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Monday, 22 February 2016

Belfast talks at Civic Trust AGM - 7 March

BELFAST CIVIC TRUST

Notice of the Annual General Meeting of the Belfast Civic Trust to be held on Monday  March 7,  2016 at 5.30 p.m. in Christ Church, Inst, Belfast.

Guest Speakers:

Chris McCracken, Belfast City Council
"Belfast Regeneration  and Investment Strategy"

James Orr, Director, Friends of the Earth
"The Friends of the Earth Development Plan for Belfast"

There will be refreshments at the meeting. Visitors can park at the front of Inst and can make their way to Christchurch through the Inst front entrance. Christchurch is at the back of Inst.

All welcome. Drinks and nibbles served.

Tuesday, 16 February 2016

Open Lecture: 'Like Humans Do'

Architecture at Queen's is pleased to invite you to the lecture: 'Like Humans Do', by Riccardo Marini from world renowned Gehl Architects.

Tuesday 23 February, 1PM
Room LG111, David Keir Building, Stranmillis Road


This lecture is part of the lecture series of History and Theory of Architecture at Queen's University Belfast.



Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Archive films at Royal Victoria Hospital

Films from the NI Screen Digital Screen Archive are on show at the RVH until 19 February

CITY AS A GALLERY PROJECT AT THE COFFEE DOC RVH

A show reel including archive film footage of the Royal Victoria Hospital from the 1938 will run on a screen in the Coffee Doc, Level 2 Outpatients, RVH until 19 February. 

The show reel forms part of CITY AS A GALLERY - a Belfast City Council project, which is being programmed and delivered by local organisation PLACE, who have been working with BHSCT Arts in Health and Catering Operations.

The engaging footage is part of the NI Screen Digital Film Archive and includes:

       Royal Victoria Hospital (1938) From diagnosis to treatment, this curious film shows the daily life of the hospital.

       Land of Ulster (1950), the Governors Notebook (1955) and Charm of Ulster (1959) show the linen industry from the flax fields to the Falls Foundry and finally the shop windows in Donegall Place.

       Join the production line and watch Kennedys Bakery (1962) work their magic in Beechmount.

       Relive the magic of holidays in Portrush in Many Happy Returns (1956)

       Ride on a Tram Car through Belfast (1901)

       Enjoy the natural beauty of local landscape from the Giants Causeway to the mountains of Mourne filmed by the British Travel Association in Charm of Ulster (1959)

       Marvel at the sight of elephants parading across the bridge into Derry City in Chipperfields Circus comes to Town (c.1960) filmed by J.W. Stirling.

       Bangor Square Dancing (1957) by the Pickie Pool, filmed by the Northern Ireland Tourist Board.

CITY AS A GALLERY showcases the visual arts throughout the city, making us aware of how important the arts are to the quality of our everyday life.  Venues for project activity focus on a selected route across Belfast from West to East and through the city centre which includes the Royal site.  As part of the programme, PLACE are asking for your feedback - there will be a FEEDBACK book available in the Coffee Doc for your thoughts on the show reel, alternatively you can email feedback  via this link City as a Gallery Feedback

PLACE (Planning Landscape Architecture Community Environment) is an organisation dedicated to the making of great places across Northern Ireland.  Visit www.placeni.org for further info.

Northern Ireland Screen's Digital Film Archive is a free public access resource for anyone who has an interest in moving images. Spanning from 1897 to the present day, the films in the Digital Film Archive cover all aspects of life in Northern Ireland and includes everything from dramas to documentaries, newsreels and features, animation to amateur footage. As part of the British Film Institutes ambitious Britain on Film project, the Digital Film Archive has been working to digitise and share films from the BFI and National Museums Northern Ireland collections like the ones you can watch here in the Royal Victoria Hospital. To explore the Digital Film Archive online visit: www.digitalfilmarchive.net

For further information contact Paula McHugh, BHSCT Arts in Health Manager Tel. 9504 4075


Tuesday, 9 February 2016

Cinema and the City Presents: Ports & Harbours/ Places and Films

9 February - 10 May
Black Box
Hill Street
BT1 2LA
FREE ENTRY

As part of their ongoing work exploring the relationship between Cinema and City, QUB research group CACity present a new film series looking at ports and harbours. 

The first screening is on 9th February at 5.30pm in the Black Box, and features four short films about Belfast by members of CACity, followed by 1966 film 'Battle of Algiers'. 

All welcome!

Places and Film Nights is a collaboration between Film and Architecture, Ulster University Belfast Schools of Architecture, Glass Eye Ciné, and CACity QUB.

Contact: m.haycocks@ulster.ac.uk