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Nobel Prize winner Professor Al Roth visited the University of Birmingham to give a guest lecture.

British Art and War 1914-18

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17 January 2015British Art and War 1914-18

A special one-day colloquium exploring British art during the First World War.read more

Rebel Visions: The War Art of CRW Nevinson
24 October 2014-25 January 2015Rebel Visions: The War Art of CRW Nevinson
The Naked and The Nude
31 October 2014-18 January 2015The Naked and The Nude
Everything is Lost by Patrick Dandy
1 December 2014-13 February 2015Everything is Lost by Patrick Dandy
Bramall Comedy Night: Ivo Graham, Nathan Caton and Holly Walsh

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15 January 2015Bramall Comedy Night: Ivo Graham, Nathan Caton and Holly Walsh

The Bramall Music building presents its monthly comedy night, compered by Ivo Graham, joined by Nathan Caton and Holly Walsh.read more

The Friends' Ambulance Unit during the First World War

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22 October 2014-30 January 2015The Friends' Ambulance Unit during the First World War

Exhibition telling the story of the Friends' Ambulance Unit, which operated as a volunteer medical relief service alongside the French Army during the First World War in northern France and Belgium.read more

Rebel Visions: The War Art of CRW Nevinson
24 October 2014-25 January 2015Rebel Visions: The War Art of CRW Nevinson
The Naked and The Nude
31 October 2014-18 January 2015The Naked and The Nude
Everything is Lost by Patrick Dandy
1 December 2014-13 February 2015Everything is Lost by Patrick Dandy
Forward 100: Birmingham at War
6 January-27 March 2015Forward 100: Birmingham at War
Gods and Heroes
23 January-25 May 2015Gods and Heroes
New Art West Midlands
13 February-17 May 2015New Art West Midlands
Railway Engineering and Systems Seminar series 2014/15

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8 January-26 February 2015Railway Engineering and Systems Seminar series 2014/15

The 2014/15 series of railway seminars is almost fully booked already for the year and we are delighted to welcome senior practitioners from across the railway industry to the Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education. All students in the Schools of Civil Engineering and EESE, as well as anyone who finds the topic of interest, are welcome to attend. Attendance is expected of all MRes Railway Systems Integration students.read more