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Nomadic and Dialogic: Art & Ecofeminism Friday 20 October: 4:00pm - 7:00pm Murray Edwards College, New Hall Collection, Huntingdon Road, CB3 0DF The round table chaired by Director Eliza Gluckman, with artist Elena Cologni, author Susan Buckingham and curator Anna...

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Dance and the Maternal

Dance and the Maternal Saturday, October 21st 2017 Queen's University Belfast The embodied nature of dance provides a particularly rich site of investigation into questions of maternal corporeality. This one-day workshop seminar will bring together a group of dance...

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Doodle Dance Show

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The Invisibility of the Sea

Thursday October 26 18:00 - 20:00 School of Earth Sciences, Wills Memorial Building, University of Bristol BS8 1RJ The Invisibility of the Sea Professor Jon Blundy FRS, University of Bristol, invites you to the third of a series of biannual events to celebrate...

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The Hail Glow

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Nonhuman Networks

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Exchange Values on the Table

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Writing about Contemporary Artists

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Artist-led walks (NYC)

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The Great War Horse

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Performance Philosophy and Spirituality

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KELD: Freshwater Songs

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Karen Guthrie at Acorn Bank

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Blàthan Briste

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New MA in Performance

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The Stories we live by

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Facing Death Creatively

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eARTh new season launch

eARTh enjoyed a fantastic year last year at Hele Corn Mill and we have been busy creating new work over the winter and spring for this summer. This weekend (May 6/7) we are launching our 2017 projects, workshop dates and showcasing new works as part of Ilfracombe Art...

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Movement workshops with Sandra Reeve

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