2016 Event Booking: Quick Links

All Human Worlds Festival events are FREE and open to all! However, many activities and talks require pre-booking online, so be sure to register now to secure your place.

To help with this, we have created this quick link page. Click on booking link to be taken directly each event’s booking page. Bookings can also be made through the links provided in each event’s page*.

*Click on event name to view its full description, additional booking links, and links to detailed maps.

Election Night USA! Presidential Legacies  
8-9th Nov 2016    22:00-01:00 Avenue Campus Bldg 65
Booking link: http://tinyurl.com/eniteUSA

British Art Show 8 Inspirations: The Hope and Fear of Evolution and Development Festival fringe event
15th Nov 2016 13:00-14:00 John Hansard Gallery
Book via: 023 8059 2158

Being Human in an Age of Intelligent Machines
17th Nov 2016 19:30-21:00pm
Physics Building 46, Lecture Theatre A (Rm 3001), Highfield Campus
No pre-booking required

Bright Club #6 Festival Fringe Event
18th Nov 2016 18:30-22:00
Boulangerie Victor Hugo
Tickets £6.50, book online.

Hands-On Humanities Day*
19th Nov 2016 10:30-16:30 ALL EVENTS Avenue Campus, Bldg 65
Booking link: http://tinyurl.com/hohd16

*Hands-On Humanities sub-events requiring pre-booking:

Is Plastic Fantastic?

All day, Bldg 65. Separate booking required for the three hands-on, family-friendly morning sessions (40mins), which run at 10:30, 11:30 and 12:30. Attendees are encouraged to book all three sessions, where possible!
Booking linkhttp://tinyurl.com/ipf16

Become a Cave Artist
Learn about cave art and become a cave artist yourself. Great for all ages. 10:30-16:30 with special learning sessions at 11:00, 13:00 and 15:00. Room 1143.
No pre-booking required

“A Healthy Generation?” LifeLab at Hands-On Humanities Day
13:30-15:00, Lecture Theatre A.
No pre-booking required

Become a Cave Artist
All day, with special learning sessions at 11:30, 13:30 and 15:30. Room 1143
No pre-booking required

Intercultural Café
13:00-15:00 Tables outside Lattes Café
No pre-booking required

Southampton Storyteller Suzanne Houston
30min storytelling sessions: 11am, 1pm, 3pm, Room 1177
No pre-booking required

Queering narratives: How to make a documentary
12:30-13:30 Avenue Campus, Lecture Theatre C
No pre-booking required

Build-A-Burial Workshop
All day, Room 1145
No pre-booking required

SUSO Quartet Musical Workshop
11:00-12:00 Room 1173
No pre-booking required

An Evening of Live Storytelling with Touch Network Festival Fringe Event 
19th Nov 2016 18:30-21:00 Costa Coffee; Tickets £5
Booking linkhttps://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/an-evening-of-live-storytelling-tickets-28756446305?utm_term=eventurl_text

Hope and Fear in The Missing Woman. Meet the Author with Carole Burns
22nd Nov 2016 18:00-19:00
Avenue Campus, Bldg 65 Room 1097
Booking link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/meet-the-author-carole-burns-hope-and-fear-in-the-missing-woman-tickets-29213864455

Hope and Fear for New Human Life
23rd Nov 2016, 13:00-16:00
Freemantle and Shirley Community Centre
Booking linkhttp://tinyurl.com/hfnl16

A Night on Campus
25th Nov 2016, 17:45-22:00, ALL EVENTS Avenue Campus, Bldg 65
Booking necessary for individual events

*A Night on Campus sub-events requiring pre-booking:

Astrodome Room 1173

Three 40 minute sessions between 17:45 and 20:20. Choose your session time (keep in mind film start times if you’d like to do both) and book online*
Booking link for all sessionshttp://tinyurl.com/aanoc16
*The Astrodome is very popular and spots will fill up fast.

Session 1: 17:45-18:20 (ideal for Night at the Museum)
Session 2: 18:45-19:20 (ideal for Le Salaire de la Peur)
Session 3: 19:45-20:20

Film: ‘Night at the Museum’

18:30-20:00 with introduction by zooarchaeologist, Lecture Theatre A

Booking linkhttps://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/film-night-at-the-museum-with-introduction-by-zooarchaeologist-dr-jaco-weinstock-of-archaeology-at-tickets-28861478459

Film: ‘Le Salaire de la Peur’

19:30-22:00 with Q&A with Prof Lucy Mazdon, Avenue Campus, Lecture Theatre C

Booking linkhttps://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/film-le-salaire-de-la-peur-with-qa-led-by-prof-lucy-mazdon-head-of-film-at-the-university-of-tickets-28862880653

Researchers’ Café 
25th Nov 2016, 18:30-20:00 Mettricks Old Town
No pre-booking required

Exploring the Humanities and beyond at the University of Southampton. 2016 launch event Nov 8th.