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19:45 at The Bell Pub
A talk on the transmission of scientific and practical knowledge among small-scale oral cultures across the world, drawing on Australian Aboriginal, Native American, African and Pacific cultures.

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14:00 at ICA
This talk, by Elizabeth Jochum, considers the implications of computation as an artistic medium and the possible consequences for ‘transpersonal’ engagement in art practice.

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19:00 at British Library
British Library celebrates International Women’s Day with a conversation on the power and potential of archiving feminist movements.

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15:00 at Royal Academy of Arts
Join artist Paul Maheke for a roundtable discussion exploring the relationship between art institutions and the personal narratives of artists in times of global crisis.

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13:00 at Royal Academy of Arts
Dr Natalia Murray, co-curator of ‘Revolution: Russian Art 1917-32’, explores how visual art was used to propagate revolutionary and Communist ideas in the aftermath of the Russian revolution.

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19:30 at DIY Space for London
An evening of poetry and prose curated by Goldsmiths, University of London Writers’ Centre.

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13:00 at Candid Arts Trust
Following on from the success of Dissecting Masculinity series Contested brings you Dissecting Gender.

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19:00 at British Library
Will Self and Hanif Kureishi explore the experience of passing on much of their work to the national collection.

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19:00 at Rich Mix
This discussion tackles the difficult questions raised by the outcome of last year’s referendum, exploring the role of the arts in European democracies.

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19:45 at The Bell Pub
Think that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light? That Darwin was the first to put forward a theory of evolution, or that Watson and Crick discovered DNA?

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