PechaKucha Architecture Event
Architecture Event, Wednesday 7 September, Fire Station Creative
30 August 2016
Create in Fife will present a Pecha Kucha evening curated on behalf of Blueprint Dunfermline. This is the second event in the Blueprint Dunfermline programme which aims to celebrate the architecture and built environment of Dunfermline and West Fife.
A superb range of speakers who will share their stories with the public in the unique Pecha Kucha format – just 20 seconds per slide! This is an opportunity to find out more about architecture in Fife and make some great connections.
All are welcome to the Pecha Kucha at Fire Station Creative, Dunfermline
Wednesday 7 September, 7 – 9pm, Entry is free, places are limited but tickets can be booked in advance at Create in Fife.
Speakers include Lesley Botten from Fife Cultural Trust who will talk about Dunfermline’s new architectural landmark, the Museum due to open in 2017. Fiona Fisher will talk about interesting conservation projects planned for historic buildings in west Fife while artist Alan Grieve, Psychotic Geography will present a different and funny take on 20 interesting places in Dunfermline. Tim Fitzpatrick of Red Field Arts will present an exciting proposal for a lighting installation in the closes and pends of Dunfermline.
Other speakers will present on the following topics: Neil Beswick from Stirling Developments on proposed west Dunfermline development, Olga Krasanova, artist on her Windsock architecture inspired by ancient Dunfermline and Gillian McCracken from Welcome to Fife on Fife’s year of architecture, innovation and design.
Blueprint Dunfermline is being delivered by a local consortium lead by online culture magazine Avocado Sweet and will feature exhibitions, publications and installations among other activities.
It will run from September 2016 until mid 2017 with support from Fife Council’s Strategic Events Investment Programme and the Carnegie Dunfermline Trust. The initiative is designed to highlight – for the benefit of locals and visitors alike – the quality and antiquity of West Fife from its varied domestic architecture to its historically important and internationally recognised buildings and landmarks.
The Blueprint Dunfermline consortium comprises of Avocado Sweet, Fire Station Creative, Sam Foster Architects, Red Field Arts, Central Dunfermline Community Council, Carnegie UK Trust and Chalk Original Plaster.
For more information contact Michelle McWilliams, Avocadosweet.com,firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07810 482 499