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Nicole Wermers exhibition

The Stanley Picker Gallery exhibitionThe London Shape by Nicole Wermers runs until 24 May 2014.

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Athens alumni reception

The annual alumni reception to be held at the British Ambassador's residence in Athens.

Undergraduate Degree Show

The show at Knights Park is a great celebration of our art, design & architecture students' achievements in 2014.

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Stories of the borough told through a tour of the museum. Free talk on the first Thursday of each month until October.

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2

October


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Take a walk through the dark streets of Kingston-past to discover tales of theft, murder and heresy. Stories of terrible crimes and even more brutal punishments are told through art, film, sound and stage settings.

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26

April


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The London Shape is the name attributed to the particular shape of teapots and cups characterized by a fanciful design, based upon Grecian ornamentation, that appeared in 1812 to almost instant popularity and became dominant over the common Bute by 1820.

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24

May


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The British Army arrives to translate Gaelic place names into the King's English. Farm girl Máire finds herself torn between the affections of the local school teacher and the love of a British soldier, between her native tongue and a new language, between the comfort of the world she knows and the excitement of foreign possibilities.

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3

May


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In this session, we propose to address a question raised by Naoki Sakaï: What kind of social relation is translation in the first place? Our premise is that translation, rather than a simple communicational exchange between two agents, needs to be analysed in connection with the historical and social specificity of the relations it enacts. This series of Studio Session is run in partnership with the Institute of Contemporary Arts.

Thursday

24

April

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