As part of the Politicized Practice Research Group Seminar Series, the School of the Arts, English & Drama will be staging Curating National Narratives in the new Radar ArtSpace next Wednesday 10th May.
This joint talk by Sofia Mali and Marina Maximova will explore the different ways that national narratives are reproduced and communicated through exhibitions. It will examine the curatorial processes taking place in different settings: European national museums and the Venice Biennale.
The event takes place between 12-2pm on Wednesday 10th May in the Radar ArtSpace in the Edward Barnsleu Building. Admission is free, but booking is required – to do so, email your interest to email@example.com.
Their graduating MA Creative Writing cohort will read a selection of work from the portfolios they have developed over the last year. You can expect to hear poetry, young adult fiction, thriller, sci-fi and lots more, with each student reading for approximately 10 minutes.
The event is taking place in the Stanley Evernden Studio in Martin Hall, between 7-9pm. Refreshments will be provided. To book your place, visit the link below:
I, Daniel Blake is an important and powerful film about the nature of work and life on benefits in contemporary Britain. Directed by Ken Loach and starring Dave Johns as the title character, it won the prestigious Palme d’Or at the 2016 Cannes Festival.
The event is organised and sponsored by the Centre for Professional Work and Society (CPWS), in the School of Business and Economics at Loughborough University.
The screening is free, but booking is necessary. To attend, visit the link below:
The Loughborough Legend tells the enthralling true story of a young boy who dared to dream…and James Arthur Harley dreamed big, leaving his island home of Antigua in the 1890’s to navigate the doubled complexities of the oppressive racism in America and England with grace, style and dignity to achieve an esteemed education and his childhood ambition, but at what price?
The gifted scholar attended Yale, Harvard and Oxford universities at the turn of the 20th Century, before becoming the 1910 Shepshed curate who reinvigorated the local community, and the 1920s Councillor and Loughborough College Governor dubbed the Stormy Petrel.
Written and presented by Pamela Roberts, author, historian and new playwright, The Loughborough Legend is on at the Cope Auditorium on Saturday 6th May at 7pm. Tickets cost £5. To book online visit the link below:
The School of Arts, English & Drama have just opened this year’s Overton Poetry Prize, which is held annually in memory of Professor Bill Overton (1946-2012). The School offers this prize for a sequence of poems on any subject, up to 300 lines. The first-placed entry will be published in chapbook form by the University’s Lamplight Press. There will be two further prizes of £50 each.
Much of Professor Overton’s teaching and writing was on poetry, and the proceeds from this competition fund an early-career poet in residence for Loughborough University. Students from the School can study Creative Writing modules at BA level, and undertake an MA and PhD in Creative Writing. The School hopes that this poetry prize, set up in the Professor’s memory, will contribute to the creative life of the School of the Arts, English and Drama and the experience of our students.
The Overton Poetry Prize 2017 will close on 1st September 2017, and the winner will be announced at the end of September 2017. Details of how to enter can be found via the School’s website below:
Creative and Print Services have recently expanded their services to include the University Mailroom and Parcels. Formerly part of Facilities Management, mail and parcels have been integrated with Print Services delivering a joined up approach to all print, post and distribution services.
From 3rd April 2017, the Herbert Manzoni Building will be adapted and refurbished to bring all three services under one roof including an exciting new look foyer and reception area providing a one-stop-shop for print, parcels and post services.
During this period the counter services operating from the Herbert Manzoni Building will be closed from Thursday 20th April and relocated to the ground floor of Sir Arnold Hall (building 63) and Parcels (Student Accommodation Building – building 52) until the end of May. A pop-up service from Sir Arnold Hall will include printing, copying and binding and services from Parcels will include all mail and parcel services.
Whilst every effort will be made to ensure business runs as usual, there may be some disruption to services during this period. If you need to meet a deadline please ensure you allow plenty of time to get your work printed and bound in advance. For further information please visit the Creative and Print Services website or contact the team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Saturday 25th March University Facility Management shall be tarmacking across a stretch of University Road following the replacement of a water main between Telford Hall and the Wolfson Building. This means that University Road will be closed between Pilkington Library and University Lodge on Saturday 25th March 7.30am until 10.30am approximately.
The bus service will still run but will enter the campus off Epinal Way loop round Margaret Keay Road back onto University Road and out of the Epinal Way entrance. They will then go up Ashby road to the roundabout down Holywell Way to Holywell Park bus stop and then reverse the route. Please note that the bus stops on University Road shall not be in use during these times apart from the stop opposite Rutland Building.
Visitors arriving by car will only be able to access the Library Car Park through the Holywell Park/Burleigh Court entrance.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Crazy Like Machines is a dance and visual art project with a social and political backdrop which aims to build an accessible and informal educational methodology to develop an innovative model of collaborative research and participatory performances.
Pushing the boundaries between verbal and non-verbal communication to explore the role of immediacy and mediation in drawings and dance to create cohesion in the group, the audience is encouraged to be actively part of an ongoing creative process in the form of performative workshops in order to build a ‘personal and non-linear visual narrative manifesto’.
Chiara Dellerba is a visual artist whose work experiments with the potential energy of the human body. Her pieces are often site-specific with an interest in the dichotomy between energy/movement, and time of reaction/determined space. Dellerba’s practice is an organic open work structure of experimentation using a system of signs and methodologies. She investigates the unconscious necessity for human beings to regenerate their lives, their environment, their relationships, and their way of perceiving a reality in order to be actively part of it.