Events

11th November 1994 at 00:00
NOVEMBER 17 - DECEMBER 6 STILL THERE WILL BE STORIES

Exhibition of the work of contemporary children's illustrators, including Nicola Bayley and Quentin Blake, in the Royal College of Art's Henry Moore Gallery.

All have been RCA tutors or students. An afternoon of talks on November 17 will include Michael Foreman on fact and fantasy and Brian Alderson on children's book illustration today.

Fee: Pounds 20 including tea and private view. Details: Liz Ruth, 071 584 5020 ext. 296.

NOVEMBER 21 OFFICIAL PUBLICATIONS IN EDUCATION Seminar organised by Standing Committee on Official Publications at the Library Association, 7 Ridgmount Street, London WC1. Speakers include: Tim Cornford, Schools Curriculum and Assessment Authority, and Stephen Pickles, London University Institute of Education. Fee: Pounds 55 + VAT. Details: Valerie Nurcombe, 0606 558242.

NOVEMBER 22 THE GLORY OF SILLA Free Korean event at the British Museum, London WC1, which includes a lecture by Dr Youngsook Pak, School of Oriental and African Studies, London University, and a performance of traditional music and dance. The museum's exhibition, "Japanese Imperial Craftsmen - Meiji art from the Khalili Collection" runs until January 15. Details: John Reeve, 071 636 1555.

NOVEMBER 24 CRUCIAL CREW IN A DAY Training workshop on how to run a children's safety and crime prevention scheme, organised by Crime Concern at Farncombe House, Broadway, Worcestershire. Crucial Crew is an interactive programme with theatre-style sets, aimed at ten to 11-year-olds. Fee: Pounds 36. Details: Asif Amjad, 0793 514596.

NOVEMBER 28 THE 1993 EDUCATION ACT - PERSPECTIVES OF THE LEA Seminar organised by Education Law Association at Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London WC1. Speakers include: Alan Wilkie QC on the legal framework and Christine Whatford, director of education, Hammersmith and Fulham on the impact on a local authority. Fee: Pounds 75, Pounds 40 members, school staff and voluntary organisations. Details: Sue Gold, 081 445 6747.

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