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Voicing Hidden Histories: Academic Seminar
14 Nov 2017 9:15am - 4pm
A day-long seminar hosted by the Centre for World Cinemas and Digital Cultures at the University of Leeds reflecting on learning, opportunities and challenges regarding the relationship between participatory arts and international development.
The seminar features an international, interdisciplinary mix of panels with distinguished academics, policy makers, artists and practitioners from across the world.
Funded by the AHRC Global Challenges Research Fund.
Details of speakers and panels coming soon.
Voicing Hidden Histories: a two day conference on Participatory Arts and Activist Film-making from 14-15 November
Part of the 31st Leeds International Film Festival
Two full days of seminars, screenings, expert panels and discussion exploring the role of film and digital media in participatory arts and activism activities at a local, national and global scale. Hear from a range of practitioners, academics and creative activists from Leeds and across the world.
To find out more about the other events taking place as part of this series visit the Leeds Film City website
Image Credit: Community filmmakers work together in Johannesburg, South Africa as part of the 'Voicing Hidden Histories' project.
Please check times with event organiser for any last minute changes.
Accessibility: Wheelchair access, Assistive Listening System, Level access Accessibility information: Entry is via the front of the lecture theatre where there is level access into the room. There is a waiting space for a wheelchair and a height adjustable desk, which can be manoeuvred into place. Seating is tiered and fixed and there are no arm rests on the chairs. An infra red hearing system is fitted in this room. To use this facility an IR receiver is needed. If you have a receiver, you can sit anywhere in the room where you have a clear view of the presenter. For further advice on IR receivers or if your access needs aren’t addressed in the information above, please contact Disabled Students' Assessment and Support Accessibility directions: Go through the main entrance and straight ahead. The lift is on the left hand side. Take the lift down to the ground floor. The lecture theatre is on the left hand side.
- Wheelchair access
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