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Monday, 30 September 2013

Space: A Social Agenda / Friday 18 October / The Braid, Ballymena

Ballymena Borough Council, Braid Arts Centre & Mid Antrim Museum in partnership with PLACE will host 'Space: A Social Agenda' on Friday 18 October. The symposium will explore the links between art, architecture and society. 




Speakers include:
  • Arthur Acheson (Architect and Chair of the Ministerial Advisory Group)
  • Cara Courage (Arts and Culture Consultant and PhD researcher at University of Brighton Doctoral College - Arts, Relocalism and the City)
  • Ciaran Mackel (Architect and founder of ARD, Academic and non executive director of PLACE)
  • James Hennessy (Landscape Architect and Urban Designer at The Paul Hogarth Company)
  • Jo Anne Butler & Tara Kennedy (Artists and Architects, Culturstruction)
  • Marianne O’Kane Boal (Art and Architecture Critic)
  • Michael Corr (Creative Director of PLACE, Architect and co-founder of Pie Architects, London)
  • Tom Keeley (Writer, Educator, researcher and publisher)
  • Torange Khonsari (Architect and co founder of Public Works, London)
  • Richard Harris (Co founder of Upstart Dublin)

Date: Friday 18 October 2013
Time: 10am - 4pm
Venue: The Braid, Bridge Street, Ballymena, BT43 5EJ
Cost: £15 (including lunch)
Booking: Online (click here) or by phone (028 2563 5900)
Note: There is a 10% online booking charge. Bookings made by phone directly to the Braid will not incur an additional fee.

For further information contact symposium organiser Marianne O’Kane Boal: mariannejok@gmail.com / 0035385 7687757.


Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Planning & Regeneration vacancies at West Belfast Partnership Board

The West Belfast Partnership Board are currently seeking to recruit an Urban Regeneration Officer, Community Planning Officer and Economic Development Officer. For more information on these positions and to download applications please visit: http://www.westbelfast-partnership.com/publications/application-forms. The closing date is Friday 13th September at 12 noon


Thursday, 5 September 2013

‘Heritage Practice in Contested Spaces’ | 23 - 26 September 2013

The Causeway Museum Service and MINOM are offering engaged practitioners an opportunity to join a participatory event looking at case studies over four days in an area of post-Troubles Northern Ireland - 'Heritage Practice in Contested Spaces'.

The aim of the symposium is to identify transferable best practice, looking both at overt conflict and implicit societal tensions including place, gender, belief, to name a few.