Wolfson alumni, Fellows and College Research Associates are having a busy month both in and outside of Cambridge.
Opening this evening is the Cambridge University Architecture Society (ARCSOC) show in Bermondsey, London. Recent graduates Max Mulvany and Simon Wallington both have work in the exhibition.
The Friends of Little Gidding present TS Eliot at Little Gidding on Sunday 7 July, and Admissions Tutor Dr Michael Hrebeniak will be speaking on The Epoch of Space: The Waste Land as Collage.
At the Landbeach Tithe Barn on Saturday 5 July, the Course Director for MSt Building History, Dr Adam Menuge, will give an account of the Landbeach Tithe Barn and its development, in the wider context of vernacular farm buildings.
Next Monday 8 July at 19.30 in King's College Chapel, the King's Junior Voices will perform their Summer Concert conducted by Director of Music Lyn Alcántara, featuring special guests Junior Prime Brass — directed by the former Bursar, Christopher Lawrence. On Sunday 14 July, Junior Prime Brass will also be giving a lunchtime concert at the Cambridge Summer Music Festival at 13.10 in Robinson College Chapel.
On Monday 15 July, Wolfson CRAs Dr Akeen Sule and Dr Becky Inkster of HipHop Pysch will be presenting their research at a public lecture at the University of Manchester. The public lecture is free but you must register to attend.
If you are lucky enough to be in sunny Spain, Junior Research Fellow Dr Stephen Wilford will present Visualising Music in Franco-Algerian Colonial Encounters at the AVAMUS (Valèntian Musicological Society) Annual Conference (theme: 'The Mediterranean: Migrating Sounds') at the University of Valencia, 23-25 July.
Emeritus Fellow Dr Stephen Hoath is an invited speaker at the Lorentz Center's Fundamental Fluid Dynamics Challenges in Inkjet Printing in Leiden on 22-26 July.
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