‘Play’: King’s College London Arts and Humanities Festival 2016

Current CLAMS PhD researchers Fran Allfrey, Francesca Brooks, Charlotte Knight and Charlotte Rudman, along with ECR Dr Carl Kears, and soon-to-be PhD researcher Beth Whalley are excited to announce a series of workshops, exhibition and symposium for  #ahfest 2016!

‘Playing with the Mmedieval’ workshops will encourage participants to experiment with poems from the long period that we call ‘medieval’. This will be an opportunity to make creative work across visual, audio, and video media, completely open to all creative and technical abilities.

Following the workshops, all textual, audio, and video responses will be collected together for an exhibition, ending with an evening of conversation about how the Middle Ages have been continually reinvented.

Keep checking back here and on the AHfest page and twitter account for more updates and to book your place on a workshop!

UPDATE 12 September 2016: you can now read about the workshops, exhibition, and symposium, and book your tickets on the AHfest Play webpages!


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