Seminar & workshop 26.9._30.9.2011 @ Cork School of Music & Crawford College of Art & Design (Tax Office), Coffee Shop Open 8.30 am. Starts @ 9.15 am sharp >
9.20 – 10.00 Welcome by Trish Brennan. An introduction to ‘Every Way Out’ by Maud Cotter & Veronika Valk
10.00 – 10.40 ‘Building Practice’ by Andrew Clancy / introduced by Kevin Gartland
10.55 – 11.35 ‘Real Time Data Architectures – Behavioural Modelling’ by Professor Mike Phillips introduced by Paul Green
11.35 – 12.15 “Artists as agents for change’ by Trish Brennan. Introduced by Orla Flynn.
12.15 – 1.00 Discussion
1.00 – 2.00 Lunch
CHANGE OF VENUE/
Crawford College of Art and Design, O’Sullivan’s Quay, (Old Tax Office)
2.00 – 3.00 Formation of Interdisciplinary Groups. Assignment of Group Tutors > 15 min ideas / 10 min ideas / 5 min ideas.
3.00 – 5.00 Panel Presentations and Discussion
Kevin Gartland / Iteration & Design Process.
Paul Green / Social Aesthetics in New Media Art.
Maud Cotter / Collaboration & Competition.
Trish Brennan / Allowing for Failure.
Veronika Valk / Public Realm, What do we want from it
in the future.
Seamus Harahan / Social Space
Andrew Clancy / Procurement
Maureen O’Connor / Conflict – Resolution.
Discussion chaired by Mary McCarthy, Director of National Sculpture Factory.
Q / A Session
A series of films titled ‘Cold Open / Splitting in Two. Hopefield’ by Seamus Harahan at the National Sculpture Factory, as part of the presentation on Tues27th/Wed28th 5.30pm – 8.00pm