JUNE 19-22: VISUAL ARTS DEGREE SHOWS
Prospective students and the public are invited to Goldsmiths' College, London SE14, to view the work of graduating students in BA (Hons) fine art, textiles, art history and fine art and the certificate for postgraduate study in fine art or textiles. Free admission. Details: 0171 919 7671.
JUNE 20-28: CAMBERWELL ARTS WEEK, LONDON SE5
Dance and a double helping of drama have been added to this year's celebrations along with a degree show at Camberwell College of Arts, June 21-23, which marks the college's centenary. There is also a mini film festival, featuring Laurens Postma and the Exploding Cinema and Dulwich Paradiso, and musical theatre and workshops for children. Details: 0171 708 0309; www.artsweek.co.uk JUNE 20-21: THE ROAD TO WATERLOO
What was life on the march like for soldiers and camp followers involved in the Napoleonic Wars? Find out at this anniversary weekend of free events at the National Army Museum, Chelsea, London SW3. Activities include: re-enactments of harsh camp life, talks about Britain's brave but often undisciplined cavalry and some of its eccentric generals; demonstrations using model soldiers; and drill displays. Details:0171 730 0717 ext. 2228.
JUNE 21-JULY 19: ARTSPARKLE: MIDSUMMER PARK DREAMS
To mark the summer solstice, renowned international artists are working alongside community groups and schools at Mile End Park, London E1, to create five physical installations as focuses for workshops and arts events. This is the first project in a regeneration programme culminating in the year 2000. Details: 0171 377 0481.
JUNE 22-26: RSC THEATRE FAIR
The Royal Shakespeare Company is going under canvas in the Swan Theatre gardens, Stratford-upon-Avon. Talks, staged rehearsals, actor forums, text workshops and design demonstrations will celebrate the skills and craftmanship to be found within the company. Highlights include: David Calder on playing Prospero; Helen Schlesinger on playing Portia and Viola; and stage movement and choreography. Events cost pound;2.50 each. Details: Sarah Downing, education officer, 01789 265314.
JUNE 23: EDUCATIONAL THERAPY: WORKING IN DIFFERENT EDUCATIONAL SETTINGS
Gill Morton, a teacher and educational therapist, is giving this lecture at The Tavistock Clinic, 120 Belsize Lane, London NW3, 7pm. Admission pound;6, pound;3 members. Details from the Forum for the Advancement of Educational Therapy and Therapeutic Teaching, 0181 998 4224 (evenings).
JUNE 23-25: ART AND DESIGN EXHIBITION
The work of postgraduate teacher trainees will be displayed at the Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London WC1, 10am-4pm. Details: Anne Pinney, 0171 612 6459.
JUNE 25: BRING YOUR BEAR, SHOW YOU CARE DAY
On Paddington Bear's birthday, children are being encouraged to take their favourite teddies to school and join in fun activities while raising money for vital medical research. A "Bear Essentials" pack containing posters, stickers and ideas for events is available from: 0845 303 1121.
JUNE 26: FOR BETTER OR WORSE? UNIVERSITIES AND TEACHER EDUCATION SINCE McNAIR
Sir William Taylor, former director of the Institute of Education, is giving the Alumni Association's annual guest lecture at 20 Bedford Way, London WC1, 6pm. Details: 0171 612 6625; e-mail: email@example.com JUNE 26-27: OPEN WEEKEND
Wolverhampton University is offering prospective students accommodation in student halls for just pound;5 per night to enable them to join "the essential guided tour to their future". During the weekend, they will be able to sample more than 100 subjects through exhibitions, interactive displays and lectures, and check out the libraries,sporting facilities and the town's "brilliant nightlife". Details: 01902 321030.
JULY 3: HISTORICAL STUDIES IN MUSIC EDUCATION
Seminar at the Institute of Education, London WC1, 10.30am-4pm. Fee: pound;10. Details: Christopher Turner, Colchester Institute, Sheepen Road, Essex CO3 3LL.