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17-27 September 2020
  • Health
  • Live
  • Sustainability

Sheffield Carescapes – Live Event

Dr Matthew Lariviere talks about the Sheffield Carescapes exhibition and his work on the future of care technologies and practices
  • Health
  • Live

Brain Orchard – Live Event

Artist Kate Sully and researchers from SITraN talks about their collaboration on the Brain Orchard exhibition
  • Climate Change
  • Hope
  • Live
  • Sustainability

Project 2050 – Live Event

Engineering students from SELA talk about developing an interactive film where the player has to make potentially word-saving, engineering-based decisions
  • Climate Change
  • Health
  • Live

Invisible Pollution – Live Event

Damien Bemben, Rohit Chakraborty talk about the development of the SheffSense air pollution monitoring system - an ambitious project to make pollution data easier to access and understand
  • Climate Change
  • Live
  • Sustainability

Nanocade: Light Journeys – Live Event

Dr Andrew Parnell and artist Paul Evans will discuss the ideas, inspiration, art and physics behind the Nanocade exhibition
  • Health
  • Live

The Broken Crab – Live Event

A Q&A session with Dr Sam Pashneh-Tala and Joe Skelton discussing the ethical issues surrounding human enhancement raised by the audio play The Broken Crab
  • Hope
  • Podcast

What did you say? – Podcast

Emma Moore, Professor of Sociolinguistics, explores how we evaluate the way other people form words and sentences, and what happens when people use non-standard grammar
  • Podcast
  • Sustainability

Salmon of Steel: Steel City River Walk – Podcast

Local historians, environmentalists and ecologists take you on a journey along the River Don to tell the story of the river and how it has shaped Sheffield
  • Health
  • Hope

Women’s Movement 100: Angels of the North – Film

A film about Women's Movement 100 - a dance performance inspired by Julie Gottlieb's research on the suffrage movement and Claudia Mazza' work on biomechanics
  • Health
  • Hope
  • Podcast

Women’s Movement 100: Angels of the North – Podcast

The people behind Women's Movement 100: Angels of the North talk about their involvement in this ambitious community dance and film project
  • Podcast
  • Sustainability

Wild-Edges – Podcast

The team behind the Wild-Edges project discuss the landscape of Garden's Edge in the Peak District's Eastern Moors, exploring ideas of archaeology, wilderness and wilding
  • Health
  • Hope

Who’s the Man – Film

Music video by Kweku Sackey, of KOG & the Zongo Brigade, and producer Tom Excell. Inspired by the work of cultural historian Dr Lucy Brown
  • Extinction
  • Podcast
  • Sustainability

Bittersweet Air – Podcast

Sculptor and mixed-media artist Anthony Bennett talks about working with soil microbiologist Professor Tim Daniell on a playful but powerful installation.
  • Health
  • Sustainability

Physical Education – Film

In this high flying, science circus extravaganza film Dr Nate Adams and aerial performers take a humorous look at the energy in our bodies and the world
  • Climate Change
  • Health
  • Podcast

Invisible Pollution – Podcast

Harley Everett and Rohit Chakraborty discuss the dangers of air pollution and the Sheffield Climate Monitor tool
  • Extinction
  • Live

Feed the Beast – Live Event

Musician Sarah Watts performs new pieces for solo contrabass clarinet on the theme of endangered species, with visuals by Peter and Paul and voiceover by the actor Jon Iles
  • Sustainability

Life of a Cookstove – Film

Professor Vanessa Castan Broto, Sean Lovell present an animated documentary examining everyday cooking practises in Maputo, Mozambique where people depend on polluting charcoal to get by
  • Health

Dis-sociated – Film

Screening of documentary 'Dis-sociated’ about dissociative seizures, a baffling and misunderstood neurological condition, with Professor Marcus Reuber, Clea Varga
  • Off the Shelf
  • Podcast

Folkloric Customs in the Time of Covid-19 – Podcast

Dr David Clarke and Andrew Robinson explore the new folkloric customs and traditions that have emerged as a result of the COVID-19 lockdown
  • Off the Shelf
  • Podcast

Sheffield Round Walk – Podcast

Jon takes you on a gentle ramble around the Sheffield Round Walk with fascinating detail about the city’s industrial past, geology and surprising wildlife
  • Off the Shelf
  • Podcast

Seduce – Podcast

Désirée Reynolds discusses race and protest through writing as well as talking about her novel Seduce set on a mythical island in the Caribbean
  • Off the Shelf
  • Podcast

Poetry with Eleanor Brown – Podcast

Eleanor’s collection White Ink Stains draws on women’s lives with many poems written in response to interviews made for the Reading Sheffield oral history project
  • Health
  • Hope
  • Live

It’s OK to Be Naked – Live Event

Tim Norwood performs a fun and intimate one-man show exploring hang-ups around nudity and body image, developed with Dr Nicola Buckland
  • Health
  • Hope
  • Podcast

It’s OK to Be Naked – Podcast

Olly Newton, Tim Norwood, Dr Nicola Buckland and Claire Wood talk about nudity, body image and mental health
  • Health
  • Hope

Food for the Soul – Film

A film exploring the role arts events play in living a fulfilled life with Dan Bale, Dr Sarah Price, Tommy Wilson, Steve Rimmer, Professor Stephanie Pitts
  • Off the Shelf
  • Podcast

Hidden Histories: Stories from Sheffield General Cemetery – Podcast

Laura Alston looks at the history of Sheffield General Cemetery and the stories of some of the people buried there
  • Podcast
  • Sustainability

Salmon of Steel: The Story of Sheffield’s Salmon – Podcast

Ecologists and environmentalists tell the story of the River Don's Atlantic Salmon, and how pioneering research could help us track the recovery of this iconic species
  • Health
  • Live

Phoenix: Impact of domestic violence and Abuse – Live Event

Dr Parveen Ali talks about her project Phoenix - an art installation exploring the psychological and physical impacts of domestic violence and abuse
  • Health
  • Podcast

Phoenix: Impact of domestic violence and Abuse – Podcast

Ceramicist Angie Hardwick and Dr Parveen Ali talk about using art explore the psychological and physical images of domestic violence and abuse
  • Climate Change
  • Podcast

Whisper Drifter Trickster – Podcast

Luis Hernan, Katja Peijnenburg and Carolina Ramirez-Figueroa discuss their installation exploring climate change and the effects of ocean acidification on marine life
  • Health

Suicide Monologues – Film

Professor Brendan Stone, Kathryn Littlewood, Penny Capper present a series of short films presenting the testimonies of people who have been affected by suicide
  • Artificial Intelligence

What does it feel like? – Film

Professor Dorothy Ker and Terry O'Connor ask what are the limits of interaction with robots/AI? How musical and conversational can they be?
  • Health
  • Podcast
  • Sustainability

Sheffield Carescapes – Podcast

Writer Akeem Balogun presents two short stories inspired by Dr Matthew Lariviere's work on the future of care technologies and practices
  • Climate Change
  • Podcast
  • Sustainability

Light, the Universe and Everything – Podcast

Artist Paul Evans and physicist Andrew Parnell answer crowd-sourced questions about light, the universe, and what it's like working together on an art-science project
  • Health
  • Podcast

I Walk the Line – Podcast

Dr Chris Blackmore and Nick Bax talk about using virtual reality as a storytelling and therapeutic tool for improving mental health and wellbeing
  • Hope

Creating Hope: A Choir Concert – Live Event

A choir concert of uplifting popular songs on the theme of hope, inspired by engineering research with Professor Matt Carrė, Andrew Booth
  • Extinction
  • Live

Cassirer’s Oedipus: Distant Takes – Live Event

At this live event, Dr Iona Hine and the cast of Oedipus at Colonus discuss developing this unique production
  • Hope
  • Podcast

Creating Hope – Podcast

Choir leader Andy Booth and engineer Matt Carré talk about the Creating Hope choir concert and explore ‘hope’ with Engineering colleagues
  • Off the Shelf
  • Podcast

The Land That Made Us – Podcast

The Land that Made Us explores eighty years of Peak District farming history as farmers reflect on what could make farming sustainable in the future
  • Live
  • Sustainability

Common Ground – Live Event

A talk on the issues of unsustainable production, food waste, environmental cost and new technologies presented by Professor Duncan Cameron
  • Hope

Castlegate Sheffield: Excavating the Past; Building the Future – Film

Launch of Sheffield Castle book and film, with panel discussion on heritage and Castlegate regeneration with John Moreland, Carolyn Butterworth, Friends of Sheffield Castle
  • Health
  • Podcast

The Broken Crab – Podcast

Dr Sam Pashneh-Tala, Joseph Skelton and Hannah Goraya present a drama about an “enhanced” Olympian in the future, exploring the ethics of tissue engineering and redesigning our bodies
  • Climate Change
  • Health
  • Podcast

Breathing Space – Podcast

The team behind the Breathing Space exhibition talk about the consequences of air pollution, and what we can do to improve the air quality in our cities
  • Health
  • Podcast

Brain Orchard – Podcast

Artist Kate Sully and researchers from SITraN talk about their exhibition on how brain connections work in a state of disease
  • Health
  • Podcast

Age of Love – Podcast

Join Frank and Joy, Sheffield's iconic couple, in this uplifting audio play about intimacy. With Dr Sharron Hinchliff, Christopher Green, Melanie Crawley, Pete McKee