Tuesday, 4 August 2015

Gdansk Summer School - programme

CULTURAL AND INTANGIBLE HERITAGE
IN POST-INDUSTRIAL WATERFRONT ZONES
GDANSK SHIPYARD, 5-8 AUGUST 2015

WEDNESDAY, 5TH AUGUST – SHIPYARD & SOLIDARITY DRIFT

1030-1200 European Solidarity Center - Shipyard and the Solidarity
1200-1300 Lunch - Electron bar/ESC
1330-1500 – Wyspa Art Institute and Alternativa 2015 exhibition - Cultural re-use and sustained productivity of the post-industrial building
1500-1600 Subjective Bus Line – The Shipyard’s spaces including the Lech Walesa workshop (public art project, Prof. Grzegorz Klaman)
1600-1700 U-Boot hall - Informal stories about the Shipyard and the Solidarity
1700-1800 Walk through the shipyard
1800-1900 Dinner - Buffet/Wyspa Art Institute
1900-2200 Film screenings – Buffet, Wyspa Art Institute

THURSDAY, 6TH AUGUST – Symposium  Fine Art Academy of Gdansk, the Straw Tower

10:15-10:30 Welcome and introduction Prof. Katarzyna Kosmala and Graham Jeffery
Panel 1 Heritage and gender  Chair: Liz Gardiner
10:30-1045 Shipyard is the woman: Her/stories of the shipyard workers and protest – Anna Miler and Joanna Ilczyszyn
1045-1100 Meanwhile narratives: A creative investigation into the role of women in protest movements in Govan –  tara s Beall
11.00-1115 Representing women in protest in Govan and Glasgow: Screenings. Through feminist lens - Prof. Katarzyna Kosmala
1115-1135 Discussion
1135-1145 Break
Panel 2 Discourses of cultural and intangible heritage   Chair: Roman Sebastyanski
1145-1200 The cultural and social concepts of memory - Dominik Krzyminski
1200-1215 In absence of memory: Odd numbers - Lee Ivett Baxendale
1215-1230 Real and imagined voices (pre-industrial, early industrial, heavy industrial): How they can be heard? - Andrew McAvoy
1230-1250 Discussion
13-14 Lunch break
Panel 3 Intangible heritage and post-industrial water heritage zones   Chair: Dr Ben Parry
14-1415 Elements of intangible heritage in the Gdansk Shipyard - Dr Waldemar Affelt
1415-1430 The use of heritage in altering the perception of a place: The case of Leith, Scotland - John Mullen
1430-1445 Govan: A reconnection: A photo essay & investigations into place  - Tom Manley
1445-1505 Discussion
Panel 4 Intangible heritage and urban planning: Architectural re-use   Chair: Andy McAvoy
1505-1520 Urban expectations towards buildings: The case of Toolmakers Street - Prof. Jacek Dominiczak
1520-1535 The panoptic gaze: The case of Liverpool Docklands. Decoding and response through the language of film  - Dr Ben Parry
1535-1550 Protection of the Gdansk Shipyard Cultural heritage in the local urban planning – Elzbieta Gackowska, City Development Office (Biuro Rozwoju Gdanska)
1550-1610 Discussion
1615-1715 Summary of the workshop - Graham Jeffery and Prof Katarzyna Kosmala
Questions and activities for the next days and formulation of questions for the network’s future, including CHS conference panel and Culture Europe co-operation project.

1800 Dinner
Free time/walk in the Old Town of Gdansk

FRIDAY, 7TH AUGUST - INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH AND CONCRETE INTERVENTIONS
1) Working on the symposium key themes (see Thurs, 6th August)
There would be two roofed spaces available for working:
- Buffet in the “Wyspa” Art Institute
- Octagonal room in the Straw Tower of the Fine Art Academy

2) Working on concrete interventions and individual research

19:00-21:00 Social evening in Buffet in the “Wyspa” Art Institute to share knowledge and continue discussions

SATURDAY, 8TH AUGUST  - THE WORKSHOP’S OUTCOMES -  Wyspa Art Institute
AM  - Concluding panel discussions, individual research and finalizing concrete interventions
14:00-15:00 Gdansk-Govan exchange network – Funding applications for next steps/future planning
15:00-17:00  Presentations and discussions with the invited public
17:15 Airport departures

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