saturday, 28 March 2015
New Directions in Kent History since Joan Thirsk
One-day conference highlighting the exciting new research of Canterbury Christ Church staff and others in Kentish early modern studies
Canterbury campus | Old Sessions House, Og46 | All Day
Friday, 17 July 2015
Babysong Conference
SAVE THE DATE
TBC | All Day
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