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ALSS Events

Upcoming events within the Faculty of Arts, Law and Social Sciences.

 

 This w/c 12 June  If you have any queries about these events, please contact the person listed

 

@ARU_FacultyALSS

 

/AngliaRuskinALSS

 

 

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When

What

Where

Time

Detail

ALSS Target Audience

Faculty Contact

Monday 12 June

Artist and Curator in Conversation:

Jyll Bradley and Eliza Gluckman: Women in
Public Art

COS 124

6.30pm

Artist and Curator in Conversation:  Jyll Bradley and Eliza Gluckman: Women in Public Art

All Students / Staff / General Public

Contact:  veronique.chance@anglia.ac.uk

 

The event is free; booking via eventbrite at: www.aidandabet.co.uk

Wednesday 14 June

CSA Fashion Show 2017

The Junction, Cambridge.

6.30pm – 9pm

Our BA (Hons) and MA Fashion Design students showcase their latest collections on the catwalk.

Suitable for ages 16+ due to partial nudity.

Please note this event takes place at Cambridge Junction - bar open from 6.30pm, show starts at 7.30pm.

All Students / Staff / General Public

Contact: alsss-events@anglia.ac.uk

Wednesday 14 June

The Evolution of
Business in the Digital
Age

LAB 002

10:15am – 12.00pm

High profile leaders in the global technology sector, Russell Poole, Managing Director of Equinix UK and Dean Nelson, Head of Uber Compute, will explore key themes and issues that exist within the data centre industry.

Don’t miss the opportunity to hear from thought leaders from two of the most prominent organisations in the global technology sector. This unique event provides high quality content and knowledge to discuss one of the most important sectors that many people rely on for both business and pleasure.

All Students / Staff / General Public

Contact: rachel.thomason@anglia.ac.uk

 

Find out more and register now through Eventbrite: https://the-evolution-of-business.eventbrite.co.uk

Tuesday 20 June

Crossing Roads
Human Trafficking Practitioner Event

Ruskin Gallery

5.30 – 7.30pm

The Crossing, a mulit-screen exhibition on sex trafficking

Kate Roberts, Head of Office for the Human Trafficking Foundation

Reception with the opportunity for networking and discussion.

All Students / Staff / General Public

FREE event

 

Book your place here.

Monday 26 – Wednesday 28 June

Ways of Machine
Seeing

Various

Various

A two day workshop organised by CoDE, the Cambridge Digital Humanities Network and Cambridge Big Data.

All Students / Staff / General Public

FREE Event

 

Click here for more details

Friday 30 June

Smokescreen
Productions

Shell Shock

Mumford Theatre

6.00pm

Shell Shock is a stunning personal realisation of one soldier’s experience of learning to cope with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

All Students / Staff / General Public

Cost:

Tickets: £12.00 (£10.00 concessions, £6.00 with HM Forces/Veterans ID)

 

Book online now

Thursday 6 July

Private View

 

THEOREM

Ruskin Gallery

5.00 – 7.00pm

This is the second PhD exhibition and one-day symposium at Cambridge School of Art. This year we’re very pleased to host doctoral research in the visual arts from Kingston University London, Nottingham Trent and Derby Universities in conjunction with our own doctoral research.

For more details please visit the Ruskin Gallery website – www.anglia.ac.uk/ruskingallery

All Students / Staff / General Public

Contact: Jane.boyer@anglia.ac.uk

 

FREE Event