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As well as meditation and breathing practices, Tibetan yoga incorporates lucid dreaming, psychoactive plants and more. In this fascinating online event hosted by the British Museum, join Ian Baker, author of ‘Tibetan Yoga: Principles and Practices’ for an exploration into this lesser-known tradition.

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Sculptor Antony Gormley and art critic Martin Gayford will join in conversation at this exciting event during the Hay Festival Digital Winter Weekend to discuss their thought-provoking book 'Shaping the World' and the role that sculpture has played in the evolution of our potential for thinking and feeling.

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In this exciting online event hosted by ARTscapades, art critic and author Martin Gayford joins in conversation with art historian and literary critic Michael Prodger. They'll discuss Gayford's book 'Shaping the World', co-authored by sculptor Antony Gormley, and explore how the instinct to sculpt has been a fundamental part of our cultures throughout all of human history.

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In this online event, British Museum Curator Dr Amber Lincoln discusses The Citi exhibition 'Arctic: culture and climate’, which offers arresting insight into the origins and material culture of Arctic peoples, whose lifestyle is now threatened by climate change.

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Join NYU for the American launch of 'Abstract Art: A Global History', where author and professor Pepe Karmel will discuss new histories of abstract art and the women, artists of color and non-Western artists who are leading protagonists in contemporary abstraction.

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Acclaimed furniture designer Luke Hughes joins in conversation with cabinet maker and former magazine director Aidan Walker at this exciting online event hosted by the Gordon Russell Design Museum.

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Join contemporary artist and activist Bob and Roberta Smith for a free virtual evening of doodling and conversation hosted by The Big Draw, and take part in fun creative exercises designed to help you unlock your inner artist.

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Join renowned Egyptologist Dr Chris Naunton in this digital event, as he explores 200 years of Egyptology, including fascinating discoveries and a dark, colonialist past.

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Join Shute Festival live on Zoom on 24 September, where they'll be hosting a conversation with Susan Owens, author of 'Spirit of Place: Artists, Writers, and the British Landscape'.

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Join Luke Hughes online with Messums Wiltshire

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