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ADAPT Live - Being Human Festival 2017

ADAPT Live - Being Human Festival 2017

Thursday 23rd November 2017
Bradford BD1 1NQ, National Science & Media Museum
´╗┐As part of the Being Human Festival, the ADAPT team presents a series of events offering the opportunity to fully immerse yourself in how television was made in the early days. ADAPT Live brings together some of the most extraordinary television pioneers and veteran TV crews, demonstrating the great skills that brought us the first colour TV shows and the first documentaries shot on film and on location in the 1960s/70s. You'll have the chance to get hands-on with some of the original kit and view unique footage filmed by the ADAPT team at RHUL. Q&A sessions will give you the opportunity to find out exactly what making early TV was like, and our Memory Booth is your chance to tell us what television in the early days meant to you!
Performing Wild Geographies Workshop

Performing Wild Geographies Workshop

Thursday 30th November 2017
Egham Campus
This workshop is for postgraduate students in Cultural Geography, Quaternary Science, Drama, Theatre and Dance. Embracing disparate disciplinary perspectives and methods, this workshop sets out to explore how scientist, geographers and artists might work together. Part of an ongoing research project by Dr. David Overend (Drama, Theatre & Dance) and Prof. Danielle Schreve (Geography), Performing Wild Geographies imagines repopulating the British countryside with past inhabitants; animals that have not lived here for several thousand years. The workshop, focussed on collaborative performance-making strategies is a cross-disciplinary experiment in engaging the public with the 'rewilding' movement.



Contact HARI

Humanities and Arts Research Institute

c/o Department of Media Arts

Royal Holloway, University of London



TW20 0EX

Telephone: +44 (0) 1784 443734
Email: hari@royalholloway.ac.uk 

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