Jeremy Goldstein’s Truth to Power Café is a profound reflection on loss, hope and resistance told through memoir, image, poetry, music, and live and spontaneous testimony from participants with stories to tell in response to the question ‘who has power over you and what do you want to say to them?’
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Some of the boldest and bravest voices, including academics, artists and scientists, bring the latest thinking to Conway Hall with a two-day hub exploring visions of the future.
Join engineers and scientists from the UCL Centre for Medical Image Computing to explore visionary new methods that help save lives.
A booth, presented by UCL Climate Action Society, offers simple, visually-pleasing representations of the negative implications of climate change.
*ONLINE* Bloomsbury Festival: The Zero Waste Lifestyle – Feasible or Idealistic? | Saturday 17th October
An interactive workshop aiming to spread awareness on the Zero-waste movement where participants can make zero-waste ‘do-it-yourself’ versions of common products such as deodorant and soap.
Sustainable fashion trailblazer, Ms Tammam, takes you through her journey to creating a sustainable couture fashion label and her vision for the future of fashion, with an opportunity for a Q&A with the artist.
Heart n Soul at The Hub is a research project led by people with and without learning disabilities and autistic people, exploring the value of difference and challenging what is ‘normal’.
Presented by Headway East London, brain injury survivors talk about the unexpected opportunities and futures a more digital-based society offers them. How can we ensure that the new ‘normal’ works for the neurodiverse? And what emerging practices and arrangements might hold the key to a more accessible future?
Lunar Salute Dance Company visualises the earth’s future from the perspective of the lunar astronauts who first saw the beauty of our planet. Climate change, soil, sun and sea depict our situation.
An online immersive experience about quantum physics and psychology, followed by a discussion with its creator, Simon Watt, physicist Harry Cliff and psychologist Julia Shaw.
Pianist Anna Szalucka and cellist Margarita Balanas connect captivating classical music with live painiting, discovering the borders between imagination and presence in The Colours of Music.
Dr Lorenzo Lotti from the UCL Energy Institute investigates the evidence and main findings of recent behavioural economics.