The Big Mack Build will see the Billiard Room at ‘Mackintosh at the Willow’ on Sauchiehall Street inhabited and transformed by an installation built entirely from cardboard, which will enhance the Mackintosh-designed space.
The installation forms part of the official Mackintosh 150 celebrations and Glasgow Doors Open Days Festival.
A social evening for sharing and discussing as part of the annual #DesignPop-Up at the Briggait.
The theme of the PaperCUT, 'Freespace For ...', picks on the the theme of this years Biennale di Venezia set by biennale curators Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara from Graftons Architects, all of our speakers are involved with The Happenstance which is Scotland's Collateral Event at the biennale.
The Happenstance brings together artists and architects to work with young people accross Scotland to discover what Freespace means to them and their communities. The lead artists/curators WAVEparticle’s methodology explores what can be built through mapping connections, connecting needs and resources, and in connecting ideas of Freespace in both Scotland and Venice.
Morag Bain - Scotland + Venice Project Manager at Architecture and Design Scotland
Brian Heartly - Artist at stillmotion.co.uk
Keri Monaghan - Architect at stallanbrand.com
Each speaker will give a 10 minute presentation finishing with a group discussion, join us to explore what Freescpace means to Scotland.
Free to attend, but please book your tickets at - papercutjun18.eventbrite.co.uk
Building visit to Mackintosh's Glasgow School of Art, involving a walkaround of the reconstruction work being carried out by Page/Park Architects and main contractor Kier Construction, following the fire of 2014.
This building visit is open to all GIA CPD Season Ticket Holders. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.