Close ‘en-counters’ of the geographical kind
A new exhibition exploring how young people perceive and map the city’s geography will launch at The Holy Biscuit during Newcastle’s Late Shows, starting tonight.
Northumbria graduate’s entrepreneurial success
A Northumbria University graduate has launched the first ever vegan festival to be televised on national TV in the United Kingdom.
Multicultural Britain under threat?
The impact of immigration legislation on the UK’s ‘everyday borders’ was among the topics discussed at a special panel and film screening at Northumbria University recently.
Experts to debate how to achieve justice for children and families
Pressing issues in achieving justice for families and children will be debated at a major international research and practice conference being held at Northumbria University later this year.
Meanwhile, what about socialism?
Northumbria University will be one of the venues hosting this year’s AV Festival – the North East’s biennial celebration of contemporary art, film, sound and music.
Ladies and Gentlemen, Take Your Seats!
A Northumbria performing arts lecturer is leading a unique day of music, dance, installation and discussion focused around an everyday object – the chair.