UNTIL 31 JAN • Completing the sentence “When women gather…”, this exhibition of work by photographer Grace Gelder, curated with Marianne Mulvey, draws upon different definitions of gathering – from assembling for a specific purpose, to collecting from disparate sources.
The London School of Philosophy provide philosophy classes of the highest quality for thoughtful people in the London area, with courses covering key areas of philosophy in an accessible and professional way. The Spring Term runs from 14th January to 19th March.
Lingua Diversa run lunchtime and evening courses from beginner to advanced level in: Spanish, Italian, French, German and Brazilian-Portuguese. The next term will start week beginning 21 January and last for 11 consecutive weeks.
The meetup sessions are a mixture of theory, group discussion, practical exercises and individual tutorials. Each month there is a different theme and an assignment for the month which will build towards a selection of work for exhibition.
The exhibition explores feminist activism through posters from Women’s Liberation Workshops in the borough and how the arts and especially theatre contributed to the local feminist scene.
Thinking on Monday: The Perils of Perception – Why We’re Wrong About Nearly Everything | Monday 18th February
Using the latest research into the media, decision science, heuristics, and emotional reasoning, Bobby Duffy examines why the populations of some countries seem better informed than others, and how we can address our ignorance of key public data and trends.
DigitalXChange ProductTalk is coming to London for the first time and we don’t come alone. Johann Jenson is joining us to talk about what your product team needs to “pass” the digital transformation challenge. Martin Fallon will talk about how a North Star helps product managers develop better products.
Bob Churchill shares some of the most recent findings from The Freedom of Thought Report, and describes how Humanists International is working to promote non-religious rights and defend humanists at risk of persecution around the world.
A six-week course examining the often hidden or forgotten contribution of radicals, rebels, and revolutionaries to the development of ground-breaking ideas and campaigns in the nineteenth century such as human rights, birth control, women’s rights, the right to vote, republicanism, and free speech.
Come along for the launch of the Natural Eyesight Education Programme, and Learn how to care for and support your eyesight to be as clear as possible. There will be information stalls and opportunities to meet and discuss vision education with experienced practitioners, and at 3pm Aileen Whiteford will give a talk on “Eyesight and health”.