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Holocaust survivor shares deeply moving story with London Met students

Harry Olmer spoke to International Relations students about his "cut off from civilisation."

Discover: Works Inspired By Found Objects

MA By Project student's work feature in online exhibition by Garland Magazine.

MASS at Cass: Cabin Fever with Hello Wood

Monday 23 April 2018, 5pm - 6.30pm

MASS welcomes Hello Wood, an award winning Hungarian practice, who are hosting their ninth annual summer school “Cabin Fever”.

The sky’s the limit

Two students have made a short film to celebrate the opening of the new roof garden which is based at Calcutta House.

Introducing...London Met Journalism Diversity Network

A new scheme at the University offers Journalism students the chance to get exciting real-life work placements, through the well-established lecturers’ networks.

EXHIBITION: Fine Art Year 1 Pop-Up series

Various dates and locations

A series of pop-up exhibitions curated by first year Fine Art students.

Ikebana, performativity and contemporary art

Thursday 19 April 2018, 2.00pm

A talk with guest artist Takaya Fujii about Ikebana, performativity and contemporary art.

The Twisted Roots of Rock 'n' Roll

Rob Dickens CBE, one of the most influential names in the music industry, will discuss his fascinating career at London Met on Thursday 3 May. Tickets are free.

Hammering out a poem

Thursday 3 May 2018, 6.30pm - 8.00pm

Peter Clossick will speak about the philosophy and ideas behind his figurative paintings from the 1980's to today.

Open Field 2017-18: Chooc Ly Tan

7 April until 12 May 2018

Artist-in-residence at The Cass.

Senior Lecturer invited to speak to All Party Parliamentary Group

Dr Steve Hills, a sport-for-development expert at London Met, will share his expertise at a boxing focused All Party Parliamentary Group meeting in April.

London Met takes part in ‘Lost Trades of Islington’ project with Age UK

Recording the memories of those who worked in industries no longer existing in Islington.

Taking part in Moving Medicine

Justin Webb, senior lecturer in Health and Social Care, is taking part in a series of national discussions to improve and develop cancer interventions and resources.

Hearing about the life of a development producer

Caroline Clayton, a development producer who has worked on several high-profile documentaries, came into the University to offer her knowledge to students.

Investigating Britain’s biggest ever child sex scandal

Professor Liz Kelly worked as a part of a national investigation which found that up to 1,000 children were sexually abused in Telford over a 40-year period.