Design without Frontiers: Interdisciplinarity & Collaboration in Soviet Art, Architecture and Design
20 September – 21 September 2012
A two day conference based at CRASSH, West Road, Cambridge. Creative practice in Soviet Russia was marked by unprecedented emphasis on collaborative endeavour, reaching across disciplinary boundaries. Architects, poets, painters and designers were united in formal and informal collaborative networks, leading to innovative design collectives, and to a unique erosion of any lasting divisions between architectural, graphic, textile, theatre, and urban design. The conference will include sessions examining specific items within the exhibition, alongside interdisciplinary papers from an international field of researchers.
More information at http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/events/1683
To coincide with the Catherine Cooke exhibition, the University Library’s Entrance Hall is displaying a selection of large-scale paintings by the Ukrainian artist Ulyana Gumeniuk.
Open to the public 9am-7pm Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm Saturday. The display runs until December 22 (closed 27 August and 10-16 September inclusive).
Outdoor film screening at the UL
The evening of Friday 21 September will see
the first ever outdoor film screening at the UL. As part of the
Cambridge Film Festival, the 1924 Soviet film 'Aelita : Queen of Mars
New events will be added over the duration of the exhibition and to keep up to date, check these online listings or join the mailing list email@example.com