DIY LIFE SKILLS gives our Queen Mary University of London students and our community practical skills for working in the creative and cultural industries. These include making videos, photography, tax, creative job applications, social media for work and Wordpress/blogging.
DIY LIFE SKILLS is supported by Humanities and Social Sciences at Queen Mary University of London.
A two day conference organised by the Arts and Culture Strategy and the MSc Creative Arts and Mental Health at Queen Mary.
This two-day conference explores productive, radical, contemporary encounters between the arts and mental health, bringing together clinical, artistic and research perspectives that offer a re-interpretation of contemporary mental health science and practice.
Join us for a FREE Noughts & Crosses (Malorie Blackman) panel event that asks questions like: ‘What wider questions does this production raise about drama and power? How is drama power for you?’. Join Esther Richardson (Director of Noughts & Crosses) and cast members, Drama academics and students from Queen Mary University of London to discuss and explore the powers of Drama. Book here
The panel includes: Heather Agyepong (Sephie, Noughts and Crosses), Esther Richardson (director, Noughts and Crosses), Gail Babb (QMUL and Goldsmiths lecturer and theatre producer, Talawa), Avaes Mohammed (poet, playwright, performer), Dee Ndlovu (QMUL Drama student and theatre maker).