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Symposia, Inaugural Lectures and Public Events

  • Public Programming, Social Movements and Solidarity
  • Local/Global Dynamics in Feminism and Contemporary Art
  • Launch of Active Energy Project
  • Symposium: From Human Experience to Radical Experiments: Animation, 3D and VR in Teaching, Learning and Research
  • SmART Cities and Waste Research Workshop: Urban Waste Streams & Flows
  • WORK:PLAY - 5th annual postgraduate research conference
  • CEEDR/CUSP-ADRI Joint Seminar: Sustainable Prosperity & the Cultural Industries
  • THEM! The visual cultures of 'othering' in post-referendum UK and post-general-election USA
  • WORK: In Progress- PgR Conference 2016
  • Graeme Evans: Utopia and Connected Communities
  • Camilla Brown at GRAIN Portfolio Development Day
  • CREATE/feminisms Research Cluster booklaunch
  • Community Futures and Utopia: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow
  • Public Programming? Pedagogical Practices in a Missing Europe
  • DESIGN AND TIME: Design History Society’s 2016 conference
  • WORK:PLAY - A work-in-progress postgraudate research conference
  • Guy Sherwin: Interrupting Light - 50 Years of the LFMC
  • Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon 2016
  • Nicholas Mirzoeff: The Visual Commons #BlackLivesMatter
  • Loraine Leeson: Where Art and Education Meet
  • Exposure 3 at the ICA: Human drama and documentary
  • Animation guest speaker: Joe Pelling creator of Don't Hug Me I'm Scared
  • The self is only a threshold: Research seminar on the legacy of Gilles Deleuze
  • Loraine Leeson launches Lambeth Floating Marsh
  • ADRI 'SNAP' Symposium 2015
  • Graeme Evans curates series of events for the Connected Community Festival
  • Apophasis and Art: Rebecca Fortnum & Sonia Boyce
  • TEACH-IN about women* artists who “stopped” making art
  • Film screening: Jeanne Dielman (Chantal Akerman, 1975)
  • Nicholas Mirzoeff - 'HOW TO SEE THE WORLD' - ICA Panel discussion
  • ICA Symposium: (Dis) identifications
  • Prof Damian Sutton Inaugural Lecture: Auteurs, flâneurs and other myths
  • Victorian Futures. Culture and Democracy from The Reform Act to Olympicopolis
  • Exposure 2 at the Photographers' Gallery
  • Paul Haywood public talk: Building co-operation into open education
  • Witches and Wicked Bodies: audio recording now online
  • Work, Discipline and Discourse: Postgraduate Symposium 2015
  • Virtual symposium: Art and Social Practice: the politics of engagement
  • Jon Bird co-organizes Hans Haake Symposium at the ICA
  • David Poston lecture: Developing our own pathways; the transferability of design skills