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Futurecade exhibit
Temporary Category for 2022
  • Exhibition
15th Sep 10:00am - 25th Sep 5:00pm

Event Central Exhibition

The Event Central exhibition showcases fantastic collaborations between artists and University of Sheffield researchers.
  • Exhibition
15th Sep 10:00am - 25th Sep 5:00pm

Futurecade Exhibition

Futurecade at the Millennium Gallery, is a space in which immersive technology, art and research collide.
Collage of photographs of different people using assistive technologies and instruments
  • Workshop
16th Sep 11:00am

Dementia Café: Engaging with Music and the Arts for Well-being

A workshop where attendees can have a cup of tea while trying out technologies and arts devices made for people living with dementia
  • Talk
16th Sep 1:00pm

Innovation for Productivity in South Yorkshire: Evolutor

Dr Joe Price will be discussing the spin-out company ‘Evolutor’ and how this new technology platform has been developed in the University’s Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
abstract illustration
  • Talk
16th Sep 2:00pm

A Mirror It Does Seem

A talk from Dr Thomas McAuley looking at the relationship between text and image in Japanese poetry
Multiple black and white photos of women+ musicians overlaid on one another
  • Talk
16th Sep 3:00pm

Object|ified: Exploring Under-represented Voices in Sheffield’s Music Scene

A talk from Dr Alexandra Woodall exploring the role of objects in uncovering hidden stories
A black and white photo of a woman dancing with the text 'Love Should Not Hurt: A Way Out'
  • Performance
  • Talk
16th Sep 4:30pm

Love Should Not Hurt: A Way Out

A narrative-based dance performance by Erica Mulkern, produced in collaboration with Dr Jilly Gibson-Miller and Anika Mishra, looking at domestic abuse
photo of a butterfly with orange, brown and white wings standing on a green leaf
  • Talk
16th Sep 5:30pm

1000 Muses

A panel discussion with Luke Richardson, Dr Patricio Salazar and Daisy Chambers-Dubus, looking at the art and science behind their butterfly installation