Conferences

5th July 1996 at 01:00
JULY 19-21. SPLIT SCREEN: THE ROLE OF THE ARTIST IN THE DIGITAL AGE

Organised by and held at Chichester Institute of Higher Education, Bishop Otter Campus. Split Realities - Lively Bodies, Lively Machines, a performance by theatre director, film-maker and artist, Johannes Birringer, will trigger debate. And Forkbeard Fantasy's Fall of the House of the Usherettes, a mix of film and live action, will be staged on July 20, 8pm, and is open to the public for Pounds 5, Pounds 4 concessions. Fee: Pounds 100, Pounds 80 studentsunwaged, day rate Pounds 60. Full accommodation: Pounds 88; bed and breakfast Pounds 21 a night. Details: 01243 787911 or 01489 860424.

JULY 29-AUGUST 1

EDUCATION IN THE 1990s: LEARNING THE LIMITS

Organised by Canterbury Christ Church College at University of London Union, Malet Street, London WC1. Topics include lifetime learning and a reassessment of in loco parentis. Fee: Pounds 75, Pounds 40Pounds 22 concessions. Details: Dr Dennis Hayes, 01277 782519; E-mail: D.Hayes@Canterbury.ac.uk

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