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  • Webinar: Global Cafe (Morning)

    Date: 30 April - 28 May 2020
    Venue: Blackboard webinar

    Stay connected with other students and staff from around the world, while meeting new people. Everyone welcome to join!
  • Global Cafe (Afternoon)

    Date: 30 April - 20 August 2020
    Venue: Blackboard webinar

    Join other students and staff from around the world to practise your English language, all while meeting new people in a relaxing environment. All levels and everyone are welcome!
  • Rules vs. Principles-based Regulation: What can we learn from different professions?

    Date: 28 May 2020
    Venue: https://ca.bbcollab.com/guest/7991ffbcce91485ea20801eb18235373

    There is an active debate in many disciplines about the most appropriate approach to regulation and enforcement. The workshop intends to bring together participants from different disciplines to provide an overview of the predominant approaches, along with the respective debates, experiences, and challenges. Common experiences and core issues can be identified. The event is of interest to both public and private sector participants: Policy-makers, government enforcement agencies, academics, and industry professionals in the area of, and affected by, regulation, in various disciplines.
  • Global Café: Eid Special

    Date: 28 May 2020

    Join us to celebrate Eid-al-Fitr, the Muslim cultural festival that follows Ramadan on Thursday 28th May at 14:30pm. Guests will include UWE's Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity team and UWEBIC's students who will join us to explain the religious celebration of Ramadan.
  • Global Café: World Environment Day Special

    Date: 04 June 2020
    Venue: Online Blackboard Collaborate

    Join us to celebrate World Environment Day. Discuss how best we tackle the major challenges society faces in reducing our impact on the environment, and what UWE is doing to help.
  • Online Open Event - Undergraduate

    Date: 06 June - 12 June 2020

    The best way to really get to know UWE Bristol is to come along to an Open Day. But right now, we have to keep everyone around us safe by staying home. So while physical events aren't possible at the moment, we're opening our doors digitally. Giving you everything you need to make a life-changing choice. So what's coming up?

  • Global Café: Intercultural Friendships & Connections

    Date: 11 June 2020
    Venue: Online Blackboard Collaborate

    Come along to talk about friendship. You might like to talk about your best friend, or maybe a good intercultural friendship you have. Together with the library team, we will look to explore how diverse language and cultural backgrounds can change the way you communicate.
  • Online Open Event - Postgraduate and Professional

    Date: 15 June 2020
    Venue: Online

    Normally, we open our doors to show how you can gain the knowledge you need and the connections to put it to work. But to keep everyone safe, we'd like to invite you to our Online Open Week – a series of digital events to help you decide if postgraduate study at UWE Bristol is the right choice for you.

  • Perfectly secluded from the "Busy Hum of Man": Humphry Repton and the Blaise Castle landscape by Dr Jane Bradney

    Date: 18 June 2020
    Venue: M Shed

    In partnership with M Shed, the Regional History Centre runs a monthly evening research seminar at M Shed, Bristol. Seminars are normally on the third Thursday of each month but please check the seminar programme for variations.

  • Channel 4 Symposium

    Date: 07 July 2020
    Venue: Waterside 3, The Watershed, 1 Canon's Road, Harbourside, Bristol, BS1 5TX

    New Frontiers? Channel 4's Move out of London - a one day international conference, hosted by the Moving Image Research Group, University of the West of England Bristol and the BAFTSS Screen Industries Special Interest Group.

  • Masterclass in Large Format Camera Photography and Printing Silver Gelatine Darkroom Prints

    Date: 13 July - 16 July 2020
    Venue: Centre for Fine Print Research, Bower Ashton Campus

    In this four day masterclass, participants will work with course tutor Frank Menger to learn about and use vintage and modern 5x4 large format cameras, making best use of camera movements, such as shift, tilt and swing, as well as the Scheimpflug principle to control depth of field.

  • Idea as Machine: Random Rules & Imperfect Systems

    Date: 15 July - 16 July 2020
    Venue: Centre for Fine Print Research, Bower Ashton

    This course will examine how rules and systems can be used to generate ideas within a visual arts or writing practice.

    You will explore concepts of unoriginality, the influence of context and the use of appropriation to create content and meaning. Students will work with drawing, writing, collage or a mixture of all three.

  • Masterclass in Early Photographic Printing Processes

    Date: 20 July - 24 July 2020
    Venue: Centre for Fine Print Research, Bower Ashton Campus

    This Centre for Fine Print Research course led by Dr Peter Moseley will introduce participants to five important early photographic processes - you will be able to make at least one print with each processes using your own images. All the specialist materials and fully stocked darkroom are provided, all that is necessary is to bring along those special images ready to be made into stunning and unique prints.

  • Japanese Scroll (maki-mono) & Accordion (ori-hon) Book Making

    Date: 23 July - 24 July 2020
    Venue: Centre for Fine Print Research, Bower Ashton

    This is an intensive two-day workshop on the traditional Japanese art of scroll making and accordion book making.

    Participants can expect to complete the course with two structures of approx. A5 size, both a cloth-covered scroll and a cloth-covered accordion book to take home.

  • The Poetry of Artists' Books

    Date: 29 July - 30 July 2020
    Venue: Center for Fine Print Research, Bower Ashton

    Join Jeremy Dixon, the poet and artist's book maker, for two days of inspirational, practical work devoted to producing your own unique poetic artists' book.

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