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Governing Global Climate Change: Potential and Prospects of a Paris Accord - International Symposium

What global climate regime may be agreed in the 21st UN ?Framework Convention on Climate Change Conference of the Parties? How to foster sustainable landscapes governance, and implement future legal and policy reforms for the low-carbon economy? What is the future of climate change litigation, and how to realise human rights for climate justice?

9:00AM - 6:00PM

Cambridge International Development Conference 2015

CamIDC is an annual student-run conference which brings students and professionals into contact with those working at the forefront of international development, whether formulating policy, developing new strategies on the ground, or expanding the academic discipline.

10:00AM - 5:00PM

Cradled in caricature: visual humour in satirical prints and drawings

This exhibition looks at the methods used by British artists from James Gillray to Glen Baxter to amuse and entertain, ranging from the simple exaggeration of facial features and burlesque comedy, to more complicated word-play and ironic literary allusions.

10:00AM - 5:00PM

Following Hercules: the story of classical art

Hercules is one of the best loved heroes from ancient Greece. Known in antiquity for completing twelve tasks or ‘labours’ that confirmed his status as a god, Hercules is today tasked with one more — to show visitors to the Fitzwilliam how sculptures made in the Mediterranean millennia ago came to define western art.

10:00AM - 5:00PM

Ronald Searle: Obsessed with drawing

Born in Cambridge, Ronald Searle is best known as the inventor of the fictional girls’ school St. Trinian’s (1948) and for his collaborations on Geoffrey Willans’ Molesworth series (1953-58). This exhibition shows the diversity of his art, from working as a war artist, to making drawings for book and magazine illustration, travel reportage, theatre, film, medals and political caricature.

10:30AM - 4:30PM

Highlight The Power of Paper: 50 Years of Printmaking from Australia, Canada and South Africa

From the mid-twentieth century onwards, colonized peoples and indigenous communities began to represent themselves through art in modern media. In Australia, Canada and South Africa, they depicted culture, history and struggle through printmaking. This exhibition at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology is a revelation of eloquent art made by black and indigenous artists since the 1960s.

2:00PM - 4:00PM

The Royal Academy at Wolfson

A rotating exhibition of exceptional works by 15 Royal Academicians, including the Royal Academy’s President, Christopher Le Brun, organised by Wolfson Fine Arts and curated by Anthony Green RA. The exhibition forms part of Wolfson College's 50th anniversary celebrations.

7:00PM - 10:00PM

Highlight Sakhya Charity Diwali Dinner and Dance

A fun filled Diwali dinner and dance evening with a Bollywood theme. Dance performance by Sanskruti School of Dance and DJ dance music provided by VAl, to the accompaniment of delicious authentic Indian dishes. Come join us to celebrate the festival of lights and help us light up someone's world!

7:30PM - 9:30PM

Jazz at Mumford

Julian Joseph Trio

7:30PM - 10:00PM

Highlight Strings of Kashmir

Santoor concert by Kiranpal singh - one of the most distinguished pupils of Shiv Kumar Sharma.


Highlight Howard Shelley performs Beethoven

Cambridge University Chamber Orchestra are joined by Howard Shelley for a performance of Beethoven's Piano Concerto No.2, Mozart's 'Haffner' Symphony and Mendelssohn's Symphony No.4

9:30PM - 11:59PM

Clare Jazz

Tara Minton, Hitchcock/Veitch Quartet