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Women Reading

I’ve signed up for a six week U3A Cambridge course, Reading women: Questioning Image and Meaning(s), run by Britta Dwyer.  Britta describes the course as follows. Why are women readers so over represented in the visual arts given the limited … Continue reading

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On the Road Again – Darwin Fantasy

On the Road Again is an on-line course run by Simon Draper for the Cambridge U3A.  Simon set an end of course challenge to describe a fantasy journey with four companions, living or dead, in around 250 words.  This was … Continue reading

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U3AC 2020-21 Photography: The Telling Image 2

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Following on from my post on 9th November, here are some edited highlights and my responses on issues raised by Module 2, which looked at photography a means of engagement with society GM: I was glad to see that some … Continue reading

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The Telling Image

Since photographs became a possibility in the 1830s we have become surrounded by them, never more so than in our digital age. How have we got here? How do we understand and react to the images we see? J and … Continue reading

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