Past events

14 June 2017

Annabel Arden, ‘Speech and song: exploring the mixed form of Carmen’

13:00 - 14:00
School of Music

Annabel Arden whose first production of Carmen opens at the Grange Festival in June 2017, explores a selection of the dialogue and ensemble scenes of the opera with a cast of student singers and professional actors.

Carmen Singer of the World conference

9:00 - 17:00
School of Music

How the most widely performed opera globally – Carmen – was first performed, produced, disseminated, appropriated and received worldwide.

13 June 2017

Nature’s Futurism - cancelled

17:30 - 19:30
Glamorgan Building

Nature has often provided inspiration for design in the built environment – whether this be bionic, biomimetic, biomorphic or biophilic design. When it comes to cities and urbanism, we need to widen the perspective to include ‘bionomic’ or ecological equivalents, that see the city as a whole ecosystem, rather than as an individual organism or dealing with urban ‘organs’ or tissue.

12 June 2017

Theory informing Practice – Practice Informing Theory: Exploring the Everyday of Medical Decision-Making

12:00 - 14:00
Law Building

Interdisciplinary exploration of the relationship between theory and practice in clinical decision-making

11 June 2017

BBC Cardiff Singer of the World: Amazing Grace!

11:00 - 12:30

Mary King interviews Grace Bumbry about her life in music.

9 June 2017

Japanese Programme Fair

16:00 - 20:00
School of Modern Languages

Co-hosted by the School of Modern Languages, the Japanese Programme and Wales Japan Club, the event will feature a talk by Cardiff University alumni and graduate of the Japanese Programme and a speech contest with first, second and final year students of Japanese.

8 June 2017

Free Film Screening: Memory Lanes – Britain on Film Rural

17:00 - 19:00

This free screening section includes three short films, Conway Castle (2mins 30 sec), Newport Hospital Carnival (11mins) and Gwylliaid Cochion Mawddwy (22mins). There will be a reception and post-screening discussion.

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