~W H A T ‘S O N:
17th October 2017. Centre for Music and Science. University of Cambridge. The Seven Myths of Memory.
11th November 2017. The Myths and Mechanics of Memory. Institute of Continuing Education. Madingley, Cambridgeshire. A one day workshop.
30th November 2017. Royal Society Anniversary Day.
1st-11th December 2017. Cambridge International Education & Cultural Centre. The Captured Thought China Tour. Hong Kong and Hubei Universities.
12th December 2017. London Mathematical Laboratory in conjunction with The Barbican. Science on Screen. Memories are made for the Future. To include a screening of Chris Marker’s ‘La Jetée’ and Jean Cocteau’s ‘The Blood of a Poet’.
24th January-9th February 2018. China UK Development Centre and Maxer Educational Institute. Winter Programme.
6th-7th February 2018. Dancin’ Oxford. The Captured Thought will present ‘What is Dance without an Audience? An investigation beyond language and the complexity of our social interaction to explore patterns of thought from tango to magic.
10th February 2018. Magdalene College Festival of Change, Cambridge. All about Change~ Memories are made for the Future.
7th March 2018. Durham University Post-Doctoral Conference.
17th March 2018. Cambridge Science Festival. The City as Metaphor.
26th March 2018. Madingley Institute of Continuing Education Lecture. Memory, Perception and Language. 4-5.30pm. Followed by course dinner.
31st March- 16th April 2018. The Captured Thought travels to the Orient. For the China UK Development Centre. Nanjing and Shanghai Universities, China.
2nd December 2019. Max Planck Institute. Munich Neuroscience Lecture Series.