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Up-coming Spring events - quick overview

May 16th  Middlesex University 3rdyear performance- Arts Depot 

May 17th  Beyond Buildings: performance and architecture- Royal Academy of Art 

June 15th  Learning EnvironmentsWhitechapel Art Gallery

July 5th  Africa Writes: our bodies speak poetry-The British Library


More detail:
May 16th  Middlesex University 3rdyear performance- Arts Depot 
https://www.artsdepot.co.uk/dance/mdx-dances-0 Middlesex University graduating Dance students return for their final performance of the year. The programme includes repertory by Ross McKim re-staged by Sian Hopkins, plus new works created by Adesola Akinleye, Christopher Tudor and clearly Dias Dos Santos. 

May 17th  Beyond Buildings: performance and architecture- Royal Academy of Art 
Join us for a panel discussion looking at the performative side of architecture – learn more about how an active arts practice can develop and drive spatial ideas. With Dr. Adesola Akinleye, Elizabeth Lynch and Chiara Stephenson.

June 15th  Learning Environments- Whitechapel Art Gallery
Learning Environments: A DiscussionAlternative, democratic and self-lead education models and the architectural responses associated with them are the subject of this conversation led by architects Aoife Donnelly and Kristin Trommler. Adesola will be talking about her work on movement in schools and embodied learning. 

July 5th  Africa Writes: our bodies speak poetry-The British Library
Our Bodies Speak Poetry, our first headline event, is set to be an exciting evening filled with awe-inspiring storytelling, and a poetical exploration into our relationship with the (physical, political, and fantastical) body. The evening will open with a dance piece by Adesola Akinleye, accompanied by music curated by BORN::FREE, one of London’s leading platforms for African and Afro-Diasporic poetry and writing. Our MC, Jessica Horn, will share some of her own work, engaging in conversation with us, and the poets, discussing themes surrounding poetry and the body. 



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