Cultural exchange festival at Queen Mary University
QUEEN Mary, University of London will be one of nine London universities to throw open its doors to the public this month for a new one-week festival called Inside Out. Organised by the London Centre for Arts and Cultural Exchange the festival aims to pro
QUEEN Mary, University of London will be one of nine London universities to throw open its doors to the public this month for a new one-week festival called Inside Out.
Organised by the London Centre for Arts and Cultural Exchange the festival aims to promote better links between the capital's higher education institutions and its cultural sector.
Professionals will come together to discuss Is Creativity Predictable (enough)? at Queen Mary's new media, arts and technology centre in Mile End on Thursday, October 22.
Through workshops, discussions and viewings of installations and artworks, audiences can decide whether creation and prediction should be regarded as opposites.
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The Festival will showcase the exciting, unexpected and sometimes unsung contribution made by nine London universities, including Queen Mary, to the arts and culture.
A programme of public events will include film, music, literature and visual art, exhibitions and screenings, workshops and debates.
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Is Creativity Predictable (enough)? is on in the Arts Building at Queen Mary University of London in Mile End from 3-5.30pm or 6.30-9pm on Thursday, October 22.