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Concrete Poetry Exhibition & Symposium
1 December 2014 - 1 March 2015
University of Cambridge, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DT
This show has been designed to mark the 50th Anniversary of the first international exhibition of concrete, kinetic and phonic poetry held in the Rushmore rooms, St Catharine's College, Cambridge from 28 November to 5 December 1964, organised by Stephen Bann, Reg Gadney, Philip Steadman and Mike Weaver. Among over ninety works shown at the week-long exhibition were poems sent from Brazil by Ronaldo Azeredo, Augusto de Campos, Haroldo de Campos, José Lino Grunewald and Décio Pignatari of the Noigandres group and from Edgard Braga, Luiz Angelo Pinto and Pedro Xisto.
Forró London - Festival 2015
6-8 March 2015
Hornsey Road Baths, 260 Hornsey Road, London N7 7QT
Marking it's 4th anniversary on the London scene, Forró London official's Festival is back and rearing to go. Boasting 3 jam packed days of workshops, 3 tremendous nights of parties till the small hours - and one love, Forro.
Exhibition: Iris Della Roca
14 - 21 March 2015
The Little Black Gallery, 13A Park Walk, London SW10 0AJ
The Little Black Gallery is proud to present, in association with World Wide Women, "As the king is not humble, may the humble be king!" by Iris Della Roca.
Energy Geopolitics and the New World Order – the implications for Brazil
17 March 2015 | 5.45pm
Taylor Wessing, 5 New Street Square, London EC4A 3TW
The world energy market is undergoing a historic shift. A dramatic drop in oil prices, an ongoing conflict and unrest in major oil producers, shale oil production propelling the US as an oil exporter and the historic US-China agreement on climate change, to name but a few. These events are contributing to a new world order with serious consequences for energy producing and consuming nations. Lord Howell of Guildford and Dr Irene Mia will share their views on the new energy geopolitics, the shifts in energy markets, trade and investment flows, and climate change goals as well as the consequences for the largest economies in Latin America. Dr Carole Nakhle will moderate the discussion. The event will be followed by a networking reception.