A free programme of talks, performances, sound and film installations bringing together students, academics, artists and the public in long-table discussions and presentations to explore the figure of the cave from pre-history to post-humanism.
Chris opens the program at 1600 HRS on Monday 14th February
Dr. Catalin Partenie (University of Quebec at Montreal & National School of Political Studies and Administration, Bucharest) and Alan Read (Professor of Theatre, King’s College London)
All CAVES events are free to staff, students and public alike, however so we can arrange sufficient catering, please register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with CAVES in the title and details of which events you would like to participate in. In the unlikely event of excessive numbers, entrance will be arranged on a first come first served basis. We would like to apologise in advance should this inconvenience anyone.