Riverside Solidarity: Industrial Heritage and its Futures

Jeffery, G. (Chair), Kosmala, K. (Keynote/plenary speaker), Gardiner, E. (Organiser), Jackie Sands (Speaker), Iain McGillivray (Speaker), Tara Beall (Speaker), Maurice Hickey (Speaker), John Morgan (Speaker), John Mullen (Speaker), Arthur Nicholls (Speaker), Marie Lafferty (Participant)

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventParticipation in conference

Description

Public seminar at the end of the Riverside Solidarity Exhibition exploring potential futures for Glasgow's riverside sites.Riverside Solidarity partners led public seminar (UWS, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde and Fablevision) to close the exhibition of artworks in the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital. Artists, activists; marine engineers and architects' update on plans for Govan’s historic graving docks with the opportunity to debate the proposals. Hosted by NHS and UWS. The programme with a context address from Professor Katarzyna Kosmala (UWS), Graham Jeffrey (UWS) Panel chair. The panellists •Iain McGillivray (Clyde Docks Preservation Initiative)•John Mullen (artist)•John Morgan (Ferguson Marine)•Maurice Hickey (Inkdesign for Jim McColl)•Arthur Nicholls (Govan Docks Regeneration Trust)•Marie Lafferty (Collective Architecture)•Dr T S Beall (artist / researcher)
Period30 May 2018
Event typeConference
LocationGlasgow, United Kingdom
Degree of RecognitionNational

Keywords

  • heritage
  • regeneration
  • culture
  • planning
  • cities
  • Glasgow
  • Govan
  • Gdansk
  • maritime industries
  • community development
  • public art
  • participatory action research