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Thursday 14 July 11.00 – 16.00 free

Bothy Conversations

Advanced Research Centre , University of Glasgow
11 Chapel Lane, Glasgow
G11 6EW

Bothy Conversations brings together researchers drawn from the arts and humanities, the social and natural sciences, and members of different publics and communities, to discuss the development of collaborative, interdisciplinary and multi-perspective approaches for researching and understanding climate change and crisis.  

This public event builds on the success of The Dear Green Bothy, a College of Arts-led programme of creative activity for COP26. In Bothy Conversations, we will:

– Further discuss the opportunities (and challenges) for undertaking collaborative climate research;
– Showcase examples of current interdisciplinary or collaborative work; 
– Explore the potential for research community-building and future collaborations.

The event is free though places are limited.

PROGRAMME

11.00 | Arrival, Tea & Coffee

11.15 11.30 | Introduction to the Dear Green Bothy
Mark Banks & Kevin Leomo, UoG

11.30 12.00 | Collaboration #1: The Food Sovereignty Network
Julia McClure, UoG

12.00 – 13.00 | Roundtable Discussion: Creative Interdisciplinarity in a Climate Crisis 
Lewis Coenen-Rowe, Creative Carbon Scotland 
Jaime Toney, Centre for Sustainable Solutions, UoG
Dominic Paterson, UoG & Hunterian Art Gallery
Maria Sledmere, University of Strathclyde & A+E Collective

13.00 – 13.45 | Lunch & Exhibition in the Atrium
Bright Edge Deep, films
Local Women of the World, Climate Sisters works
Routed//In Green Channels, audio installation from Beth Horseman & Sound Thought

13.45 – 14.15 | Collaboration #2: Games and Sustainability
Tim Peacock & Lauren Watson, UoG

14.15 – 14.45 | Collaboration #3: Climate Sisters & Local Women of the World
Zarina Ahmad, Farkhonda Kabiri, Amanda Bogle, Marsha Burke

14.45 15.00 | Tea & Coffee

15.00 – 16.00 | What Next for the Dear Green Bothy? Blues Skies and New Designs 
Nicole Smith, Bilyana Palankasova, Christie Dooley, UoG