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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.
Following the advice of the UK government, and in line with advice from the Director-General of the World Health Organisation, we have, with regret, decided to temporarily close the doors of Conway Hall…