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You may have noticed that on Saturday at the Workstation two of our fabulous student ambassadors Aysha and Maddy were busy interviewing participants and attendees as well as filming footage of all the talks and sessions going on.. The premier of the film will be this week so come along and have a look at our brilliant display as well as enjoy the free popcorn to watch the film with.. oh yes!

Invitation to This is Arts Enterprise, 5 June, Jessop West, 6pm
You are warmly invited to the University of Sheffield Faculty of Arts and Humanities’ This is Arts Enterprise: a showcase of collaborative projects, at 6pm on Wednesday 5 June in Jessop West, 1 Upper Hanover Street, Sheffield, S3 7RA.

The evening will showcase some of the collaborative projects, linking academic staff with external partners, that are happening at the moment and provide a good opportunity to see some of the activity that is being funded by the Arts Enterprise and other funding streams in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. It’s also a chance to discuss the potential for collaboration in the future as the Faculty is always keen to explore oppotunities for working with external partners.

It will be an informal evening, helped along by a wine reception and finish at 8.30pm

There will be an exhibition, interactive talks and performances by the Passages Theatre Company, performers taking part in the A Boy Was Born festival celebrating the centenary of Benjamin Britten and Pete David, from Sheffield band The Payroll Union, who is currently working on a collaborative project with one of our Historians.

The event is free, but tickets are limited so please register for a ticket atwww.artsenterprise.eventbrite.co.uk

We’d also be delighted to see colleagues from your own or other organisation there, as well as family and friends, so please do forward on this invitation to anyone that you think might be interested in attending.

I look forward to seeing you there
Amy Ryall
External Engagement Projects Officer, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Sheffield

This event is part of the In The City series, supported by Arts Enterprise. For more details about all of our events, including films at The Showroom and a talk by Tristram Hunt MP see:


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A research project within the Sheffield Institute for Interdisciplinary Biblical Studies (SIIBS) at The University of Sheffield.

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