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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.
Held at the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art, the exhibition 'War in the Sunshine, The British in Italy 1917 - 1918', will feature a talk by the exhibition's curator, Dr Jonathan Black.
As part of 'The Japanese House: Architecture and Life after 1945' exhibition, Kingston staff and students were commissioned by the Barbican Centre to design and build a teahouse for this exhibition.
Hosted by students from sociology, dance, music and film, media and television.
Vaughan Williams' haunting cantata, written in response to the First World War, describes the end of time and the descent of the holy city from Heaven. It is a visionary work of great power, rarely performed due to the complex choral input, including a distant children's choir. This performance is at the request of the late Ian Buist, scholar, humanitarian, gay rights activist and distinguished civil servant, who sang Sanctas Civitas with the Oxford Bach Choir, conducted by Vaughan Williams himself. The choir will be joined by Wimbledon Youth Choir and trebles from Shrewsbury House School, Surbiton.
Kingston University presents a festival of creative live performance.
The 2017 Undergraduate Degree Show for the Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture at Kingston University is a great celebration of our students' achievements.
Kingston University's Fashion BA(Hons) students will be at Graduate Fashion Week 2017, the world's leading event for fashion graduates.