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Community Open Doors Day: Opening up the archives - 50 years of life on campus

As part of a wide range of events being held across campus as part of Community Open Doors day, the University Archives is throwing open its doors to tell the story of the university’s foundation, growth and development.

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What's on where? Your programme for the day

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Community Open Doors Day aims to bring every part of the campus alive by inviting the local community to join students and staff in celebrating the University’s 50th Anniversary.

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About Africa: in pictures

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Film director Harry Hook tells the dynamic and fascinating story of Africa's human migration from countryside to the city - an epic journey of cultural change as seen and told from a lifetime photographing Africa.

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Bus Party Exhibition: Listening Lugs Tour

This exhibition focuses on the 2014 Bus Party group and their efforts through music, poetry and readings to discuss peoples' hopes for Scotland's future regardless of the referendum outcome.

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Japan Week: The Zen Way - A long standing practitioner shares his insight (sake talk and tasting to follow)

Consul General Daisuke Matsunaga, of the Consulate General of Japan in Edinburgh, will deliver the keynote lecture The Zen Way - A long standing practitioner shares his insight.

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Japan Week: Cultivating humanity in Japan through the Liberal Arts

Dr Mike Lacktorin, Founding Dean of the International College of Liberal Arts at Yamanashi Gakuin University, delivers his keynote lecture Japan Week: Cultivating humanity in Japan through the Liberal Arts.

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Japan Week: Japanese Tea Ceremony

The tea-ceremony will be performed by Mio Shapley, a qualified master of Urasenke Tea Ceremony, who studied with master Yoshiko Noda.

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Japan Week: Shishu Workshop

our chance to try shishu, a type of Japanese embroidery, with Ms Kumiko Kimura.

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Japan Week: The Art of Shishu

Join Ms Kumiko Kimura of Atomi University, Japan, for an introduction to the art of shishu (Japanese embroidery).

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Japan Week: Studying in Japan

Come along and find out more about studying at university in Japan.

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