Being Human Festival – Wolverhampton Unscene

Last week CTTR colleagues organised three highly successful events for the Being Human Festival. Proust in Transylvania, Warhol in Wolverhampton, and The Secret Life of Suffragettes saw over 200 people engage with research in the School of Humanities, with the help of colleagues in other departments.

This week we’ll have three more events:

Tonight between 6-8 p.m., Candi Miller and Rob Francis present Dementia Dialogues, a creative writing workshop that will explore writing as a therapeutic means to deal with the trauma that can emerge when people care for loved ones suffering from dementia.

On Wednesday, 20 November, Meena Dhanda’s Overlooked Overlockers will explore memories of the regional textile industry in the Georgian Room at the Wolverhampton Art Gallery.

On Saturday, 24 November, we are undertaking a multi-sensory, interactive walk of the Black Country, starting in Wolverhampton, and ending with a spectacular finale at the Black Country Living Museum. You can dip in and out of the events part of Making Sense of the Black Country, or commit yourself for the duration of the events. A coach will provide transport for people less mobile.

Follow the links for more information.

 

 

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