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    Information Seminar - Start Studying Law the Easier Way on the Certificate in Legal Studies

    Date
    31 May 2017 (Wed) | 19:00 - 20:00|
    Venue
    Room 605, 6/F, United Centre, 95 Queensway, Hong Kong (Exit D, Admiralty MTR Station)
    Speaker
    Programme Director: Thomas Ng

    Programme Director: Thomas Ng

    Thomas Ng is a programme director at HKUSPACE, and teaches the Business Associations component of the Certificate in Legal Studies. He has also taught on many other law courses at HKU SPACE, and is happy to answer any questions you may have about studying law.

  • 31
    May 2017
    (Wed)

    [Meeting the Course Leaders] University of the Arts London Master's Programmes

    Date
    31 May 2017 (Wed) | 19:00 - 19:45|
    Venue
    Rm 202, 2/F, Admiralty Learning Centre  (Admiralty MTR Station Exit A)
    Speaker
    Steve Cross Charlotte Bonham-Carter

    Steve Cross

    Steve Cross is the Associate Dean of School of Media, and Programme Director of MA Media, Communications and Critical Practice, London College of Communication, University of the Arts London. Steve’s current research is focused on relationships between media forms and religious identity and practice, and is the subject of a forthcoming book. He is also interested in theories of social and cultural change and their relationship to Enlightenment and post-Enlightenment philosophies of history. Expertise: Sociology of media and communication; Social, media and cultural theory; Media and religion; History, sociologies and philosophies

    Charlotte Bonham-Carter

    Charlotte Bonham-Carter has experience in cultural management and academic leadership. She has held curatorial positions at a number of public institutions, including the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Barbican Art Gallery, Institute for Contemporary Arts (ICA) and Art on the Underground. Charlottee is the co-author (with David Hodge) of The Contemporary Art Book (Goodman, 2009 and 2011) and Contemporary Art: 200 of the World’s Most Groundbreaking Artists (Goodman, 2013). Her research interests include arts funding, arts management, instrumental cultural policy and cultural value, and I lecture widely on these topics. I hold an MA in Curating Contemporary Art from the Royal College of Art in London, and a BA in English Literature from Northwestern University, Evanston, IL.

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