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blog: Joining up experiences

Recently I attended a meeting in Glasgow on the Global Politics of LGBT human rights, sponsored by Universities and Colleges Union, UCU and then contributed an outstilation. [read more...]

blog: Job: Systems Analyst - Centre for e-Research, KCL

King’s College London is undertaking the development of a pervasive e-environment to support and enhance all aspects of College business, including research and teaching. As part of this programme King’s has established the Centre for e-Research (CeRch). [read more...]

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blog: Sustainable development and humanities

Last week I was invited to speak at a meeting in Birmingham organised by the Higher Education Academy on sustainable development and the humanities. The poster and abstract was on the Liverpool site of teh HEA for history, the classics and archaeology, but the last time I looked had disappeared. [read more...]

Intimacy Meal Saturday 8/12

Intimacy Meal at The Albany on Saturday 8/12, from 8:30pm.

If you would like to meet the Intimacy artists and speakers in a relaxed and merry atmosphere while going for some on the one to-one or small group intimate performances at The Albany, come and have supper with us on Saturday 8/12 from 8:30pm.

Meal options cost 10 GBP p/p and are as following:

A. Jerk chicken, rice 'n peas, coleslaw + Slice of gateaux + Glass of wine
B. Jerk chicken, rice 'n peas, coleslaw + Fruit salad, creme fraiche + Glass of wine [read more...]

Final Call for Entries: Jerwood Moving Image Awards

Artists are invited to submit work online before the closing date of Monday 3 December in order to be considered for the Jerwood Moving Image Awards – a major new prize celebrating digital moving art. [read more...]

Intimacy Discussion Forum

Intimacy: Across Visceral and Digital Performance.

Discussion Forum Open!

As a precursor to the series of events that take place in December an online discussion is taking place on our Digital Arts and Humanities
group. http://www.arts-humanities.net/node/448 Join now to contribute. To kick things off, Intimacy organisers Maria Chatzichristodoulou [aka maria x] and Rachel Zerihan have kindly agreed to appear online for an interview to discuss the event and to give their responses to the theme of ‘being intimate’ in contemporary performance. [read more...]

blog: Meta community or community exchange

I am still thinking about a good name, a label or categorisation for this website. Up until recently, we called it a "meta-community" as it is designed to bring communities together. [read more...]

Intimacy: Across Digital and Visceral Performance - Book Online Now!

We are pleased to let you know that you can now book tickets online for the Seminars, Workshops and Symposium that have been scheduled to take place during the 3-day event: INTIMACY Across Visceral and Digital Performance.

Visit our website http://www.intimateperformance.org for the full programme and to book. Tickets are limited so Book Now! [read more...]

blog: The ANCIENT DIOLKOS is calling out for help...

25 October 2010:
Please see update at: http://www.arts-humanities.net/blog/sofiagreek
or go to http://www.youtube.com/user/sofiagreek for short videos and links to photos, articles and documents

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The Diolkos is the famous paved road commonly dated to around 600 BC and used to transport ships by land over the Isthmus of Corinth, Greece. The western end of this unique monument was excavated in the second half of the 1950s but its initial parts have since been left at the mercy of their position next to the Corinth Canal. [read more...]

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