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Latest Well Met News
Teach First returns to Well Met with record number of trainee teachers
Well Met, the conferencing office of Leeds Beckett University, welcomes back the Teach First Summer Institute (22nd – 26th July) for a sixth year, as the education charity celebrates a record year of 1,735 trainee teachers start training in schools serving disadvantaged communities across England and Wales. These teachers will work in over 750 schools supporting an estimated 300,000 children over the next two years.
Well Met hosts Regional NUS Lead and Change Conference at the Rose Bowl Leeds
Well Met, the conference office of Leeds Beckett University, will host the National Union of Students (NUS) flagship training event Lead and Change, North Conference at the Rose Bowl city campus (30th July – 1st August 2019).
Going Green for 2019
When we talked about putting together our green DDR package, we realised that this is more than a trend. This is a necessity. So rather than adding a green option, why not just go all in? This year, all our DDRs are going green because great conferencing shouldn’t cost the Earth.
A photographic exhibition depicting unlit bonfires and their teenage guardians, exploring the history, traditions and community associated with structures we ritually set on fire.
Beckett Choir - rehearsals
Inside Out - Anat Ben David
Anat Ben-David is an artist-musician who will discuss the creative process and the relationship between the artist and the tools they use.
Dispatches from 1842: George Thompson, Moses Grandy and the Sociology of Knowledge
This Black History Month Research Seminar will be presented by Christy Hyman, a PhD student at the University of Nebraska Lincoln in the USA.
Architecture Open Lecture Series: Earth Observation with Andrew Shepherd
Andrew Shepherd will be discussing the use of satellites to observe and understand climate across the globe
Slow Painting with Martin Herbert
In partnership with Leeds Art Gallery. Martin Herbert, former Fine Art Alumni and curator of the Hayward Gallery Touring Show presents Slow Painting, will give a talk prior to the opening of this show at 18:00. The exhibition features 19 artists, primarily British or UK based, whose work spans a myriad of styles and applications, from figuration to abstraction. Opening at Leeds Art Gallery (24 Oct 2019 – 12 Jan 2020), Slow Painting then travels to The Levinsky Gallery in Plymouth (25 Jan – 29 Mar 2020).