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Tel: 9122 282 3530, 282 3560.

May - June 1998 - Vol. XII  No. 2

| European Union Chamber Orchestra | Video Screenings in the Library Seminar room|

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Awards for Study In Britain | International Summer Schools |


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50th Anniversary Programme | New Writing 7 |

 

International Summer Schools

International Jazz : 29 June - 3 July 1998 An opportunity to improve your skills and understanding in the field of modern jazz. It is relevant for experienced players as well as beginners.

Songwriting Workshop : 6 - 17 July 1998 It will teach how to generate lyric ideas and images to express them musically. It will include individual and group exercises, sessions on the fundamental techniques of lyric writing, examine and analyse the work of contemporary songwriters and develop a critical appreciation.

Contemporary Acting : 20 - 31 July 1998 This course will extend and develop your physical and vocal skills and deepen ones expressive technique within the context of contemporary drama. The course focuses on material written within the last 50 years.

Musical Theatre Production : 20 - 31 July 1998/ 3 - 14 August 1998

The first week consists of technical classes in acting, dance and singing, explores the background and history of musical theatre and about staging and directing musicals. The second week concentrates on intensive rehearsals leading to a final showing.

Radio Presenting : 6 - 17 July 1998

The course covers how the industry works, programme making, production and presenting. The emphasis will be hands-on and the course will culminate in a live broadcast day.

For further information contact :

Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts
Mount Street, Liverpool L1 9HF, UK
Tel.: 0044 151 330 3002
Fax: 0044 151 330 3131
Email : summer.school@lipa.ac.uk

British Life and Culture : 23 July - 6 Aug 1998
A two week intensive course covering -

English Literature
Theatre Workshops
Sports and Social Events
Contemporary British Life
Excursions
Intermediate/Advanced English Language

For a prospectus contact :

International Summer School
University of Exeter
Queen's Building
Queen's Drive
Exeter EX4 4QH, UK
Tel.: 0044 1392 264313
Fax : 0044 1392 264377
Email : sumschl@ex.ac.uk

Brighton International Summer School in Art, Design & Architecture : 25 July - 22 Aug 1998 The course offers a choice of master classes in Portrait painting, Graphics 7 photography, studio sessions and lecture classes in Fine art Painting, Life drawing & figure painting, Creative use of the camera, Designing for multi-media and internet, Illustration, Graphic communication design, Architectural studies, Bookbinding & book arts, Youth culture, Early cinema and European fashion history taught by professionals. It is run by the University of Brighton.

For further information contact :

International Summer School Co-ordinator
University of Brighton Faculty of Art, Design & Humanities
Grande Parade
Brighton BN2 2JY,
United Kingdom
Tel.: 0044 1273 642 609
Fax : 0044 1273 643 128
Email : summer@brighton.ac.uk

 

BRITISH SHORT COURSES

Communities, service and the role of government, participatory approaches to service delivery and community development
A four week programme for managers of public policy reform, policy makers in non-governmental organisations, senior community development officials, civic leaders, international agency officials and aid workers worldwide.
Dates : 13 September - 10 October 1998
Venue : School of Public Policy, University of Birmingham
Fees: 6500/- (residential)

For further information contact :

Mrs. Y. Swain
Programme Convenor
School of Public Policy
University of Birmingham, Edgbaston
Birmingham B15 2TT, UK
Social data for structural adjustment
This eight week course aims to provide national officials and academics with the skills required to collect, analyse, interpret and effectively present information on key social policy indicators and the extent to which these are changing over time. The content will be determined by the particular concerns of the applicants, within a framework involving two parallel themes; methodology and applications to particular policy areas.

Dates : 12 October - 4 December 1998
Venue : Institute of Development Studies
University of Sussex
Fees : 5850/- (residential)

For further information contact :

Course Administrator
Teaching and Training Unit
IDS, University of Sussex, Brighton BN1 9RE,UK
Regulatory policy and reform
A six week intensive programme for senior officials interested in reviewing the regulatory environment and developing new forms of regulation in their own country. It is suitable for those involved in policy formulation and implementation at the sectoral, enterprise and social welfare levels. It aims to review the burden of existing administrative structures for regulation on businesses and enterprises and on government agencies themselves. An integral part of the programme involves a critical assessment of current approaches to regulatory appraisal and impact assessment.

Dates : 2 November - 12 December 1998
Venue : University of Manchester
Fees : 5950/- (residential)

For further information contact :

Regulatory Policy & Reform Programme
Administrator
Institute of Development Policy & Management
University of Manchester Crawford House,
Precinct Centre
Oxford Road
Manchester M13 9GH, UK

 

Special events

Tuesday, 28 April to Monday, 4 May 1998 Veer Savarkar Memorial, Shivaji ParkExhibition of Rare CoinsOrganised by the Directorate of Archeology and Museum, Department of Cultural Affairs, Government of Maharashtra
Friday, 1 May 1998 NGMAFashion show by Abu Jani and Sandeep KhoslaIn collaboration with NGMA In association with Times Group Co-sponsored by Oberoi Hotels
Saturday, 2 May to Sunday, 3 May 1998 NGMA Paper making workshop Family eventConducted by Pravin Manikeri

For invitations please contact Cultural Activities unit


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