Details of two new exhibitions in our Stockwell Street Galleries and lecture series which resume from 17 January.

Upcoming events

View details of these events in the Events Calendar.

Date of eventEvent detail
Fri 5 JanAnnual Learning, Teaching and Assessment Conference (SHIFT)

Tue 9 Jan

Executive Committee, Medway campus

Tue 16 JanAcademic Planning Committee, Medway campus

Tue 16 Jan - Fri 16 Feb

The Performativity of Painting, curated by Alex Roberts, this exhibition addresses painting's embodiment of performative space.  

Stephen Lawrence Gallery, Stockwell Street, for more details visit the Galleries website.

Tue 16 Jan -  Sat 3 Feb

Granular: The Material Properties of Noise, curated by David Waterworth, this exhibition is an experiential investigation of noise as a granular entity. 

Project Space, Stockwell Street, for more details visit the Galleries website.

Wed 17 JanAcademic Council, Greenwich campus

Wed 17 Jan

Science research: Innovative technologies for treatment of eye diseases -  Dr Thakur R Raj Singh, Queen's University, Belfast. 

1pm, Medway campus - bring your lunch,  more details

Wed 17 Jan'Views from the Bench' Talk Series: Sir Howard Morrison QC. Judge Morrison has been a Judge of the international Criminal Court in the Hague since 2011. 
6pm, Stockwell Street, Greenwich campus. To book tickets contact

Wed 17 Jan 

FES Public Lecture Series: Nanotechnology for synthetic fuels, Dr Petra Szilagyi, Pharmaceutical, Chemical and Environmental Sciences. 

6.30pm, Medway campus,  more details.

Thu 18 JanBathway Theatre Network: Badback Mountain
7pm, Bathway Theatre

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