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Conference: Call for Papers Cutting Edge: Collage in Britain, 1900 to Now

This is for a conference at Tate Britain entitled Cutting Edge: Collage in Britain, 1900 to Now, taking place in March 2020. We are keen to showcase inventive new research and fresh perspectives on notions and practices of collage, and to explore its curr

This is for a conference at Tate Britain entitled Cutting Edge: Collage in Britain, 1900 to Now, taking place in March 2020. We are keen to showcase inventive new research and fresh perspectives on notions and practices of collage, and to explore its curr

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Half the Picture – Film screening and Panel Discussion

26 November 2019, Phoenix 4 Midland Street Leicester LE1 1TG

Using a screening of the inspiring documentary Half the Picture as a springboard for discussion, this event will explore the reasons behind this gender inequality as well as celebrating the many successes of ground-breaking women directors.

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Policy Engagement Workshop – this workshop has been postponed until the New Year

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Midlands4Cities and the White Rose College of Arts and Humanities are working with History & Policy to deliver a one-day policy engagement workshop.

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UK-Canada Globalink Doctoral Exchange Scheme

Up to 200 UK doctoral candidates will have the opportunity to develop global connections, with international competencies, during 12-week research placements in Canadian universities.

This is an exciting opportunity for you to participate in a UK-Canada research exchange scheme

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Our Past, Our Stories, Our Future Symposium Day

28 November 2019, NTU Events and Conferencing

Our Past, Our Stories, Our Future is a cross-sector space in which to explore ideas and share practice, learn new things and creatively engage with young people.

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National Poetry Day

3 October, Nottingham

Nottingham Playhouse is the place to be on 3 October. Hosted by Ben Norris and featuring performances from a frankly ridiculous line-up, A Quite Enormous Poetry Event promises to be just that: enormous. And doubtless, very, very good.

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New Voices Conference – Call for Papers

6 November, Nottingham

New Voices is the Association for Art History's annual one-day conference for new postgraduate research about art, art history and visual culture. Keynote Speaker: Azadeh Fatehrad, University of Leeds

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“Lifting the Lid” on the Creative Industries Cultural Sector – New Workshops

Are you interested in understanding possible career paths in the creative industries and the cultural sector and building your network?