PORT RIVER CITY includes a series of artistic interventions and film screenings in Dublin between the 17th and 29th September. Curated by Alice Butler and Daniel Fitzpatrick of AEMI, and Cliona Harmey, the program explores the geographical and historical textures of the Liffey from the Poolbeg lighthouse to the inner city and hinterland. Check their website HERE, together with a publication for which Gabriel Gee contributes an essay entitled 'Seen - Unseen: hybrid rivers in the 21st century' which can be downloaded THERE
Michelle Stefano, Peter Davis & Gerard Corsane (eds), Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage, Boydell & Brewer, 2017
Gabriel Gee publishes Art in the North of England: 1979-2008 (Ashgate,-Routledge, 2016)
Call for paper: Changing Representations of Nature and the City: the 1960s-1970s and their Legacies
MIGRATIONS: architecture and territory in times of change: International Week at ULHT Lisbon
“Spooky Action at a Distance (Artes Mechanicae and Witch‘s Cradle)"; an exhibition at Corner College; the vernissage takes place on Thursday the 23d of April; with Amélie Brisson-Darveau, Andreas Marti, Conor McFeely, Mareike Spalteholz; read the press release here.
Timeless performance: the transmission of gestures in artistic practices, a TETI panel session organised by Gabriel Gee and Michelle Stefano to be held at the second biannual conference of the association of critical heritage studies, Canberra on the 2nd of December 2014. Program: Michelle Stefano, Understanding 'performance' in American pow Wows; Jan Guy, Erewhon wasn't built in a day: the role of hapticity in the imagining, realisation and experience of the contemporary work of art; Gabriel Gee, Surviving gestures in the work of Alastair MacLennan; Toby Juliff, I'm only here for my dad's sake: generational gestures in participatory art.
find the conference program HERE
Workshop On the 22nd and 23d of May, Teti group hosted with the support of the Swiss National Research Fund a workshop on The changing representation of nature in the transindustrial city - 1970s present at Franklin University, Switzerland. You can look at the programme and the abstracts HERE
Publication: Teti group publishes the proceedings of its June 2012 session at the inaugural conference of the association of critical heritage studies in Gothenburg, Sweden, on The construction of interstitial heritage: architectures, visions and experiences in the International Journal of Tourism Anthropology, special issue vol.3 no. 2 (2013), with texts by Worrasit Tantinipankul, Alison Vogelaar and brack Hale, Sumiko Sarashima, André Cicalo, Julia Szekely and Toby Juliff, edited by Gabriel Gee and Michelle Stefano, look at the contents HERE
In the cradle of the Industrial Revolution, in Ironbridge, delegates are invited to reflect on "Rust, regeneration and romance: Iron and Steel landscape and cultures" from the 10th to the 14th of July 2013.Find the programme HERE
Franklin College, Switzerland, launches Intervalla, an online journal devoted to interdisciplinary exchanges whose first issue focusses on "Social robots and emotions: transcending the boundary between human and ICTs", access the journal HERE
The Association of Critical Heritage Studies has announced a call for sessions reagarding its second biannual conference, to be held in Canberra, Australia, in December 2014. Check the call HERE
Maria Joao Matos was invited to give a lecture at Franlin College, Switzerland, on the 3d of April 2013, on the topic of "The search for an iconic capital city. Three moments of radical transformation of Lisbon's waterfront". Read the abstract HERE
The Association of Critical Heritage Studies launched its US CHAPTER on February 20th 2013 at the Smithsonian Centre for Folklife and Cultural Heritage in Washington DC. The US representative of the ACHS was Michelle Stefano, a report of the meeting can be found on the US chapter of the ACHS website.
Conor McFeely's Weathermen was on display at Franklin College, Lugano, Ticino, Switzerland, from the 21.02.2013 to the 7.03.2013. The exhibition was organised by Franklin College in colloboration with Gregory McCartney and the Arts Council of Northern Ireland. The exhibition will travel to the Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Constructing interstitial heritage, architectures, visions and experiences, panel session held on the 6th of June at the inaugural conference of the Association of Critical Heritage Studies, University of Gothenburg, Sweden (June 5-8 2012)