2019 Talks

Moonlight Symposiums

Image courtesy Hipkiss & Graney

Date

Sunday 9 June, Sunday 16 June, Sunday 30 June

Time

Times vary, see listing for details

Venue

Stirchley Park, Pershore Road, Birmingham, B30 2JT

Price

Free, no booking required

PLEASE NOTE: THE MOONLIGHT SYMPOSIUM EVENT SCHEDULED FOR SUNDAY 23 JUNE HAS BEEN CANCELLED

Join D.E.M.A (Department of Experimental and Methodological Archaeology), a fictional University department, for a series of summer Sunday evening talks in Stirchley Park.

Moonlight Symposiums bring together artists, researchers and writers for discussions spanning myriad topics – from climate catastrophe to the
history of the camera obscura.

Full programme:

Sunday 9 June
20.00: THE HISTORY OF THE CAMERA OBSCURA – Pete Ashton
20.30: SOCIAL JUSTICE AND CLIMATE CATASTROPHE – Dr Leon Sealey-Huggins

Sunday 16 June
18.00: WHAT IS THE E.U.? – Heidi Murphy
19.00: ACCOUNTS FROM REFUGEE CAMPS – Dr Surindar Kishen Dhesi
19.30: MEDIA INFLUENCE ON BEHAVIOUR – Dr Paulo Mora-Avila
20.30: ORANGE TRADING GAME – Dr Kay Emblen-Perry

Sunday 30 June
20.30: WHAT IS NATIONAL IDENTITY? – Kieran O’Driscoll

Presented by Hipkiss & Graney