Glasgow PechaKucha Night 19: Ice Lab
Wednesday, 2 October 2013 from 18:00 to 20:00 (BST)
Glasgow, United Kingdom
An evening of exploration, architecture and science from extreme and remote environments. Architects, scientists, photographers, historians and designers will take you on a stunning visual journey from Mount Erebus in the Antarctic to the tiny Scottish island of Scotasay.
PechaKucha is a simple idea: 20 images for 20 seconds each. It's a format that keeps things concise and moving at a rapid pace. Enjoy a relaxed atmosphere along with a free BrewDog beer.
Here is the great line up:
Mary Arnold-Forster, Principal, Dualchas Building Design, Skye
Matt Bridgestock, Director, John Gilbert Architects, Glasgow
Tim Burton, Polar Expedition Guide and Photographer, Sheffield
Melody Clark, Project Leader, British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge
Derek Fabel, Senior Lecturer, School of Geographical and Earth Sciences, University of Glasgow
Alec Farmer, Designer and Founder of Trakke, Glasgow
David A. Garcia, Founder of MAP Architects, Copenhagen
Graham Hogg, Lateral North, Glasgow
Brian Kelly, Education and Community Outreach Officer, Dundee Heritage Trust
Kevin Langan, Designer, 3DReid Architects, Glasgow
Scott Porter, PhD Architecture Student, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
Sandra Ross, Curator Experience and Learning, The Arts Catalyst, London
Part of the Ice Lab: New Architecture and Science in Antarctica exhibition events programme. Commissioned by the British Council and curated by the Arts Catalyst, Ice Lab: New Architecture and Science in Antarctica illustrates how innovative contemporary architecture is enabling scientists to live and work in one of the most extreme environments on our planet.
PechaKucha is devised and shared by Klein Dytham Architecture
Image credit: Tim Burton Photography
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