G-ate is a group meal and talk about the challenges faced and opportunities available by creative practices in Northern Ireland and further afield.
The event will take place from 6.30 - 7.30pm, Monday 10th December at PS² Belfast. Architect, researcher and writer Rory Hyde will lead the conversation with Northern Irish practitioners.
|G-ate, 10 Dec, 6.30 - 7.30pm, PS², 18 Donegall Street, Belfast, BT1 2GP|
It was recently announced that Northern Ireland will host the next G8 Summit. G-ate is PS²'s very own summit as part of its PING talk series. The informal group meal and conversation will be set around the PS² ping-pong table and the agenda will centre on the future of the creative process in post-conflict places. The challenges and opportunities faced by an invited audience of Northern Irish creative practitioners (architects & non-architects) working in contested sites, will be expressed in order to gauge the perspective from a relative 'outsider' who will frame the discussion through conversations of 'future practice' elsewhere.
Places are limited so confirmation of attendance is required by emailing [email protected]. Please include your name and occupation.