DSD - Cultural Events

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Wed 29th January

Indigenous People
6pm - 8pm
Bookable Room 5
An informative event giving a brief outline of the lives of some indigenous peoples around the globe.

Mon 10th February

The Left and LGBT+ people: a politics for everyone?
6pm - 7:30pm
Arts 2.84
A panel on the current state of LGBT+ issues on the Left and how we push for progress, featuring: trans activists Lily Madigan (the first trans woman to be hold a Women's Officer role in Labour) and Charlie Caine, and academic Rebecca Hale.

Mon 17th February

Japanese Culture Through Painting a Fox Mask
2pm - 3pm
Bookable Room 1, Union House
Join us in this workshop and learn about the art of painting masks in Japan.
Deaf Awareness Workshop
3pm - 4pm
The Enterprise Centre 0.01
It covers why Deaf Awareness in everyday life is so important.
Japanese Culture Through Painting a Kokeshi (doll)
4pm - 5pm
Bookable Room 1, Union House
Join us in this workshop and learn about the art of painting kokeshi (Japanese wooden doll).

Tue 18th February

Filmmaking Mashup Workshop Session 1
10am - noon
Music 0.02
If you are considering entering East Anglian Film Archive’s mash up competition, then this is a great opportunity to get some training and experience in making films using archival materials.
Traditional Food in the French-Speaking World
10am - 11am
Congregation Hall 0.17
The food of the French-Speaking world is varied and fascinating, come to this session to begin to learn about it!
Hispanic: Gastronomy from Across the World
11am - noon
Congregation Hall 0.17
Would you like to know more about Hispanic food and products?
Greek Culture: Having fun in a Greek Taverna
noon - 1pm
Congregation Hall 0.17
Meeting people, Tasting Greek food, Singing Greek songs.
Filmmaking Mashup Workshop Session 2
1pm - 3pm
Music 0.02
If you are considering entering East Anglian Film Archive’s mash up competition, then this is a great opportunity to get some training and experience in making films using archival materials.
Italian: Food for Thought
1pm - 2pm
Congregation Hall 0.17
Learn how to make a ‘real’ Italian risotto and explore the food culture of different Italian regions.
Hispanic: Gastronomy from Across the World
3pm - 4pm
Congregation Hall 0.17
Would you like to know more about Hispanic food and products?
Chinese: Food as a reflection of society
4pm - 5pm
Congregation Hall 0.17
To Chinese people, it’s arguably true that the pleasures and sorrows of life, health and well-being, as well as harmony are all embedded in food.

Wed 19th February

German: Walking & Learning
10am - 11am
Congregation Hall 0.17
If you enjoy nature and like the challenge of a (first) conversation in German, this one-hour guided lakeside walk is the perfect activity for you.
Traditional Food in the French-Speaking World
11am - noon
Congregation Hall 0.17
The food of the French-Speaking world is varied and fascinating, come to this session to begin to learn about it!
Russian Connections
3pm - 4pm
ARTS 01.17
Tea Time: Cream teas, anyone?
3pm - 4pm
ARTS 01.18
Many cups of tea are drunk in homes and offices throughout the UK but from where did this love of tea come from?
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