Global Cambridge in London
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How do we see and perceive the world around us? Cambridge thinkers and leading alumni will reflect on how understanding the way we view the world, and sharing what we see, can bring a powerful new perspective to human challenges.
On Thursday, 16 November you’ll be able to meet with fellow alumni in the stunning surroundings of the National Gallery and hear a panel of leading academics and alumni, hosted by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Stephen Toope, discuss how we see and perceive the world through art.
About the Global Cambridge series
This event is part of our Global Cambridge series, showcasing how Cambridge thinking continues to shape our world, trail-blazing the way to new discoveries and ideas. The series brings together alumni and supporters of the University to connect, engage and inspire. In 2017, we've visited Bristol, Edinburgh, Hong Kong, Düsseldorf, Singapore, Melbourne and Sydney, with Leeds, London, New York, Paris and San Francisco still to come.
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Find directions on the National Gallery's website. Please note that the venue will open to event guests at 7pm.