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Courses and Workshops taking place at Conway Hall
Join Conway Hall Humanist Library & Archives and Wikimedia UK to edit and add information about nineteenth-century freethinkers and social and political reformers to Wikipedia.
This workshop will be an opportunity to explore the potential of co-operative art education while we produce a zine. Led by Conway Hall’s artist in residence, Sophia Kosmaoglou.
A workshop on self-organisation and collectivity in the context of alternative art education. The workshop will begin with a seminar on self-organisation and conclude with a workshop on leadership roles for leaderless groups. Led by Conway Hall’s artist in residence, Sophia Kosmaoglou.
Come along to contribute your ideas to a draft constitution for a co-operative art school. Using a series of questions as guidelines, we will collectively generate the values, principles, processes and working methods of a co-operative art school. Led by Conway Hall’s artist in residence, Sophia Kosmaoglou.
Join Adam Ramejkis in a series of six interactive, collaborative workshops using a think-share-explore approach. These workshops will encourage you to think, read, discuss and relate to different topics around the links between thinking and language.
A full day of philosophy, more than 30 events: lectures, discussions, workshops, award, philosophy with children and more. Only £1 for the whole day!
London School of Philosophy spring term courses.
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 20 January and lasts for 11 consecutive weeks.
The UK’s only festival of motherhood and work comes back to London.
A workshop from Making Music, the UK’s organisation for leisure-time music groups. Observe Martyn Brabbins, Music Director of the ENO, as he guides five conductors in rehearsing a leisure-time orchestra.
In line with official channels of communication, guidance and instruction we are now actively planning for how we can reopen our doors to our staff, volunteers, audiences, communities and hirers.
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We are an independent charity, facing a particular challenge in the coming weeks and months, and any donations will greatly help us during this difficult time.
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