The 2012 annual Commonage Summer School will run from 1st – 17th August in Callan, Co. Kilkenny. Everyone is welcome to join them over the next two weeks to attend their public programme or visit the workshops during the day.
All events take place at the Co-Op, Green Street, unless otherwise stated.
Sun 5th, 11pm
I Draw Slow. As part of the Abhainn Ri Festival. (ticket price: €10)
Mon 6th, 1pm
The Big Shed Project (AA Design & Make, Hooke Park). Talk by architect Nozomi Nakabayashi (via Skype)
Mon 6th, 8.30pm
HOME: Exploring ownership and belonging. With artist Jennie Moran and architect Laura Harty, curator Etaoin Holohan and PhD candidate in Anthropology Gabrielle Ackroyd.
(suggested donation: €5)
Tues 7th, 8.30pm
Reading Event. Exploring the political implications of the expanding of the commons. Hosted by artist Sarah Lincoln. For advance copy of reading material please email email@example.com
Wed 8th, 4.30pm
TOWN: Discussions considering gatherings, communities and localities. With architect Orla Murphy, artist Alan Counihan, architect Dominic Stevens and social pedagogue Aine Taylor.
(suggested donation: €5)
Thurs 9th, 2pm – 6pm
FOLLOWING FARMING: with Commonage Studio, Ruth E Lyons & Carl Giffney, The Good Hatchery, Nuno Sacramento, Scottish Sculpture Workshop, and Adam Sutherland, Grizedale Arts (via Skype). (suggested donation: €5)
Thurs 9th, 7pm
Until its time for you to go: A meal designed to help new information settle and postpone dispersal. By artist Jennie Moran. Booking suggested. email firstname.lastname@example.org (suggested donation: €10) 7pm
Mon 13th, 8.30pm
What we Leave in our Wake: screening of a filmic essay directed by Pat Collins with post discussion led by geographer Patrick O’Conner.
Tues 14th, 8.30pm
HOPPING FENCES: Alternative spatial practices. Presentations by Ríonach Ní Néill, geographer and dancer, Henrietta Williams, photographer and Emma Houlihan, visual artist. (suggested donation: €5)
Wed 15th, 8.30pm
COPYLEFT: Traditions of self-build and open source design. Talk by artist/architect Fiona McDonald. Presentation on Segal Building Method by architect Colin Bell. (suggested donation: €5)
Fri 17th, 7pm
Summer School Closing Celebration.
Sat 18th, 4pm
RIGHTS OF WAY: A walking tour and talk. As part of Heritage Week.
Contact Hollie Kearns for further information; e: email@example.com t: 0879912001
Please see the website for further details; www.commonagecallan.com