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Faculty of Arts organizes first edition Arts Festival

03 July 2019
Arts Festival 2019

On Saturday 14 September 2019, the first edition of the Arts Festival takes place. The Faculty of Arts will open its doors to everyone with an interest in humanities.

A great way to be acquainted with the various, dynamic and innovative world of the humanities, and to experience the value for society first hand.

The Arts Festival takes place in and around the Harmonie Building at Oude Kijk in ‘t Jatstraat 26: home of the Faculty of Arts. The programme starts at 1 p.m. and lasts until 5 p.m. Admission is free.

Programme

The Arts Festival will be a mix of workshops, mini-lectures, scientific experiments, poster presentations, etc. The Harmonie Building and its surrounding squares will be transformed into a scientific festival site. In addition to the scientific programme there will be live music and visitors can buy drinks and snacks from several foodtrucks and at the outside bar. More information about the programme and the line-up will follow shortly via www.rug.nl/letterenfestival . Here you will also find the link to the several social media channels we use for promotion and information.

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