The Learning on Screen Conference will be chaired by broadcaster Laurie Taylor at the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television, Bradford. It will explore making moving pictures available for education, tapeless recording and low-cost editing, access to archives, in-house production (as broadcasters wind down their specialist educational production, will educational institutions have a role in producing new content?). Speakers include Richard Graham, DfES, and Judith MacKay, director, Learn on TV.
Tel: 020 7393 1512 www.bufvc.ac.ukconferenceslearningonscreenindex.html
Wilde about Mary. Until March 31
Oscar Wilde and his Circle, a free display at the British Library, 96 Euston Road, London NW1, comprises a selection of books, manuscripts, works of art and memorabilia from the renowned collection of Mary Hyde Eccles bequeathed to the Library. The exhibits relate to his early life, his 1882 American lecture tour, his affectionate relationship with his wife and the notorious trials that led to his downfall.
Tel: 020 7412 7111 www.bl.uk.
Constant speed. May 24-28
To mark Einstein Year, the Institute of Physics, sponsored by Arts and Business New Partners, commissioned Mark Baldwin to create his inaugural choreographic piece on two of Einstein's papers- the Theory of Special Relativity, and Investigations of Brownian Motion. Mark Baldwin, artistic director of Rambert Dance Company, has set the work to the music of Franz Lehar. It will premi re at Sadler's Wells, London NW1 Tel: 0870 737 7737 www.rambert.org.uk
Green week. May 31-June 3
In the run-up to the annual Green Week conference and exhibition in Brussels, the European Commission is inviting children aged six to 16 in the EU and candidate countries to enter a competition on the theme of climate change. Categories are a drawing and painting competition for ages six to 10, and a digital video competition for ages 11 to 16. Closing date: March 15. The three best entrants in each category win a trip to Brussels (accompanied by a carer), which will include a visit to the EC. The competition is being run by European Schoolnet.
Information and entries: www.greenweek2005.eun.org