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friday, 11 november 2005
bentley campus, curtin university, western australia

The program may be downloaded for printing.

8.30 - 9.00registration (foyer of 210, elizabeth jolley complex)
9.00 - 9.45opening session (norm dufty lecture theatre, 210:102)
9.00-9.10 beginning the day joan wardrop
9.10-9.20 welcome to country mingili mcglade
9.20-9.30 remembrance of things past (prov.title) tom stannage
9.30-9.40 provoking the subjective (prov.title) gabby fletcher
9.40-9.45 into the day joan wardrop
9.45 - 10.45first small-group workshop session (pre-allocated spaces)
"interrogating the borders": themes and theories, methods and modes: find ways to work with each other, to provoke each other, to support each other, to work with each others' creativity
10.45 - 11.15morning coffee (foyer of 210)
11.15 - 12.45second small-group workshop session
"unpacking the assumptions": imagining, destructuring, creating, layering, challenging, inscribing, transgressing the boundaries: where can you take the ideas, the theories, the themes?
12.45 - 1.0011: closing the exhibition (john curtin gallery, access gallery)
1.00 - 2.00lunch (foyer of 210)
2.00 - 3.15third small-group workshop session
"producing the provocative": into the black box, constructing the narrative, working the theory
3.15 - 4.00afternoon tea (foyer of 210)
including the launch by the acting pro vice chancellor research, professor leonie rennie, of the volume of collected papers from the palimpsests conference 2004, and the presentation of the brian dibble prizes for outstanding papers from that conference
4.00 - 5.00plenary workshop (norm dufty lecture theatre, 210:102)
ann schilo
5.00 - 6.00sundowner (foyer of 210)

parking

day of provocation attendees may park in any of the green parking bays on campus at no cost - for a complete list of all parking areas and a campus map, please visit the campus map web site. We recommend that you look for parking close to Building 210, and use the main entrance to the university, off Kent Street.

 

     People's workshop number 3, 1968

People's workshop number 3 
Artist: unidentified, 1968 
Victoria University Library, Toronto, Canada