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Test Sustainability Event

 

Date:

Sunday 1 November 2015

Location:

Julian Study Centre

Ticket Price:

£8

This is a test event for Sustainability

This is some information about the event so people can tell what it's about and exactly what's happening.


Another Test One

 

Date:

Friday 20 November 2015

Location:

Lecture Theatre

Ticket Price:

£12


Test event

 

Date:

Friday 22 July 2016


UEA Symphony Orchestra and Sacré Théâtre concert: Campus Concert

 

Date:

Saturday 21 January 2017, 7 - 8:30pm

Location:

UEA Drama Studio

Ticket Price:

£3

Saturday 21 January 2017, 7.00pm - 8.30pm

UEA Symphony Orchestra and Sacré Théâtre concert: Campus Concert

UEA Drama Studio (UEA campus)                                

Beethoven, Symphony No.5

Debussy/Louÿs, Les Chansons de Bilitis

 

UEA Symphony Orchestra and Sacré Théâtre warmly invite you to join them for a special campus-based concert on Saturday 21 January at 7.00pm in the UEA Drama Studio.

The concert will feature performances, by UEA Symphony Orchestra, of Beethoven’s celebrated Symphony No.5 and Debussy/Louÿs’ haunting Les Chansons de Bilitis.

A towering victory of will over adversity – Beethoven’s Symphony No.5 is the best known in the literature for its unyielding advocacy of the best that we can be. Come and experience this triumph of the human spirit at close quarters.

Sensuous and haunting, Louÿs’ Sapphic poetry and Debussy’s epigrammatic music combine to form a long-lost world, where the young woman Bilitis discovers the pleasures and the sadness of desire.

UEA Symphony Orchestra will be joined in their performance of Les Chansons de Bilitis, by the UK’s longest-running permanent French language theatre company, Sacré Théâtre.

Please note:

Doors open at 6.30pm

Seating is unreserved. Latecomers may not be admitted, so please arrive at the Studio in good time.

We regret that we cannot exchange, refund or transfer tickets unless the event in question has been cancelled or rescheduled.

All profits from UEA Music Centre concerts are used to fund scholarships for students.


Lunchtime Concert: UEA Music Centre Award Holder

 

Date:

Wednesday 1 February 2017, 1:10 - 1:55pm

Location:

Strode Concert Room, UEA Music Centre

Ticket Price:

Free

Take a break from work or study and join UEA Music Centre for the first of their spring Lunchtime Concerts on Wednesday 1 February at 1.10pm in the Strode Concert Room (UEA Music Centre).

This first concert will feature recently appointed UEA Music Centre Award holders

Admission is free and all are welcome, up to the capacity of the Strode Concert Room.

For further information about the concert, please visit: www.uea.ac.uk/music-centre/events, email: musicevents@uea.ac.uk or phone: 01603 593948.

Please note:

Running time is 45 minutes.

Seating is unreserved and space is limited, so please arrive early to avoid disappointment.

Latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break in the performance.


Lunchtime Concert: UEA Music Centre Award Holders

 

Date:

Wednesday 1 March 2017, 1:10 - 1:55pm

Location:

Strode Concert Room, UEA Music Centre

Ticket Price:

Free

Take a break from work or study and join UEA Music Centre for the second of their spring Lunchtime Concerts on Wednesday 1 March at 1.10pm in the Strode Concert Room (UEA Music Centre).

This second concert will feature recently appointed UEA Music Centre Award holders.

Admission is free and all are welcome, up to the capacity of the Strode Concert Room.

Please note:

Running time is 45 minutes.

Seating is unreserved and space is limited, so please arrive early to avoid disappointment.

Latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break in the performance.


UEA Community Choir Open Rehearsal 2017

 

Date:

Thursday 28 September 2017, 1 - 2pm

Location:

UEA Square

UEA Community Choir Open Rehearsal 2017

Thursday 28 September, 1-2pm, UEA Square, All Welcome.

UEA Community Choir has been a real success story over the past year, becoming embedded in the Music Centre’s schedule and the Wednesday lunchtime plans of many students, staff and members of our community. Join us on Thursday 28 September, at 1pm, in the UEA Square for an introductory session open to all.

Directed by UEA Director of Music, Stuart Dunlop, UEA Community Choir is for those who want to start singing in a choir (even if they have never done so before); want to sing in a more informal way, sometimes with more contemporary music; or want to sing for fun and explore their voice.

UEA Community Choir is audition-free and open to all (staff, students, and members of the community). No music reading will be required.

If you are interested in joining UEA Community Choir, and taking part in the open rehearsal, please email musicevents@uea.ac.uk to register your interest. Please note that following the rehearsal, there will be regular sessions on Wednesday lunchtimes during semester time.

 

The open rehearsal is part of the UEA Faculty of Arts and Humanities ‘I Love Arts and Humanities’ project. A project which has been designed to improve the student experience and showcase what the Faculty of Arts and Humanities has to offer #ILoveHUM #UEA


Test

 

Date:

Friday 29 September 2017, 1 - 2pm

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Lynn Chadwick: Beasts

 

Date:

Friday 11 May 2018 - Saturday 31 August 2019

Location:

Sainsbury Centre grounds, UEA

Event Category:

Ongoing, Sainsbury Centre, Film screenings

Ticket Price:

Free

Friday 11 May 2018 - Sunday 31 August 2019

Lynn Chadwick: Beasts

Three striking sculptures by leading British sculptor Lynn Chadwick (1914-2003)

Sainsbury Centre grounds, UEA

Part of the Norfolk & Norwich Festival, generously lent by the Chadwick Estate and organised in association with Blain|Southern.

As part of Norfolk & Norwich Festival 2018, the Sainsbury Centre welcomes three striking sculptures by leading British sculptor Lynn Chadwick (1914–2003) to take up residence in its east end garden.

These three 'Beasts' (Crouching Beast II, Lion I and Beast Alerted I) are monumental animals captured in various states of action, made of welded stainless-steel sheets.

They are the latest addition to the Sainsbury Centre Sculpture Park, situated across 320 acres of natural and the built environment on the UEA campus. The Park combines iconic architecture, art and nature in an outdoor space free for everyone to enjoy.

For more information, visit the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts website, email scva@uea.ac.uk or call 01603 593199.


Elisabeth Frink: Humans and Other Animals

 

Date:

Saturday 13 October 2018 - Sunday 24 February 2019

Location:

Sainsbury Centre, UEA

Event Category:

Ongoing, Sainsbury Centre

Ticket Price:

£13 / £12

Saturday 13 October 2018 - Sunday 24 February 2019 (see Sainsbury Centre for opening hours)

Elisabeth Frink: Humans and Other Animals

Sainsbury Centre, UEA

This autumn, the Sainsbury Centre will open a major new exhibition of Suffolk-born Elisabeth Frink (1930-1993).

Elisabeth Frink: Humans and Other Animals will reappraise one of the most important British sculptors of the twentieth century and feature over 130 works by the artist, making it the largest exhibition since her death in 1993.

Providing new perspectives on the key themes found in her work, Humans and Other Animals will examine her radical and bohemian beginnings in 1950s London and trace the evolution of her practice over four decades, as well as juxtaposing and connecting her work with that of contemporary artists, ancient art and other modern masters including Rodin, Picasso and Bourgeois.

The exhibition will explore Frink’s enduring preoccupation with human and animal forms and her fascination with the symbiotic relationship between them, used to express aspects of human behaviour.

For more information, please visit the Sainsbury Centre website.


Researcher Summit

 

Date:

Wednesday 23 January 2019, 12:15 - 4:30pm

Location:

The Enterprise Centre

 

Wednesday 23 January, 12.15 – 4.30 pm

Research & Analagous Staff Summit event that is Chaired by Fiona Lettice, Pro Vice Chancellor for Research & Innovation

Sir Brandon Gough Lecture Theatre, UEA

Free and open to all Research & Analogous Staff.

Please email Lisa Worrall for more information.


Environmental Justice 2019: Transformative Connections

 

Date:

Tuesday 2 July 2019 - Thursday 4 July 2019

Location:

University of East Anglia, NR4 7TJ

Event Category:

Conferences

Ticket Price:

TBC

Wednesday 2 July - Thursday 4 July 2019 (save the date!)

#EJ2019 - Environmental Justice 2019: Transformative Connections

University of East Anglia, Norwich NR4 7TJ

Hosted by The Global Environmental Justice group 

Find out more: www.uea.ac.uk/global-environmental-justice/conference-2019


Dragon Hall Debate: Drawing the line – do we need borders?

 

Date:

Monday 25 March 2019, 7pm

Location:

National Centre for Writing, Dragon Hall, Norwich

Event Category:

Normal, Dragon Hall Debates

Ticket Price:

Free

Monday 25 March, 7 - 9pm

Dragon Hall Debate

Drawing the line – do we need borders?

National Centre for Writing, Dragon Hall, NR1 1QE

As Brexit pushes the UK to redefine its relationships with neighbouring nations, we ask what borders do for us, and whether we need them at all. Daniel Trilling, journalist and author of Lights in the Distance, draws on years of reporting to build a portrait of refuge in a fractured Europe; Prof Sarah Barrow, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Arts and Humanities at UEA, explores borders in Latin American contexts, and Cathie Carmichael, Professor of European History at UEA, shares what we might learn from the history and national identities of the Balkans.

The speakers

Prof Sarah Barrow is Pro-Vice Chancellor for Arts and Humanities at UEA, with responsibility for championing the positive and profound value and impact of the arts and humanities on individuals and society. She has wide experience in the arts, culture, education and human rights sectors and is a Trustee of the National Centre for Writing. 

Prof Cathie Carmichael is Professor of European History at UEA and teaches the history of the Balkans and Eastern Mediterranean. She is an editor of the Journal of Genocide Research, and is on the International Advisory Board of Europe-Asia Studies. 

Daniel Trilling is a London-based journalist who writes about migration, borders and nationalism in Europe. His latest book Lights in the Distance is a portrait of Europe’s refugee crisis as seen by the people at the heart of it, based on five years of reporting. 

Suitable for ages 16 and above. Free and open to all. 

To book or for more information on this event, please visit the National Centre for Writing website.


Ken Kiff: The Sequence

 

Date:

Saturday 17 November 2018 - Sunday 21 April 2019

Location:

Sainsbury Centre, UEA

Event Category:

Ongoing, Sainsbury Centre

Ticket Price:

£8 / £7

Saturday 17 November 2018 - Sunday 21 April 2019 (see Sainsbury Centre for opening hours)

Ken Kiff: The Sequence

Sainsbury Centre, UEA

Discover Ken Kiff, a painter who inspired the likes of Tracey Emin.

This exhibition of selected works from the modernist figurative artist features ‘The Sequence’, a series of vivid paintings that form a chain, repeating and developing imagery and colour.’

A Royal Academician, National Gallery Artist in Residence and one of the most original artists working in Britain at the end of the twentieth century, Kiff’s distinctive imagery draws on a broad range of influences – including European Modernism, Abstract Expressionism, Jungian psychoanalysis, colour theory, myth and folklore.

Image: Ken Kiff (Woman with) Protruding Tongue (S165) 1982 © The Estate of Ken Kiff. All rights reserved.

For more information, please visit the Sainsbury Centre website.


UEA London Lectures: Radio blips and blasts: pulsars and our understanding of the cosmos

 

Date:

Thursday 28 March 2019, 6:30 - 8pm

Location:

Regent Street Cinema, London

Event Category:

All lectures, Normal, UEA London Lectures, UEA Alumni

Ticket Price:

Free

Thursday 28 March, 6.30pm

UEA London Lectures 2019

Radio blips and blasts: pulsars and our understanding of the cosmos

Regent Street Cinema, 307 Regent Street, London, W1B 2UW

Since their discovery in 1967, observations of pulsars – the incredibly dense, highly magnetic, rapidly rotating remnants of supernova explosions – have been used to increase our understanding in many areas of fundamental physics and astrophysics. In this lecture, UEA's Dr Robert Ferdman will discuss the state of astrophysics leading up to and including this momentous discovery, and how observation since then of these cosmic lighthouses has shed important light on our understanding of the Universe: from testing Einstein’s theories, to probing extreme conditions that we could never hope to reproduce on Earth.

Can't make it to the event? The UEA London Lectures will be streamed live via the UEA Alumni Association Facebook page, and will be available to view on the UEA YouTube channel the following week.

To book your free tickets, please visit our booking page.


UEA London Lectures: Water and war

 

Date:

Thursday 2 May 2019, 6:30 - 8pm

Location:

Regent Street Cinema, London

Event Category:

All lectures, Normal, UEA London Lectures, UEA Alumni

Ticket Price:

Free

Thursday 2 May, 6.30pm

UEA London Lectures 2019

Water and war

Regent Street Cinema, 307 Regent Street, London, W1B 2UW

Water can be as much a source of pain and misery as it is the basis of life. It is robbed of its nourishing essence when used to exclude and preclude in the Congo, lubricate ethnic cleansing in the West Bank, drown villages in Sudan, or clear the killing fields in Lebanon and Iraq. In this lecture, UEA's Prof Mark Zeitoun will explore the people who resist this theft as the vital inspiration we need to face the future.

This lecture will be preceded by a special screening of the short film Merowe Dam: A Shattered Dream, featuring the research that Prof Zeitoun worked on with Dr Nada Ali and Dr Mohammed Jalal. Screening will begin promptly at 6pm at Regent Street Cinema (run time 30 mins).

Can't make it to the event? The UEA London Lectures will be streamed live via the UEA Alumni Association Facebook page, and will be available to view on the UEA YouTube channel the following week.

To book your free tickets, please visit our booking page.


HSC Seminar Series: Dr Jamie Murdoch

 

Date:

Wednesday 17 October 2018, 12:30 - 1:30pm

Location:

Queens Building 01.09

Wednesday 17 October, 12.30 – 1.30pm, Seminar Presentation.  Queens Building 01.09

“Developing new methods to evaluate complex health interventions: analysing context, texts and disruptions”

Dr Jamie Murdoch, Research Fellow in Process Evaluation Methodology, School of Health Sciences, UEA

 

Free.  All welcome.  Contact: sally.beet@uea.ac.uk.


HSC Seminar Series: Marcus Redley

 

Date:

Wednesday 31 October 2018, 1 - 2pm

Location:

Queens Building 01.09

Wednesday 31 October, 1 – 2pm, Queens Building 01.09

“Full and equal equality: what consensus can there be in the case of people labelled as having an intellectual disability under the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities?”

Marcus Redley, Senior Research Associate, School of Health Sciences, UEA

 


HSC Seminar Series: The Power of Volunteering - Colin Rochester, David Horton Smith, Jurgen Grotz

 

Date:

Thursday 1 November 2018, 2 - 3:30pm

Location:

Julian Study Centre 2.02

Thursday 1 November 2 - 3.30pmJulian Study Centre 2.02  The Power of Volunteering.  Speakers: Colin Rochester, David Horton Smith, Jurgen Grotz

HSC Seminar Series: Professor Jennifer Whitty

 

Date:

Wednesday 21 November 2018, 1 - 2pm

“Evaluating the costs and benefits of health care from a patient’s perspective: getting to the heart of the matter”

Wednesday 21 November 1 - 2pm. 

SpeakerProfessor Jennifer Whitty, Professor of Health Economics, Norwich Medical School, UEA