Transported through an embodied and architectural sound-scape, you are invited to reflect on the power structures that shape Britain's relationship to the notion of home ownership.
Is the universal creative impulse the path to Utopia?
Follow up questions and a modified version for students with literacy learning needs i...
We’ve put together a selection of the best hostels to spend Valentine’s Day, whether you’re looking for love or enjoying the single life. And with a bed waiting for you just upstairs, you can really let your hair down this Valentine’s Day. If you’re feeling particularly adventurous you can take part in a spot of speed-dating – because even the most outgoing traveller sometimes needs a little help to break the ice.
From speed dating in Madrid to a micro-brewery full of beautiful people in Berlin, dead flowers and broken hearts in Prague to ruin bars in Budapest. Upload a picture to Facebook or Twitter using the hashtag #lovingcatshostel and you’ll get a free shot. The legendary Anti-Valentine’s party at the Roxy Club is the perfect antidote to sickly-sweet PDAs and expensive presents.
Building on research commissioned by the Gulbenkian Foundation and the work of the Multilingual Creativity Advisory Committee based at the Free Word Centre, the Cultural Institute at King’s and Free Word Centre will host a series of events over the 2015-16 academic year which bring together schools, libraries, community organisations, academics and researchers, arts and cultural organisations, arts practitioners, funding bodies, the media and publishers.
These events explore creative approaches to engaging with and promoting multilingual skills and will focus on forging key links, sharing knowledge and showcasing best practice in projects and training, as well as serve as a scoping exercise to identify further training needs across the sector.
We would like to hear from you if you have a research project to contribute or learning or practice to inform the discussions in this event series.
The workshop on 25 May will include 'speed dating'.
Meet partners interested in multilingual creativity from schools, universities, museums, libraries, publishers and arts, cultural and community organisations as well as freelance multilingual practitioners such as writers and translators.
Hear about their work, share your own experiences and forge links to develop new partnerships and projects.