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Reflective writing - Studio Practice

I’ve never felt like an artist but I know I have always been one. Not from the first finger painting, hung on my parent’s wall for far too long, but from the first time I questioned something. 295 more words

SHOWCASE | CODING

Daniella taught us how to position and colour text using code, as an introduction to coding.

Later that week Mark taught us how to connect pages on a website, below is my version. 22 more words

Graphics

‘Narrative and the Dynamics of Contemporary Warfare’

On the invitation of the department of law of FUUAST (Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology), DG-IPS Khalid Rahman delivered a lecture on the topic of ‘Narrative and the Dynamics of Contemporary Warfare’ on December 30, 2016. 15 more words

Sharing Insight

Prof Brian Cox: 'There’s a naivety in saying there is no God’ - Telegraph

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/11143875/Prof-Brian-Cox-Theres-a-naivety-in-saying-there-is-no-God.html

Once he was a scientist who used to be a rockstar, now he’s a rockstar scientist. So successful have his TV programmes become that Professor Brian Cox is more in the limelight now than he ever was as a member of the chart-topping D:Ream in the Nineties. 242 more words

Free Thinking

Not just a pointy stick

On Friday the next WAS lecture will be held at the United Reformed Church, WGC, at 7.45. See poster below for details.

Archaeology

Procreative America: The Colonial Period (Full Lecture)

Why and how (not biology 1o1!) American English colonials had lots and lots and lots and lots of kids.  And, why having kids matters.

https://stormfields.files.wordpress.com/2017/01/colonial-procreation.mp3 6 more words