If you’d like to gain some insight and advice from an internationally renowned British photographer, then join Nicholas Sinclair on Tuesday 5 November, 6pm, at the Briggs Café, Kensington campus.
Nicholas, who is a Visiting Professor for…
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In 2016, filmmaker Bex Devaraj and anthropologist Anne Lotter were given unique access to one of the biggest slums in Kampala, Uganda, where every day is a struggle for survival.
In this intimate film, six courageous women share their stories…
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The IVAC research centre was proud to co-host with Strange Attractor Press the launch of Dr. Fred Vermorel's new book, 'Dead Fashion Girl: A Situationist Detective Story', on Thursday 3 October. The book is 'A crime and a six-decade cover-up:…
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The Third Superhero Project hosted in Essen, Germany was an interdisciplinary event of over 20 different nationalities that bridged together academia, fandom and industry to discuss the evolving superhero phenomenon in film, television, comics,…
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Professor Eleonora Diamanti (Richmond in Rome) will present her ethnographic film, “Guardians of the Night”, at the Urban Audio-visual Festival, Lisbon, 28-30 June.
The film is an Official Selection in the Shorts Film Category. “Guardians…
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Assistant Professor Serena Katt’s graphic novel ‘Sunday’s Child’ was adjudged Best graphic Novel of the Month in this Sunday’s Observer.
Serena Katt's grandfather, whom she knew as Opa, was a 'Sunday's Child', one of the lucky ones…
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IVAC is delighted to have sponsored the launch of the magazine WOMEN: ART: WORK published by students on the Working in the Art World course, this spring.
This cutting-edge magazine, launched at a lively reception on 17 April, focuses on…
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Laura Elizabeth Shea has a chapter entitled 'Deep South: Intersections of race, gender and travel in Sally Mann’s landscape photographs' in the edited volume 'Encountering Difference: New Perspectives on Gender, Travel and Genre', edited by…
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Thursday, April 11th from 6 to 10 pm at Close-Up Cinema in Shoreditch at 97 Sclater St, London E1 6HR.
Discover exciting short films including the Oscar nominated Dekalb Elementary starring Tarra Riggs - best known for her role as Gretchen…
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Dr. Robert J. Wallis has an article in the latest issue of the open access journal 'Religions'. The paper is entitled 'Art and Shamanism: from Cave Painting to the White Cube' and is available to download for free. The special issue, 'Explorations…
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