Upcoming Events

Keele University is delighted to be hosting a calendar of exciting public events, ranging from our programme of Inaugural Lectures given by newly established Professors within the University, to live poetry readings, concerts and official ceremonies.

For subject-specific public lectures please view our public lectures page.

2014

October

8th - 29th October- All The Days She Can Spare Exhibition

All The Days She Can Spare Art Exhibition

8th-29th October 2014All the days she can spare 120 x 120

Keele University Art Gallery

An exhibition of prints and drawings by Russell Morris made in response to Alzheimer’s. ThrougAn exhibition of prints and drawings by Russell Morris made in response to Alzheimer’s. Throughout the four years that his Mother was hospitalised Russell kept a visual diary, making one or two drawings per visit. This became a way for him to remain engaged and attentive once his own conversation was exhausted.

FREE exhibitionhout the four years that his Mother was hospitalised Russell kept a visual diary, making one or two drawings per visit. This became a way for him to remain engaged and attentive once his own conversation was exhausted.

FREE exhibition

31st October- Three Counties Open Art Competition - Bring Your Entries

Three Counties Open Art Competition

Friday 31st October 2014

10am-4pm

Art Gallery, Chancellor's Building, Keele University

Keele University’s long standing Three Counties Open Art exhibition has gained a reputation for being one of the outstanding opportunities for artists from Staffordshire, Cheshire and Shropshire to show their work. Prizes for the competition include The Arthur Berry Prize, worth £1,000; the Barracks Trust Prize worth £250, and Keele University Prizes of £300, £150 and £50. The Exhibition will run from November 19 to December 17 – receiving days for the exhibition are Friday 31 October, between 10am and 4pm, and Saturday 1 November, between 10am and 1pm, at the Chancellor’s Building reception on the Keele campus.


Supported by The Barracks Trust and the Arthur Berry Trust

 

3c Art 2014 entry form



November

1st November- Three Counties Open Art Competition - Bring Your Entries

Three Counties Open Art Competition

Saturday 1st November 2014

10am-1pm

Art Gallery, Chancellor's Building, Keele University

Keele University’s long standing Three Counties Open Art exhibition has gained a reputation for being one of the outstanding opportunities for artists from Staffordshire, Cheshire and Shropshire to show their work. Prizes for the competition include The Arthur Berry Prize, worth £1,000; the Barracks Trust Prize worth £250, and Keele University Prizes of £300, £150 and £50. The Exhibition will run from November 19 to December 17 – receiving days for the exhibition are Friday 31 October, between 10am and 4pm, and Saturday 1 November, between 10am and 1pm, at the Chancellor’s Building reception on the Keele campus.


Supported by The Barracks Trust and the Arthur Berry Trust

 

3c Art 2014 entry form



11th November- Claudio Piga Inaugural Lecture

Everything you wanted to know about online pricing by airlines and hotels, but never dared to test

Tuesday, 11 November 2014  6pm

Westminster Theatre, Chancellor’s Building

Claudio Piga is Professor of Economics at the  Management School.  Claudio's qualifications include a DPhil in Economics (University of York, UK), a Doctorate in Economics (University of Rome Tor Vergata) and an MSc in Economics (University of Turin). His research interests cover a number of areas in applied microeconomics: pricing, with a particular focus on the airline and the travel and tourism industry; oligopoly theory with an emphasis on models of localised competition; innovation and total factor productivity. 

His research output was published in such journals as the Review of Economics and Statistics, the Journal of Industrial Economics, the International Journal of Industrial Organization, the Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, Industrial and Corporate Change and Regional Science and Urban Economics, among others. The findings from his research on airline pricing were covered by the press and the radio nationally and internationally. 

In the spring of 2014 he completed a Research Report commissioned by the UK Business Innovation and Skills Department, on the effect of training and R&D investment on the productivity of British firms. 

This series of lectures is open to all and admission is free

19th November- The Culture and Sustenance Festival

The Culture and Sustenance Festival: Meanings and Legacies of the Great War

Wednesday 19th November 2014

All Day

Keele University Sustainability Hub

 

A series of workshops and presentations with a Great War focus.  

 

For more information please follow our Culture and Sustenance Festival Web Pages.