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.
- 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: firstname.lastname@example.org / 0035385 7687757.