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#SotonAstroArt Online Workshop

The #SotonAstroArt workshops are back! Make you own astronomy research inspired art, with 'scientifically accurate' stars while you can have a live chat with the scientists. Le ...Read More

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Beyond 'Disorders': Neurodiversity, Radical Empathy, and the Future of Mental Health - NEW DATE

Join Dr Kurt Sylvan, Philosophy at the University of Southampton, for this online event that explores the philosophy of neurodiversity. The neurodiversity movement is organised ...Read More

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Chinese Health Qigong

Baduanjin is an ancient Chinese Qigong exercise for health, based on Traditional Chinese Medicine theory. It is believed to have been created 1000 years ago by the Chinese General ...Read More

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Draw Your Breath | Online meditation+art activity

Join Dr Gil Dekel in a short guided meditation, focusing on our breathing, and then continue the meditation by putting pen to paper and drawing your breath... We will not just ...Read More

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Enduring Freedom? The 20-year mission in Afghanistan

Thursday 7 October 2021 marked the twenty-year anniversary of the start of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan - the NATO operation endorsed by the UN Security Council follow ...Read More

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Exploring Alt-Text as Poetry - NEW DATE

Alt-text is what makes digital images accessible to blind and low-vision internet users. In alt-text, visual information is translated into a verbal description, usually stored as ...Read More

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Guarding the love

An amazing chance to start your exploration to Chinese! - A new narrative of an ancient myth - Interesting transmedia materials - Interactive learning experience A romanti ...Read More

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Human minds, animal minds, and alien minds: exploring the outer limits of thought

Join Dr Kurt Sylvan, Philosophy at the University of Southampton, for this online event that explores the philosophy of neurodiversity, and the possible limits of human thought and ...Read More

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JAZZ | Ashley Henry at Turner Sims

Turner Sims are delighted to welcome South London pianist Ashley Henry with his trio. One of a new generation of musicians that have been raised with a wide range of influences, As ...Read More

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John Hansard Gallery presents Hydromancy by Matterlurgy

This November, John Hansard Gallery is proud to showing the work Hydromancy by Matterlurgy. Hydromancy is a single channel video that unfolds practices of ocean modeling and simula ...Read More

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Making Paper Rice Dumplings

Zongzi (sticky rice dumplings) are traditionally eaten during the Duanwu Festival (Doubler Fifth Festival) which falls on the fifth day of the fifth month of the Chinese lunar cale ...Read More

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Monarch Butterflies, the Mexican Day of the Dead in Covid Times and Renewal

This family friendly workshop, co-led by Dr Jane Lavery and British-Mexican-American artist Emily Wood Ramirez Ahmed, focuses on the Mexican Day of the Dead to raise awareness of t ...Read More

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Paper Cutting - reducing stress

Paper Cutting is a very distinctive visual art of Chinese handicrafts. Its history may date back to the 6th century. From the 7th to 13th century, paper cutting became popular espe ...Read More

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Paper Lantern Making

Beautiful lanterns are seen during Chinese festivals. Historians believe that the Chinese first began making the now traditional lanterns during the Eastern Han Dynasty (25-220 ...Read More

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Research Café 41, in partnership with Tea Talks

At this event Winchester School of Art's Adam Procter and Pascal Matthias will discuss their research and teaching areas - games and fashion marketing, and the positive social impa ...Read More

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Research Café 42 for International Day of People with Disabilities

Join us at the John Hansard Gallery for the 42nd Research Café event marking International Day of People with Disabilities, as part of UK Disability History Month, led by the Unive ...Read More

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Stories of Spaces and Places

Stories of Spaces and Places is a citizen science project in collaboration with the Council for British Archaeology examining the role of special places and their role in wellbeing ...Read More

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Tales of the Accidental City: Q&A with director Maïmouna Jallow

Watch the Q&A session that follow the live screening of Tales of the Accidental City, with its director and actress, Maïmouna Jallow. Tales of the Accidental City is a 90-minute ...Read More

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UoS Music Presents | Real Telepaths at Turner Sims

Presented by the University of Southampton Music Department, his concert is performed by the Hartley Loop Orchestra (University of Southampton music students) alongside composer Ne ...Read More

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What happened at the COP and what does it mean for the world?

The UK is hosting COP26, where it seeks to unite the world to tackle climate change. Will we see meaningful renewed commitments to accelerate action towards the goals of the Pa ...Read More

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What's In Store: Imagining Future High Streets

How can we use the world of online shopping to help us reconnect with our local shopfronts? Using a series of creative prompts from commissioned artists exhibiting in the high stre ...Read More

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With New Words: Poetic Science Panel Discussion

Poetic Science aims to foster an environment that supports community-based researchers and/or citizen scientists and University researchers in the sciences to develop creative and ...Read More

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Writers in Conversation with Prize-Winning Writer Patrice Lawrence

Patrice Lawrence, an author who has been awarded an MBE for books including the novel "Orange Boy, will discuss "Diver's Daughter: A Tudor Story," a book set in Southampton, with C ...Read More

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Writers in Conversation with Southampton's Rebecca Smith

Rebecca Smith, novelist and principal teaching fellow in Creative Writing at the University of Southampton, will talk about her latest novel, "Shadow Cat Summer," with Carole Burns ...Read More

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