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Sunday, 10 March 2013

Public Notice of Museum Events: 11th March - 17th March.


London is offering you Museum Geeks some great events this week! Want to know where and when? Well here at The Ministry of Curiosity we have compiled a handy list - Aren't we lovely?

 So pin it, tweet it, eat it, do it, smell it but don't lick it.


Monday 11th March. 

From 12pm. 
Sketchbreak @ Design Museum on Twiiter and Facebook.

1pm.
'You and Your Smile' @ Kings College, London. Free but book via Eventbrite.


5pm.
'Unwrapping Gods: Encounters with God's and Missionaries in 18th Century Polynesia. @UCL Anthropology.
Free Event

6pm.
'Ideas in the Bath: Serendipity, Chance and Science' @ British Library 

6.30pm
'Fifty Years of Beeching' @ Science Museum 

7pm.
'March 2013 Fiction Lab' @ Royal Institution.


Tuesday 12th March.

4.30pm
'The Impact of HIV Epidemic on Agriculture or the Impact of Agriculture on HIV?' @UCL Anthropology.
Free Event.

6pm
'Across Realities: The Films of Wojciech Bruszewski' @ Tate Modern.
Cost £5

6pm.
'Enoch Powell and the Sovereignty of Parliament.' @ Museum of London with Gresham College.
Free Event

6.30pm
'Chinese Food and Medicine' @ Kings College. 
Free Event but book via Eventbrite.

7pm
'Aspirations' @ Dana Centre
Free Event.

7pm
Dissected: From Death to Display:Human Remains in Medical Museums
Cost £7 or for all lectures in the Dissected Series £28.

Wednesday 13th March.

4pm.
'Conversations in Country: Reassessing Museum Collections in Light of Changing Indigenous Squatter Relations in Australia.' @ Goldsmiths.
Free Event.

5pm.
An Accidental Experiment: Dirty Dancing (1987) and the Convergence between Hollywood and American Independent Cinema. @ Goldsmiths. 
Free Event.

5.30pm.
'Place, Belonging and Language in Northwest Greenland' @ Royal Anthropological Institute.
Free Event but book tickets via Eventbrite.

6.30pm
'The Science of Chocolate' @ Kings College.
Free but book tickets via Eventbrite.

7pm.
'Project Sunshine: How Science can use the Sun to Fuel and Feed the World' @ Royal Institution.
Cost £10

7.30pm
'Caberet Duchamp' @Barbican.
Cost £15

7.30pm.
Underground London: Performing Queer' @ Bishopsgate Institute.
Free Event

Thursday 14th March. 

5pm.
J'anis Jefferies: Crotchet Strategies: Out of the Archive Women Crafting their own Communities' @Goldsmiths. 
Free Event.

5pm.
'Memory, Narrative, Action: Paul Ricchoirs Reflections on History.' @Senate House. 
Free Event.

6.30pm
'Dissecting the Work House Dead' @Florence Nightingale Museum
Cost £6.

6.30pm.
'Proof is in the Pudding: Food Labelling and Healthy Eating.' @ Kings College.
Free but prebook via Eventbrite. 

6..30pm.
'The Archaeology of Race' @ Petrie Museum, UCL.
Free but prebook via Eventbrite. 

7pm.
'Knock Me Out Doc' @ Dana Centre. 
Free Event

Friday 15th March. 

6pm
'Cholera in London' @ School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

6pm.
'Whisky Galore! A Historical and Practical Introduction to Scotch Whisky' @ Kings College.
Cost £10.

6.30pm.
'Art and the Arrival of the Modern Brain' @ British Museum
Cost £5

6.30pm.
'Your Creative Brain: Neuro Science of Imagination.' @ British Library. 
Cost £7.50

8pm. 
'Juergen Teller in Conversation' @ ICA
Cost £12.

Saturday 16th March. 

10am
' Walk: The Ressurectionists and Their Victims' @ Museum of London
Cost £10

11am - 4pm.
Teenage Doll Study Day @ V&A Museum of Childhood.
Cost £5

10.30am - 4.30pm.
'Individuality and the  1930's Home' @ Geffryre Museum
Cost £35

1pm - 5pm
'Fossil Forage' @ Grant Museum of Zoology, UCL.
Free Event.

Sunday 17th March

From 12pm.
Font Sunday with @ Design Museum Twitter.

2pm.
'Cinema and Pyschosis' @ Barbican Centre

2pm.
'The Nine Muses (2010) Film' @ Museum of London Docklands.








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