Events

January 6, 1995

INHERITANCE Photographs of three generations of Welsh home and family by Peter Finnemore will be exhibited at the Aberystwyth Arts Centre (January 9-February 20). Details: Jenny Fell, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Penglais, Aberystwyth, SY23 3DE. Tel 0970 622889.

CONTEMPORARY DIVERSITY The British American Arts Association, has organised a one-day seminar and two-day international conference as follows: February 7 -- "Cultural Institutions: Technique and Innovation in Education", where participants will have an opportunity to look at the purpose of education programmes and discuss elements of effective educational programming; February 8-9 -- "Responding to Contemporary Diversity" will focus on aspects of education in arts and the function and financing of such programmes as well as the state of the art in technology, collaboration, training and management. These events will take place at the South Bank Centre. Details and application forms: The BAAA, 116 Commercial Street, London, E1 6NF (Tel +44 (0)71 247 5385 or fax 247 5256).

RELIGIOUS LANGUAGE Roehampton Institute is holding a conference entitled "The Nature of Religious Language". Its theme covers the limits and possibilities of language in religious discourse, respects in which religious language differs from secular language and the reasons why differences arise. The conference will be held at Digby Stuart College, Roehampton Institute, London, London SW15 on February 11 and 12. Details: Reeva Charles, Faculty Administrative Officer, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, tel 0181 392 3063 or fax 392 3060.

CHEMISTRY CELEBRATIONS The 100th Faraday Discussion entitled "Atmospheric Chemistry; Measurements, Mechanisms and Models" will be held at the University of East Anglia in April. Also in honour of the centenary, the Royal Society of Chemistry has arranged a "Celebration of Physical Chemistry" at the Royal Institution, which will feature a series of talks. The celebration will be held on April 24 (11am-5.30pm followed by a buffet reception at Burlington House.Details: Angela Fish, The Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1V 0BN. Tel 0171 437 8656 or fax 734 12.

HERCULES AND SISYPHUS Paul Wallace's inaugural lecture "Hercules or Sisyphus? Academic Primary Health Care into the Third Millenium" will take place at 5pm on January 10 in lecture theatre 1 at the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine. Paul Wallace is the David Cohen professor of primary health care. The Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine is situated in Rowland Hill Street, NW3 2PR. Details: Ruth Bishop (0171 794 0500 ext.4268).

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