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MAY 19-21 CULTURES THEN AND NOW: DIVERSITY AND CITIZENSHIP

Regional seminars are being held for teachers, citizenship co-ordinators and museum and gallery educators as part of Museum and Galleries Month.

They will be held at the following venues, 4.30-6.30pm: Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich, May 19; New Art Gallery, Walsall, May 20; Northern Gallery of Contemporary Art, Sunderland, May 20; British Empire and Commonwealth Museum, Bristol, May 20; Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum, Bournemouth, May 21. Guest speakers will include Claire Ackroyd, Cartwright Hall Museum and Art Gallery; Oliver Buckley, New Art Gallery, Walsall; Jim Grevatte, National Centre for Citizenship and the Law, Galleries of Justice; Dr Katherine Hann, British Empire and Commonwealth Museum; Lisa McLeodEdson Burton, Kuumba; Veronica Sekules, Sainsbury Centre for Contemporary Art.

Fee: pound;6; pound;3.50 teachers and members. Tel: 020 7244 0110 Email: info@engage.org

MAY 29-JUNE 8 THE SHOW: SCULPTURE MAY 30-JUNE 8 THE SHOW: ONE

Work by graduating students from the Royal College of Art's sculpture, painting, printmaking, photography, ceramics, glass, goldsmithing, silversmithing, metalwork and jewellery postgraduate courses will be on display. Respective venues: RCA Sculpture School, 15-25 Howie Street, London SW11 and the RCA, Kensington Gore, London SW7. Free admission.

Tel: 020 7590 4498 www.rca.ac.uk

HENRY BEAR PRIMARY SCHOOL HEALTH AWARENESS PROGRAMME

Marie Curie Cancer Care has expanded this programme and updated all the materials to reflect changes to the national curriculum and the introduction of the Healthier Schools Initiative. The fundraising element links into the citizenship element of PSHE.

Fundraisers use a Henry Bear soft toy as the main focus of special 25-minute interactive assemblies on either sun safety, healthier lifestyles or the positive effects of not smoking. Tel: Allison Griffiths, 020 7599 7704.

THE VISIONS OF SCIENCE PHOTOGRAPHIC AWARDS

A special category for students has been included this year in The Visions of Science Photographic Awards run by the pharmaceuticals company Novartis and the Daily Telegraph. Prizes are awarded for images that show science in our everyday lives. Winners in the under-16 and 17-18 age groups will receive a Kodak EasyShare Zoom digital camera CX4230. Closing date is May 30.

Tel: 020 7613 5577 www.visions-of-science.co.uk

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