Events

May 19, 1995

GERMAN RELATIONS

Postwar British cartoons depicting Germany are being exhibited at the University of Wales, Cardiff Student Union Building, Park Place, until May 31. The 75 cartoons concentrate on Anglo-German relations from both sides between the 1950s and 1990s. The collection features the work of Vicky, Michael Cummings, William Rushton, Steve Bell, Horst, Hatzinger and Loriot. The exhibition in the staff dining club is open 9am to 7pm. Information: Axel Reiche, School of European Studies. Tel: 01222 876095 or Debra Evans, Public Relations Officer, 01222 884499.

POLYMODEL 16

Polymodel is an organisation formed by the former north-eastern polytechnics and local industry to promote collaboration. This year's annual conference is on May 23-24 and is entitled "Applications of Artificial Intelligence", to be held at the Washington Conference Centre, University of Sunderland. Information: Danny Chao, Conference Secretary, Polymodel 16, School of Computing and Information Systems, Priestman Building, Green Terrace, Sunderland, SR1 3SD. Tel: 0191 515 53/email: K-M.Chao@sunderland.ac.uk.

BORDERLINES FESTIVAL

Anglia Polytechnic University's second annual arts festival ends on May . The festival features the pleasures and problems of the boundaries by which we live, ranging across Indian pop, Caribbean writing, classic theatre and the British obsession with Woolworths. Information: Simon Featherstone, Anglia Polytechnic University, East Road, Cambridge, CB1 3PT. Tel: 01223 631.

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