An exciting five days of talks, workshops, and exhibitions!
Guest post by Jessica Thomas
Come to the UCL Festival of Culture for a week of events exploring the breadth and depth of research and teaching across the arts, humanities, social sciences and education at UCL.
Running over an exciting 5 days (3-7 June 2019) across the central London Bloomsbury Campus, the Festival features a packed programme of talks, debates, exclusive appearances, workshops, live performance, walking tours, film screenings and exhibitions.
Playing host to a wealth of award-winning authors, iconic artists, emerging talent, international writers and leading thinkers, UCL’s fourth Festival of Culture offers over 80 opportunities to engage with the ground-breaking ways in which UCL research challenges social norms, confronts the past and helps us to think critically about the present.
This year’s highlights:
Deeds Not Words: Helen Pankhurst In Conversation: Helen Pankhurst, great-granddaughter of Emmeline Pankhurst and granddaughter of Sylvia Pankhurst, leaders in the British suffragette movement, will be visiting UCL for a participatory discussion on women’s lives. Find more events on Monday 3 June
Languages of London: Celebrating Languages and Multilingualism in the City: We will be exploring what it means to be a multilingual speaker in the metropolis, and consider the social, cultural and communicative enrichment that multilingualism brings with it. Find more events on Tuesday 4 June
In Dialogue with Sharmaine Lovegrove, Founder and Publisher of Dialogue Books: An evening with the award-winning publisher and founder of Dialogue Books, Sharmaine Lovegrove, discussing the importance of diversity and inclusion in the arts and publishing industry. Find more events on Wednesday 5 June
Popular Feminisms: Tactics in Turbulent Times: This evening ‘salon’ invites lively discussion and debate on the future of feminist activism in the UK today. Find more events on Thursday 6 June 2096535255
OUTburst!: A celebration of 10 years of [email protected], with hilarious professional comedian (Cally Beaton) and an insightful poet (Jay Hulme) who are both at the forefront of contemporary gender experiences. Find more events on Friday 7 June
And much, much more…
Come along, challenge your thinking and explore new ways of understanding our world.
Venues across our Bloomsbury campus, in the heart of cultural London.
All are welcome. Take a look at the exciting events planned and book your place,