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ANGLES : Arts & Global Health
13 October- 5 December
Keele University Art Gallery
12 October 6pm
Pre-booking advised Entry FREE
The ANGLES-ECLIPSE joint exhibition will showcases paintings , photographs and installations by socially engaged artists who are affiliated with ANGLES and ECLIPSE , two global health research programmes led by Keele researchers .
ANGLES is an artistic engagement in global health residence scheme , with and for socially engaged artists around the globe who are committed to creative community engagement in health research . ANGLES is housed in Keele ’ s Institute for Global Health and runs in partnership with Arts Keele . ANGLES aims at exploiting the synergies between the arts , engagement and global health research .
ECLIPSE is a 4-year NIHR global health programme with the aim to improve the patient patient journey for people living with cutaneous leishmaniasis and empower communities to deal with the devastating effects of stigma that it causes .
The exhibition includes work by ANGLES resident artists Martine Vandevelde and Raiça Bomfim .
The ANGLES residency scheme is funded by Research England through QR Global Challenges Research Funding . ( GCRF ) the ECLIPSE project , funded by the UK ’ s National Institute for Health Research ( NIHR ) with UK Aid . The ANGLES-ECLIPSE exhibition is generously supported by Research England through QR GCRF funding and the NIHR Global Health programme
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Image : Raiça Bomfim
Taking place throughout the year our speakers
are invited to share their research, expertise
and experience to provoke and inspire fresh
thinking around their subject matters.
The latest in a series
of lectures from the
Institute of Liberal
Arts and Sciences.
The lectures offer
a distinctive range
questions and are
open to all and free
To register for the grand
challenges events please
Pre-registration is required for online
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Rob Hopkins Paul Rose
6.00pm 17 November
Online (pre-registration is
required for online access) Keele University
Rob Hopkins is a cofounder
of Transition Town Totnes
and Transition Network, and
the author of The Transition
Handbook, The Transition
Companion, The Power of
Just Doing Stuff, 21 Stories of
Transition and most recently,
From What Is to What If:
unleashing the power of
imagination to create the
future we want. He presents
the podcast series ‘From What
If to What Next‘ which invites
listeners to send in their “what
if” questions and then explores
how to make them a reality.
A man at the front line of
exploration and one of the
world’s most experienced divers,
field science and polar experts,
experienced television presenter
and radio broadcaster, Paul
Rose helps scientists unlock and
communicate global mysteries in
the most remote and challenging
regions of the planet.