Four speakers discuss and debate the most crucial issue of our times – climate change – and how we can address it, or whether we’re too late.
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.
Join us for our Saturday Salsa Special. With one of the best dance floors around. If you have never been to one of our socials in this venue, please come join us for a great night of dancing! Starting with a class from Gil and Shelley, dancing until 2 am!
Champions of secularism throughout history include a wealth of brave and heroic individuals who defied authorities and established opinion to pioneer progressive ideas. One such individual was Richard Carlile. Join us to learn more about the life of Carlile, one of the most important figures in secularist history.
By Any Means Necessary? Diversity of tactics in the fight for life on earth. | Saturday 30th November
We are living in the midst of the sixth great extinction. With the clock ticking down, can the modern environmental movement continue to appeal to governments and corporations to change their ways? Or has the time for these tactics passed? If so, what tools are left that have a real chance to save the planet?
Simon Callaghan joins the Fitzwilliam Quartet for this performance of Elgar, Haydn and Beethoven
Wild Swans author Jung Chang presents a true story of love, war and betrayal: the lives of the Soong sisters, who each rose to the heights of power and left an indelible mark on modern China.
Take a journey in search of London’s lost rivers… Below the pavements, out of sight, a network of secret rivers pulses beneath the capital’s busy pavements. But while they may be hidden from view, clues remain, and this talk will show you how to find them.
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.
DigitalXChange is back in London with two new speakers. Jann Kirchhoff from BMW Motorrad in Munich will talk About petrolheads and mobile apps while Alexander Hipp from N26 in Barcelona will tell us How we set up our team for Continuous Product Discovery at N26.
New Left Review editor Malcolm Bull will be in conversation with Michael Hardt, whose article with Antonio Negri in the next issue of NLR examines the contemporary relevance of their classic text on globalization, Empire, twenty years on from its publication.