The Belfast StreetSpace Workshop 2019

The Belfast StreetSpace Workshop 2019


After the success of the StreetSpace workshop of 2018 we are delighted to repeat, focusing this time on the Clifton Gateway (Donegal Street, Clifton Street and Crumlin Road). This will be a two day workshop to explore the complexity of these streets in Belfast. We will explore people’s experiences, memories and histories and create a set of maps to reflect these. We will also investigate the potential of these streets to provide fair, accessible and diverse places for people. This workshop is based on the one year live project carried out by students of the Masters of Architecture, in collaboration with Anthropology and Film Studies at QUB, the Department for Communities and Belfast City Council. We will develop a series of activities that will lead us to 6 new maps of the Clifton Gateway, which will be exhibited in PLACE from June 20th.

Places are limited, but there are a few spaces still available. The event is free and open to all however registration is compulsory for catering purposes.

If you want to attend the Workshop please contact Dr. Agustina Martire: or click here to register your place

Draft Schedule:

Monday 17th June

9:30 – Introduction

9:45 – Group organisation

10:00-12:00 – Group walkabout – 1 A3 map per pair

12:00 – Pecha Kucha – 4 talks x 7 minutes

  • Manual Ramos – Lisbon
  • Jane Clossick – London
  • Riccardo Marini – Glasgow
  • Bedour Hameid – Hamburg/Cairo

12:45 – Lunch

13:30-17:00 – Work in groups – fieldwork

19:00 – Dinner

Tuesday 18th June

9:00 – Work in groups – fieldwork and prepare presentation

12:00 – Pecha Kucha – 4 talks x 7 minutes

  • Massimo Santanicchia – Reykjavik
  • Birgit Hausleitner – Delft
  • Tatjana Capuder Vidmar – Ljubljana
  • Agustina Martire – Belfast

12:45 – Lunch

13:30-16:00 – Work in groups – prepare presentation outcomes

16:00 – Group presentations

17:00 – Reception

Thursday 20th June

18:00 – Exhibition launch at PLACE



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