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LLC Blethers is a conference with a twist. The event consists of three panels of three PechaKucha presentations each. The presenters will address all aspects of academic and non-academic life in the School of Literature, Languages and Cultures community. The innovative and fast-paced PechaKucha format requires presenters to use only 20 slides and only 20 seconds per slide, thus creating a lively and fun setting for an informal get together. Presentations can address research, the stresses of academic life, projects at LLC, or any other topic related to their experience in University.
Students as Change Agents is an exciting five-day challenge that brings together students from different disciplines and all levels to tackle real-world problems set by external organisations from the non-profit, public, and private sectors.
Lisa Busby is a Scottish composer, vocalist, and improviser based in London. Situated across experimental music, performance art, and pop song, her practice often utilises the found and the prosaic, and manifests in various entangled modes – long-duration and site-specific work, video, non-standard scoring/notation, “anti-production” techniques for electronic music, and live improvisation for sound/body. Instrumentally she works with voice, turntables, hardware and software electronics, and electric guitar.
Officially launching the new Curious Edinburgh Astronomy Tour.
More details will be available soon.
THE EVENT IS FREE, BUT BOOKING A TICKET IS COMPULSORY.
Tickets will be released 1 month prior to the event.
This mini-exhibition is showcasing the current technological developments allowing for further exploration of Outer Space (from Scotland), contrasted with the development of conceptual ideas and scientific enquiries into the understanding of the Universe.
The dramatic 12th and 13th century changes that produced a Scottish common law can be particularly seen in Fife. This event is a minibus and walking tour of key sites: Loch Leven (where around 1130 the local culdees of St Serf fought a dramatic litigation with their neighbour, the Anglo-French incomer, Sir Robert of Lochore, “the furnace and fire of all iniquity” according to his opponents); the Cross Macduff high above Newburgh (probably a sanctuary site for those accused of crimes), and Markinch
In collaboration with the Festival of Creative learning, we hope to bring you an informative and entertaining evening, in which we will outline the ‘life’ of a book, from idea to publication. We will be joined by co-founders of publishing house 404 Ink, Heather McDaid and Laura Jones, and one of their authors, Chris McQueer. We’ll hear about publishing from practical and artistic perspectives, including a wee excerpt from one of Chris’s darkly hilarious books.
The event is split over two venues:
6:30pm-8pm Main University Library at George Square, Teaching Room 1.11.
8pm-10pm Teviot Loft Bar.
In January 2019, we brought together 10 scientists and 10 artists to create a piece of art on a postcard. Hosted by InterSci and ASCUS Art & Science, Art & Science on a Postcard was a networking and hands-on workshop for artists and scientists to exchange knowledge and ideas and to get creative with science.
InterSci's conversation series is back and better than ever!
Our Ask A Scientist series has been newly rebranded as ChatSci, providing a chance for people of all disciplines to chat about science, with the aim of encouraging collaboration and conversation.