A variety of free public events are being organised by The School of Arts and Humanities at the University of Huddersfield.

Cultures of Place is a celebration of what makes Huddersfield the place that it is. From the legend of Robin Hood to harvesting rhubarb, photography, crafts and the latest VR technology to talks on magic and spiritualism, there’s much to enthral and engage.

The event, which runs from June 24 to July 4, is a showcase of exhibitions, installations, performances, workshops, podcasts, talks and discussions.

The School of Arts and Humanities, in collaboration with Temporary Contemporary and Kirklees Council, invites you to take part in a range of projects drawing on research taking place now by academic staff and postgraduate research students.

All the projects within this programme present different creative and cultural engagements with place across the subject areas of art, architecture, creative writing, cultural studies, graphic design, English literature, fashion, film, history, media, music, performance, photography and textiles.

Hosted across three sites – the university’s Queensgate campus, Queensgate Market and The Piazza, the programme of activities also involves Temporary Contemporary, Kirklees Year of Music 2023, WOVEN in Kirklees and Huddersfield Literature Festival and Children’s Biennale.

Find out more about the individual projects and book FREE tickets for workshops, talks and performances on the website, here: http://hud.ac/l3n

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