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How to Celebrate a Book - Literary Festivals and Events

The Cass, London Metropolitan University

Thursday, April 2, 2020 at 2:00 PM (BST)

How to Celebrate a Book - Literary Festivals and Events

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How to Celebrate a Book - Student ticket   more info Apr 2, 2020 Free  
How to Celebrate a Book - Staff ticket Apr 2, 2020 Free  
How to Celebrate a Book -Public Ticket   more info Apr 2, 2020 Free  

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A talk about the world of literary festivals and events from Edinburgh to Haye-On_Wye presented  by Liz Vater, Founder and Director of the famous Stoke Newington Literary Festival

 

Students and Staff of London Metropolitan University and a limited number of visitors are invited to this talk as part of the Publishing and the Industry Guest lecture series organised by The Cass English and Creative Writing area

For more information about this lecture and others in the series email Trevor Norris t.norris@londonmet.ac.uk

 

Image: From Stoke Newington Literary Festival ©: www.davidxgreen.com

 


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The Cass, London Metropolitan University
16 Goulston Street
E1 7TP London
United Kingdom

Thursday, April 2, 2020 at 2:00 PM (BST)


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The Cass, London Metropolitan University

The Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design at London Metropolitan University (The Cass) offers courses across a broad range of subject areas: art (encompassing fine art, photography, English, creative writing, theatre and performance practice), architecture (including spatial planning and urban design) and design, which includes 3D design (fashion, textiles, furniture, product and jewellery), interiors and visual communication).

Learning through practice, playing with process and working with clients; students at The Cass gain real-world experience in both individual and collaborative projects, engaging with professionals, communities and companies. There is a strong emphasis in our studios on socially engaged architecture, art and design applied to both local and global contexts. The many specialist facilities you could find yourself using include wood, metal and plastic workshops, darkrooms and digital manufacturing technology. Our regular exhibitions, including the famous Summer Show, regularly attract large audiences.

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