Occupying the Post-Industrial City – Test Unit 2017 Public Programme

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Tickets are now available for the two day public programme of talks, debates, workshops and discussions following the week-long design and build summer school. The public programme takes place on Friday 23rd & Saturday 24th June at Civic House, 26 Civic Street, Glasgow G4 9RH.

As part of the Test Unit programme there is also an evening of Pecha Kucha talks on the theme of Occupying the Post-Industrial City, held on Tuesday 20th of June, starting at 19:00 at The Whisky Bond, 2 Dawson Road, Glasgow G4 9SS

Full line-up of speakers available here

Tickets available here

Test Unit – Public Programme

Friday 23 June:

Programme includes presentations and discussions with:

Eva de Klerk – NDSM (Amsterdam)

Jean-Baptiste Roussat – Les Grands Voisins (Paris)

Hannah Lambert – London Legacy Development Corporation

Simon Sharkey – National Theatre of Scotland

Elie Lakin, Jason Bruges

Amica Dall, Assemble

Lee Ivett, Baxendale

Neil McGuire, A Feral Studio

Valentina Karga (Berlin)

Ethel Baraona Pohl & César Reyes Nájera, dpr-barcelona (Barcelona)

Turncoats Debate: ‘Pop Up? Piss Off!’ with:

Jonathan Charley, University of Strathclyde

Diarmaid Lawlor, Architecture & Design Scotland

Penny Lewis, University of Dundee

Final speaker TBC!

Chaired by Ambrose Gillick, Baxendale

FREE to attend but ticketed separately. Available here: http://ow.ly/fEzN30cwiX6

Saturday 24th June:

Workshops and activities FREE but ticketed.

Places on some workshops are limited so booking essential.

Ticketed workshops:

SubCrawl Architecture Tour with Dress For The Weather

CNC & Open Source architecture with Akiko Kobayashi, in partnership with Flux CNC & Laser Studio

Drop-in workshops:

‘Façades: Not Everything Is As It First Appears’ with Recoat

Publication Workshop with RISOTTO & dpr-barcelona

Urban Furniture with Glasgow Tool Library

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