UCL Festival of the Arts

2013 Events


Art

ART

   

 Date

 Time

 Title

7 May -
6 June
1pm - 5pm
(Mon - Fri)
Duet: 5th Annual Slade/UCL Art Museum Collaboration
7 May
2pm - 4pm
Turning Landscape into Colour
8 May 2pm - 5pm Slade Salon
8 May
6.30pm - 7.30pm Flaxman Exchange Lecture
9 May
6.30pm - 7.30pm
Self-Exposed: The Intensity and Variety of Self-Portraiture
9 May
6.30pm - 8.30pm
Private View - Duet: 5th Annual Slade/UCL Art Museum Collaboration
10 May
1pm - 2.30pm
Mirror, Mirror, On the Wall…
13 May
6.30pm - 8pm Visual Representations of Violent Pasts
13 May
6.30pm - 7.30pm Refunctioning the Media in the Work of John Heartfield
14 May
1pm - 2pm
Slade Collaboration in Conversation
14 May
6.30pm - 7.30pm Dada and the Great Mother: The Psychology of Art and the Art of Psychology

Classics

CLASSICS

   

Date

Time

Title

8 May
6pm - 7pm
The Theatre that Moved the Soul: Understanding the Power of Ancient Greek Drama
15 May
1pm - 2pm
Drama & Theatre in Ancient Rome: Braggart Soldiers, Parasites & Murderers?
16 May
1pm - 2pm Myth: From the Ancient World to Modernity

Film

FILM

   

 Date

Time

Title

7 May
1pm - 2pm
Colour, Music, Movement!
7 May
6.30pm - 7.45pm
Sense and Madness in Screwball Comedy
7 May
6.30pm - 9pm Chronique d'un Été - Truth and Lies on the Big Screen
9 May
1pm - 2pm The World Through a Russian Lens
10 May
1pm - 2pm Smoking at the Odeon: Memories of British Cinema-Going of the 1960s
13 May
1pm - 2pm A Movie Lincoln for 1930s Hard Times: John Ford's 'Young Mr Lincoln'
14 May
6pm - 9pm
Martial Arts: Screening of 'The Sword Identity' (2011)

History & Culture

HISTORY

& CULTURE

 

Date

Time

Title

7 May
1pm - 2pm
Mafia Republic: Democracy, Prosperity & Organised Crime in Italy from 1946 to the Present Day
7 May
1pm - 2pm 'Honorary British Dramatists': Translations, Versions and Adaptations on the London Stage
8 May
1pm - 2pm '28/30. Good.' - Accessing Gordon Childe and the Institute of Archaeology through Student Records: Archives, Memory and Nostalgia
8 May
1pm - 2pm Lunchtime Poetry: Five UCL Poets - Live
8 May
7pm - 9pm
Café Culture Series: What are Fairy Tales?
9 May
1pm - 3pm
Choosing to Remember/Choosing to Forget: Shaping Legacies of a Violent Past
9 May 1pm - 1.30pm Jeremy Bentham on the Sexuality of Jesus
9 May 6.30pm - 7.30pm
Primitivism: The Power of Unruly Passions
11 May
9.30am - 6pm
Interdisciplinary Postmodernism: Re-Thinking the Sixties
13 May
1pm - 2pm
Who or What Killed Franz Ferdinand?
14 May
1pm - 2pm Heaven & Hell Over Lunch: An Introduction to Dante
14 May
6.30pm - 7.30pm W.G. Sebald - New Views of an Old Master
15 May
6.30pm - 7.30pm Lingua franca: Global and Local French in the Middle Ages
15 May
6.30pm - 7.30pm Do You Really Know Jane Austen? The Ultimate Quiz
16 May
6.30pm - 7.30pm Queer Middle Ages: Saints and Knights
16 May
6.30pm - 7.30pm Staging Daniel's 'Cleopatra'

**RESCHEDULED**

15 October

6pm
**RESCHEDULED** - "Let Nature Have You For a While!" - Scandinavian Landscapes in Song

Philosophy

PHILOSOPHY

   

Date

Time

Title

8 May
1pm - 2pm Risk, Safety and the Price of Life
8 May
1pm - 2pm What Makes a Piece of Music Romantic?
9 May
6.30pm - 7.30pm Just Highway Robbery & the Super-rich: Their Money or Their Political Rights!