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A new exhibition on Steampunk and Neo-Victorian culture, entitled Fabricating Histories, opens this November. It explores the ways in which we can think about, and challenge, the legacy of history. Northumbria’s Dr Claire Nally, co-curator of the exhibition at the Discovery Museum (Tyne & Wears Archives and Museums) in Newcastle, explains what steampunk is, and why it might be important…
Fresh understanding of West Antarctica has revealed how the region’s ice sheet could become unstable in a warming world.
Jane Arnfield, Reader in Arts at Northumbria University, Newcastle, will perform her award-winning play, The Tin Ring by Zdenka Fantlova, in New York next month.
A new exhibition at the National Trust’s Gibside in Tyne and Wear will showcase a range of illustrations created by Northumbria University interior architecture students.
Hundreds of student artists from across the UK will compete for the 2016 Woon Foundation Painting and Sculpture Art Prize after a record number of applications.
A Geography academic will help lead a workshop in Brazil after being awarded a share of a prestigious £375m fund.
A team of Northumbria staff and students recently attended a national event in Kiev to mark the culmination of the three-year IMPRESS project.