5Oct Jock McFadyen RA – The Creative Process!

Jock McFadyen RA – The Creative Process!

We are delighted to announce that the eminent artist Jock McFadyen RA will speak at The Creative Process at the Warwick Arts Centre this autumn. Jock McFadyen has been at the forefront of British art for several decades, during which time he has had over 40 solo exhibitions and several high-profile appointments. He was appointed Artist in Residence at the National Gallery in 1981 and was later commissioned by the Imperial War Museum to record events surrounding the dismantling of the Berlin Wall.  In 2012 he was elected a Royal Academician and we are thrilled that he will be joining us this year.

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20Sep Steve Mould – GCSE Science in Action 2018!

Steve Mould – GCSE Science in Action 2018!

We are delighted to announce that Steve Mould will be joining us for our spring special. Steve is a science presenter and comedian who appears as the science expert on television shows such as The One Show, QI and Blue Peter. He has a YouTube channel with more than 100,000 subscribers, and his videos have been watched more than a million times. Steve will be delivering a demo-packed session on how to be a scientist – this is not to be missed!

 

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20Sep Dr Gabriel Brooks – Biology in Action 2018!

Dr Gabriel Brooks – Biology in Action 2018!

Dr Gabriel Brooks, Medical Director, GE Life Sciences to join Biology in Action spring 2018.
Gabriel will take us on a journey from drug discovery to clinical trial.

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24Aug Education in Action 2017-2018: London, the Midlands, Manchester

Education in Action 2017-2018: London, the Midlands, Manchester

To inspire, to motivate, to challenge, to educate, to excel

We are very much looking forward to the start of the new term.

Our Education in Action days are designed to motivate and inspire KS4 and KS5 students; to encourage them to pursue their studies; to show them where there studies could lead; and to help them achieve the best possible results. They provide access to experts from academia, the media and industry in a way that is just not possible in the classroom.  They are educational, inspirational and fun.

ttp days are easy to book. Schools and colleges don’t need to have final numbers or payment at the time of booking. You can amend numbers (or cancel) up to 28 days before the event. In addition, the days are invoiced and there is no deposit taken on booking, allowing the maximum flexibility possible.

If you want your students to be more engaged, enthused and committed – book now.

We look forward to seeing you and your students this autumn.

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4Jul Come and join international photographer David Montgomery at The Creative Process!

Come and join international photographer David Montgomery at The Creative Process!

David Montgomery is a photographer whose subjects have included many high-profile personalities, including the Rolling Stones, Margaret Thatcher, Andy Warhol, the British Royal Family, Jimi Hendrix, Bill Clinton and many more.  He was commissioned to photograph a special edition stamp for the millennium which won a silver award at the Design & Art Direction Awards.  He has also worked for major retailers, newspapers and style-makers, including Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar and the New York Times. He will talk about his approach as a photographer and share some of his favourite pictures, many of them famous, but other private and unseen.

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3Jul Professor Tom Shakespeare will join Sociology in Action in London!

Professor Tom Shakespeare will join Sociology in Action in London!

Tom Shakespeare is Professor of Disability Research at the Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia. His primary research interests are in disability studies, medical sociology, and in social and ethical aspects of genetics. He has focused on qualitative research about the lives of disabled people and the barriers that they face and led projects about disability and sexuality. He teaches topics related to health and illness in sociology. He is one of life’s great communicators and will explore health and disability as a sociological issue.

 

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3Jul Pat Barker CBE to speak at WW1 and its Aftermath!

Pat Barker CBE to speak at WW1 and its Aftermath!

Pat Barker is an award-winning writer and novelist, perhaps best known for her Regeneration Trilogy. Her writing often explores difficult subjects such as prostitution, homosexuality, mental illness, trauma, war and murder. Her novel Regeneration, with its blend of history and unflinching eye for detail in addressing the physical and mental effects of war, is highly studied and a popular set text for A-level English Literature students. She will read from and answer questions about her writing.

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27Jun The magic of oxygen at Chemistry in Action!

The magic of oxygen at Chemistry in Action!

Expect a few flashes and bangs as some explosive mixtures are conjured up by Mike Batham and Rob James to illustrate the magic of oxygen this year in Manchester and the Midlands.

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26Jun See the fabulous Wayne Hemmingway at Product Design in Action!

See the fabulous Wayne Hemmingway at Product Design in Action!

Join us in welcoming Wayne Hemingway to the Emmanuel Centre, London.  Wayne will reflect on his fascinating and diverse journey from thrifty market staller to international and morally-responsible product designer. Funny, inspirational and thought-provoking, this talk will show how self-belief and passion can be the keys to creative success.

 

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26Jun Genevieve Ampaduh will be joining us for Business in Action!

Genevieve Ampaduh will be joining us for Business in Action!

The fantastic Genevieve Ampaduh  will be speaking at Business in Action this autumn.  Genevieve worked at Syco (Simon Cowell’s record label) as Head of Digital Marketing for three years before founding her own social media marketing consultancy and is sure to inspire your KS5 students.  Students will discover what it takes to make a successful marketing campaign and are encouraged to ask questions to find out more!

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