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January 2017

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The question of how humans relate to other animals has captivated philosophers, anthropologists, scientists, ethicists and artists for centuries.This collection will bring together over 100 objects from literature, film, taxidermy and photography to examine what we think, feel and value about other species and the consequences this has for the world around us.

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21

May

 

March 2017

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This exhibition will explore how a local resident played an integral part in the history of British tattooing and present new, thought-provoking artwork created by some of Kingston's talented tattoo artists/

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15

April


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A major new site-specific commission for our inaugural Dorich House Fellowship, inspired by the alternative and anecdotal legacies of the house. Lloyd's practice centres on film and video, while engaging with sculpture, painting and installation. Our thanks to Sadie Coles HQ.

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29

April


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This year's Lent series will explore the lessons that may be learned when the church engages with different aspects of contemporary society. Expert speakers will help us to examine the questions and issues that emerge in the dialogue between the Christian faith and five different facets of modern life. The talks take place in All Saints Church, Market Place, Kingston and run from 1.10pm–2.00pm. Each session will include plenty of time for questions and discussion.

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6

April


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Spring is the perfect time to grab a bargain in Kingston Market! Beginning the weekend of 18 and 19 March and carrying on throughout Spring, the Ancient Market will be bursting at the seams with all manner of Vintage and Crafts markets, jewellery and other pop-up markets and stalls.

until

28

May


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Barbican Centre, Silk St, London EC2Y 8DS

As part of 'The Japanese House: Architecture and Life after 1945' exhibition, Kingston staff member Takeshi Hayatsu was commissioned by the Barbican Centre to create a teahouse designed by Fujimori.

until

25

June


Room 0025, Kingston Business School, Kingston Hill campus, Kingston Hill, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey

Christos Tsoumanis will be outlining the work of the European Commission, and in particular DG Competition during this lecture aimed at students wishing to find out about the procedures for getting a job or traineeship with the EU institutions and agencies, and to hear from a case handler working for the EU.

Monday

27

March


St John the Evangelist Church, Grove Lane, Kingston Upon Thames

Hosted by students from sociology, dance, music and film, media and television.

Tuesday

28

March

 

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