Water-Worlds programme at the RGS

Film screening 1.

Wednesday 13.10 to 14.25. Newman building, LTF.

Sea – Gareth Polmeer
AmaRona Lee
Limulus – Karen Kramer
RGS/AC OA formerly Ocean ApocalypseMichael Mulvihill
Dropped in the OceanJess Allen & Bronwyn Preece
Alchemical WatersRuth Le Gear
The Free SeaHanna Husberg & Laura McLean

PIDGE Theatre ‘performance lecture’

Thursday 13.10 – 14.25. Newman building, LTA.

Still or Sparkling? Jess Burford & Sapphire Urwick

Water-Worlds 1: art practices and wet ecologies (session of performative papers & discussion)

Friday 9.00 to 10.40. Queens building LT4.1&2.

Watermeets Minty Donald
Drop in the OceanJess Allen
Underwateredge: Walking the historic shoreline of the Pevensey Levels – Charlotte Still & Clare Whistler
Waterline – Carol Laidler & Pat Jamieson
Wandering Shards – Susan Trangmar

Water-Worlds 2: panel discussion

Friday 11.10 to 12.50. Queens building LT4.1&2.

Bringing together all the threads from the Wet Geographies sessions throughout the week.
Chaired by Prof Phil Steinberg, Durham University.

Film screening 2.

Friday 13.10 to 14.25. Newman building, LTF.

Sea – Gareth Polmeer
Limulus – Karen Kramer
The Captain’s Bird TableRona Lee
RGS/AC OA formerly Ocean ApocalypseMichael Mulvihill
Dropped in the OceanJess Allen & Bronwyn Preece
THEYEmma Critchley
Alchemical WatersRuth Le Gear

Art Exhibition

Throughout the week in the Forum

There’s a Hole in the Bottom of the Sea: Ash Wednesday, 1962 – Lynn Imperatore

Linked sessions exploring watery worlds…

Wet Geographies 1 (Under the Sea: Geographies of the Deep). Wednesday 11.10 to 12.50

Wet Geographies 2 (Water in the Anthropocene)
Session 1 Wednesday 14.40 to 16.20
Session 2 Wednesday 16.50 to 18.30

And if you’d like more watery discussions there’s the discussion forum event & reception:
The Many Faces of Flooding: Policy, Science, and Art
Wednesday 18:45-20:00, Forum Auditorium

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