How can print and multimedia texts be used to support multilingual creativity?
Hear from publishers and practitioners who have developed innovative resources and approaches in multilingual creativity, and discuss what can be done to take this work further.
Venue: Anatomy Museum, King’s College London, Strand Campus
Part of the Multilingual Creativity Events Series
What are the events about?
King’s Cultural Institute and the Free Word Centre (supported by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation) are jointly hosting a series of events to bring together interested parties from various sectors. These events will provide a space for the sharing of research and best practice in Multilingual Creativity as well as the development of new and more impactful projects.
Who are the events for?
Schools, universities, museums, libraries, publishers and arts, cultural and community organisations as well as freelance multilingual practitioners such as writers and translators.
How do I book a place?
Email us with ‘MC Series’ in the subject line at email@example.com to express your interest.
Tell us the following:
First name, surname, organisation you represent and organisational website (if applicable)
The event you’d like to attend
Whether you would like to present at the event. If yes, please give a 200 - 400 word outline of the project, research or work you would like to share.
We will confirm your place two weeks before the event. If you are interested in presenting someone will be in touch to discuss this.