RT @ceciliawee: .@josephdelappe visiting us on Wed 22 Feb, including an evening lecture @RCAvisualcomm https://t.co/fDAnUIzkvh
 
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19:00 at Cecil Sharp House
Psychologist Tanya Byron meets a shapeshifting creative polymath with serious ideas about the future of humankind: Brian Eno.

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14:30 at The Wallace Collection
The Este rulers of Ferrara enhanced the prestige of their city through the patronage of some of the most famous and innovative artists, scholars and musicians of their time.

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19:45 at The Bell Pub
A talk on the transmission of scientific and practical knowledge among small-scale oral cultures across the world, drawing on Australian Aboriginal, Native American, African and Pacific cultures.

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14:00 at ICA
This talk, by Elizabeth Jochum, considers the implications of computation as an artistic medium and the possible consequences for ‘transpersonal’ engagement in art practice.

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19:00 at British Library
British Library celebrates International Women’s Day with a conversation on the power and potential of archiving feminist movements.

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15:00 at Royal Academy of Arts
Join artist Paul Maheke for a roundtable discussion exploring the relationship between art institutions and the personal narratives of artists in times of global crisis.

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13:00 at Royal Academy of Arts
Dr Natalia Murray, co-curator of ‘Revolution: Russian Art 1917-32’, explores how visual art was used to propagate revolutionary and Communist ideas in the aftermath of the Russian revolution.

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19:30 at DIY Space for London
An evening of poetry and prose curated by Goldsmiths, University of London Writers’ Centre.

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13:00 at Candid Arts Trust
Following on from the success of Dissecting Masculinity series Contested brings you Dissecting Gender.

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19:00 at British Library
Will Self and Hanif Kureishi explore the experience of passing on much of their work to the national collection.

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