Schedule

Friday 14th November 2014

INSTALLATIONS

11.00 – 16.00

Walking Interconnections with Dee Heddon & Sue Porter. Foyer, Gilmorehill Halls

 Ruination and Reinvention: Kilmahew Audio Drift No. 1 with Michael Gallagher. Child friendly. Performance Studio, Gilmorehill Halls

Reality’s Undiscovered Window with Philip Nicolson. Child friendly. Cloisters and Gilmorehill Halls Stairwell

Allotment hut – the art of recycling, the craft of constructing with the Fabulous Five.  Child friendly. 76 Viewfield Lane, entrance off Gibson Street. Next to Wellington Church.

AUDIO WALKS (SELF-GUIDED)

11.00 – 16.00

 Walking Interconnections with Dee Heddon & Sue Porter. Meet at Gilmorehill Halls foyer for a guided walk at 12.30, 13.15, 14.00, 14.45  or collect an MP3 played from the foyer at any time for a self-guided walk.

Missing People, Missing Voices with Hester Parr. Collect an MP3 player at any time from Gilmorehill Halls foyer or download here for a self-guided walk or meet under the Gibson Street bridge over the Kelvin at 13.30 for a short talk.

CULTURE CAFÉ 

16.00 – 17.30

How Do Animals Make us Human? Andrew Stewart Cinema, Gilmorehill Halls

Including:

What Can Frogs Tell Us About Being Human? – Deborah Dixon

Pets at the Pearly Gates – Hayden Lorimer

The Forbidden World of Egg Collecting – Eddie Cole

FESTIVAL WELCOME AND WINE RECEPTION

17.45 – 18.30,

James Arnott Theatre Foyer, Gilmorehill Halls

Everyone welcome to the party! Meet the Festival organising team over a glass of wine and help celebrate the official launch of ‘Only Human?’!

PRESENTATION

18.45 – 20.00

Return to Battleship Island an art film with Carl Lavery & Lee Hassall. James Arnott Theatre, Gilmorehill Halls

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Saturday 15th November 2014

INSTALLATION

11.00 – 16.00

 Walking Interconnections with Dee Heddon & Sue Porter. Foyer, Gilmorehill Halls

Ruination and Reinvention: Kilmahew Audio Drift No. 1 with Michael Gallagher. Child friendly. Performance Studio, Gilmorehill Halls

OUTDOOR INSTALLATIONS

11.00 – 16.00

Melting Species with Minty Donald and Nick Millar. Child friendly. Kelvin Walkway near Belmont Street Bridge, or for a guided tour meet in Foyer, Gilmorehill Halls at 11.00.

Allotment hut – the art of recycling, the craft of constructing with the Fabulous Five. Child friendly. 76 Viewfield Lane, entrance off Gibson Street. Next to Wellington Church.

AUDIO WALKS (SELF-GUIDED)

11.00 – 16.00

 Walking Interconnections with Dee Heddon & Sue Porter. Meet at Gilmorehill Halls foyer for a guided walk at 12.30 or collect an MP3 played from the foyer at any time for a self-guided walk.

GUIDED CITY WALKABOUT

14.15 – 16.00

Lost Worlds of the Nearby with Ruth Olden. Meet at Govan Underground Station

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CULTURE CAFÉ  at Gilmorehill

16.00 – 18.00 (talks begin 16.45, with tea and coffee from 16.00)

Only Human? Elements and Atmospheres Room 217a and 217b, Gilmorehill Halls

Including:

 ‘Weather-worlds’ with Simon Naylor

 ‘Drone-worlds’ with Ian Shaw

‘Researching with Water’ with Michelle Bastian

PERFORMANCE

18.15 – 19.15

Wild Life with Sarah Hopfinger. Child friendly.  James Arnott Theatre, Gilmorehill Halls

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Sunday 16th November 2014

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CULTURE CAFÉ 

10.00 – 12.15 (Talks begin 10.45, tea and coffee from 10.00)

Only Human? Environments, Technologies and Afterlives Room 217a and 217b, Gilmorehill Halls

Including:

 ‘In Ruins’ with Simon Murray

‘Looking at Things That Aren’t There’ – Rosa Casado

 ‘Game over? Videogames and Environmental Learning’ – Conor McKeown

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TALK

12.30 – 14.00

At the Edge of Extinction led by Thom van Dooren, chaired by Chris Fremantle. James Arnott Theatre, Gilmorehill Halls

INSTALLATION

11.00 – 14.30

Allotment hut – the art of recycling, the craft of constructing with the Fabulous Five. Child friendly. 76 Viewfield Lane, entrance off Gibson Street. Next to Wellington Church.

FESTIVAL FAREWELL

14.30 onwards, 76 Viewfield Lane, off Gibson Street.

Tour-and-Toast at the Allotment Hut with the Fabulous Five.

 

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