We’ve packed as many exciting things as we could into the day. Here’s how it’ll slot together…
Some of the smörgåsbord activities will involve going outside, so sensible shoes and umbrellas etc etc.
10:30 – Coffee and custard
11:00 – Welcome
11:10-12:30 – Presentations from:
Bill Aitchison The Tour of All Tours
Duncan Speakman The social composition of A Folded Path and the myth of interactivity
Rebecca Taylor The Rooftop Project: The Story So Far…
with Q&A chaired by Clare Reddington.
12:30-1:15 – Lunch
1:15-3:00 – A smörgåsbord of workshops and other interesting things:
How To Impersonate a Plain Clothes Police Officer
sign-up workshop, 10 people max
“A Young Lover’s Guide to Perceptual Pataphysics” or “How Bass Changed My Life”
installation, drop-in (but beware the flashy lights)
|Dr. Simon Park
Exploring The Invisible
walking workshop, 20 people max
Punch the Custard
|2pm-2:30||Aste Amundsen/Apocalypse Gameshow
Computer Aided Theatre
Farm-Yard Debris, Carboot Treasures – Petrol Can Synths…
Meet the Critters
3:00-3:15 – Recombobulation
3:15-4:50 – Presentations from:
Swoomptheeng Raving with Ritualised Punk Technology
George Buckenham Making videogames with squishy bits
with keynote by Owl Project Crafting instruments and interfaces
4:50-5:00 – Close of main event
5:15 – Supersonic Festival has arranged free a performance of Duncan Speakman’s A Folded Path exclusively for Bees in a Tin attendees. Places are limited to 30 and you’ll need to sign up with us on the day. The performance last about an hour and involves walking so please wear appropriate footwear.
After clearing up the venue we’ll be heading over to The Woodman pub and surrounding grassy area for a drink and a chat – it’d be lovely if you could join us there either after the conference or after A Folded Path.