Arts Student Hub Live 10-11 June

Arts Student Hub LiveThe next Student Hub Live event on the 10 and 11 June is an Arts Hub event. This is for all people who have a passion for the Arts – anyone is welcome, especially those who are studying or researching the Arts.

It will be a celebration of completing modules and a chance to look ahead, particularly for students at the end of Level 1. We will have a day and evening line up covering English, Creative Writing, the Classics, Religious Studies, Philosophy, Art History, Music, History and more. The Level 2 module teams will be telling us about what’s exciting about their modules for those thinking of taking one, or you already have, tell us what you enjoyed most about it. In the evening we will be having lots of fun with our interactive quiz where you can play along against our studio panel, and discussions about the Arts as well as useful advice for students such as our session about resilience.

If you look at the website you can see the programme, and during the event you can pop in and out as you wish. You can access the event from your computer, tablet, or mobile phone, and from there you can watch the discussions, and ideally engage with other people in the chat box.

Not only can you talk to others in our Open University Community about pretty much anything that’s on your mind, but you can also ask the panel questions and we bring all of your contributions into the event via our Social media team.

All the information is available on the website, and that’s also where you access the event by clicking the “Watch now” button when the event is on. Please add the event to your calendar and if you give us your email address by clicking the “count me in button” we can keep you updated. If you can’t attend during the set times, there is a catch up service also!

These events really are great fun – hope to see you there on the 10 and 11 June.

About ouartsfaculty

The Arts Faculty of The Open University is a world leader in supported Open Learning, and one of the best institutions in the world for arts and humanities. You can follow us on Twitter @OUArtsFaculty and on Facebook.
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