What's on this week at the University of Leicester

Posted by mjs76 at Oct 31, 2010 09:00 AM |
Events from Monday 1 November to Sunday 7 November 2010.

Monday 1 November 2010

Monitoring active volcanies

Lecture by Dr Hazel Rymer (Open University) to the Leicester Literary and Philosophical Society.

Tuesday 2 November 2010

Lunchtime Soundbite

Light lunchtime entertainment for free every Tuesday and Thursday at Embrace Arts.

  • Embrace Arts, 12.45pm, free, More information
  • Museums, moralities and human rights

    Public inaugural lecture by Professor Richard Sandell from the School of Museum Studies

    From Haifa to Stevenage, Sarawak to the East End: the British avant-garde, colonialism and the welfare state

    Public lecture by Professor Mark Crinson (University of Manchester) for the Department of History of Art and Film

  • Ken Edwards Building Lecture Theatre 2, 5,30pm, free, More information
  • Wednesday 3 November 2010

    Marginalising Risk

    Seminar by Professor Steven L Schwarcz (Duke University) for the School of Law.

    Exceptionally well-preserved fossils from the Charnwood Forest and Christian Malford (Wilts)

    Lecture by Dr Philip Wilby (British Geological Survey) for the Leicester Literary and Philosophical Society.

    Thursday 4 November 2010

    Lunchtime Soundbite

    Light lunchtime entertainment for free every Tuesday and Thursday at Embrace Arts.

  • Embrace Arts, 12.45pm, free, More information
  • Dr Mike Branney Trio

    Music at the Arts Bar: the best in regional jazz and blues.

    Friday 5 November 2010

    Theatre for people with Learning Disabilities

    Workshop organised by Speakeasy Theatre.

    Saturday 6 November 2010

    Intro to linocut

    Workshop led by Sarah Kirby. Organised by Leicester Print Workshop.

    Kingfisher Chorale

    Music by Handel and Vivaldi. In association with Embrace Arts.

    Midlake

    Plus John Grant and Jason Lyttle (Grandaddy)

    Propaganda

    Over 18s only.

    Ongoing exhibitions

    Passion2Print

    2 October to 11 December 2010