Events: The NS Guide to What's Going on in Politics, Current Affairs and Culture

By Parks, Leon | New Statesman (1996), August 25, 2003 | Go to article overview

Events: The NS Guide to What's Going on in Politics, Current Affairs and Culture


Parks, Leon, New Statesman (1996)


AN INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOANALYSIS TODAY

British Psychoanalytical Society. A course held on Wednesday evenings at the Institute of Psychoanalysis during the autumn and spring terms. Each week, there is a lecture followed by discussion in small groups. All lecturers and group leaders are practising psychoanalysts.

For further details and to register, contact Paula Taylor at: The Institute of Psychoanalysis. Tel: 020 7563 5010, e-mail: Paula. Taylor@iopa.org.uk Website: www.psychoanalysis.org.uk/events2.htm

WONDERLAND

Photographs by David Robinson. 19 September-8 November 2003. Photofusion is delighted to present the first UK showing of David Robinson's photographic series Wonderland. Over the past four years, he has documented a diverse selection of some of the world's most popular tourist destinations such as Florida's Holy Land Experience, Legoland in Windsor and the Costa del Sol. Each destination is deliberately chosen for its unique western character--a choice which magnifies the man-made structures and parks dominating the surrounding natural landscape.

Gallery open: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10am-6pm; Wednesday 10am-8pm; Saturday 11am-6pm. Gallery closed: Sunday, Monday and Bank Holidays. Free admission and wheelchair access. Photofusion, 17a Electric Lane, Brixton, London SW9 8LA. Tel: 020 7738 5774. Fax: 020 7738 5509.

ZOOMORPHIC

18 September 2003-4 January 2004. A V&A exhibition on contemporary architecture inspired by animals. Zoomorphic will display examples of such buildings from around the world, none more than 15 years old and many still under construction. Among the international architects whose work is featured are Frank Gehry, Santiago Calatrava, Renzo Piano, Greg Lynn and Michael Storkin. Architectural models, sketches and photographs will be displayed alongside stuffed animal specimens lent by the Natural History Museum. No animals were harmed during the making of this exhibition.

The exhibition is FREE. Victoria & Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, South Kensington, London SW7 2RL. Tel: 020 7942 2000.

Friday * september 12 THE URBIS CONFERENCE: A PROTOCOL FOR 21ST-CENTURY CITIES?

The conference will debate the need for mobility and transport infrastructure investment in realising the creation of a new urban renaissance and the successful regeneration of our communities. Speakers include: a senior cabinet minister; David Lunts, ODPM; Tony Grayling, IPPR; Arlene McCarthy MEP; Stephen Joseph, Transport 2000; Dr Pierre Laconte, UITP. 10am-4pm, The Lowry Hotel Manchester. For further information, call Connect Conferences on: 020 7222 2176 or e-mail: urbis@connectpa.co.uk

wednesday * september 17 RECAPTURING STREETS FROM TRAFFIC FOR PEOPLE

In Town, Without My Car! day 2003 launch conference. Develops the theme of last year's event by detailing current research and best practice in reducing the dominance of motorised private transport in urban areas.

9.30-4pm. Commercial organisations, 315 [pounds sterling]; local authorities, 225 [pounds sterling].

For further information, contact: Quadrant House, 250 Kennington Lane, London SE11 5RD. Tel: 020 7582 0128; Fax: 020 7587 5308. e-mail conferences@landor.co.uk; www.landor.co.uk/ conferences

saturday * september 27 AMERICAN CULTURE IN EUROPE: AMERICANISATION & ANTI-AMERICANISM SINCE 1945

This conference will provide a forum for in-depth analysis and lively discussion of the impact of American culture and cultural anti-Americanism in Europe since WWII. …

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