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What happened after the guns fell silent on the Western Front? One hundred years after the Armistice on 11 November 1918, this free exhibition explores the legacies of the First World War.

Focusing on textiles from West Africa, the Indian subcontinent, Japan and Indonesia, this exhibition investigates principal resist-dyeing techniques, including from batik to ikat.

This conference will bring together research organisations, policy makers, industry representatives and civil society to debate how the needs of end users can be integrated into Industrial Strategies.

In these lectures Dr Juha Saatsi explores the nature and extent of scientific knowledge in the context of a long-standing philosophical debate on ‘scientific realism’.

Sonic Bodies’ is an immersive and interactive exploration of sculpture through movement and listening. Part of the Being Human Festival of the Humanities 2018

Talk to mark the 40 year anniversary of Opera North by Dr Kara McKechnie (School of PCI , author of Opera North: Historical and Dramaturgical Perspectives)