Across Queen’s our teams in the Language Centre, Queen’s Film Theatre, Queen’s Sport, the Naughton Gallery and many more have been working to develop online activities to keep you informed, entertained and active at home.
Virtually join theatrical Professor, Mark Lawler, as he regales you with the words, songs and scandalous verse of James Joyce, on Bloomsday Tuesday 16th June at 7pm on Facebook Live. This event is in aid of the Queen’s University of Belfast Foundation’s Rapid Response Innovation Fund, currently supporting research to rehabilitate survivors of COVID-19.
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From features on previous exhibitions and interviews with an international roster of artists, to the latest Book Club titles and specially-curated Spotify playlists, the Naughton Gallery has a whole range of content to keep you occupied at home. Follow them on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
You can also visit the ArtUK website to digitally explore the Gallery's permanent collection in addition to public collections from over 3,200 other UK venues.
Lockdown Language Learning
The Language Centre has created a range of free, online and accessible, beginner-level language learning resources to help enable students, staff and members of the public to pick up a language during lockdown. For information and to take part, visit the Language Centre website.
Each language resource will consist of 5 lessons, release over a 5 or 10-week period, with 2 hours of pre-recorded language tuition via video each week, as well as a weekly live follow up 'clinic', facilitated by your tutor.