02 December 2020 to 03 December 2020

Full online programme

Below is the complete online programme of our Satellite Galway. Note that registration for the overall meeting is mandatory. The links to connect to the networking activity and working sessions will be sent to registered participants only close to the meeting date.

The schedule below includes a networking activity, working sessions, as well as an artistic programme combining new pieces especially produced for this meeting (marked as Artistic programme in the schedule) and a mix of existing pieces, kindly made available by Galway 2020 and the Galway International Arts Festival (marked as Parallel activities in the schedule).

We have suggested screening times, which we believe will enhance the experience of the meeting, but all performances are available to watch on demand and it will still be possible to watch them after the meeting.

Important: The schedule below is in Central European Time (CET). Please make sure to correctly convert it in your local time.

Example: 12:00 CET = 11:00 GMT (local time in Galway)

02 December 2020
20:00 to 21:00

Galway International Arts Festival: First Thought Talk with John Gerrard - Mirror Pavilion

Galway International Arts Festival: First Thought Talk with John Gerrard - Mirror Pavilion

The Pavilion is a beautiful and striking structure, with
 three sides and the roof clad in a highly reflective mirror and the fourth wall a high–resolution LED wall. This structure will host two new artworks Corn Work and Leaf Work which unfold on the LED screen presented in two locations; Corn...Read more

The Pavilion is a beautiful and striking structure, with
 three sides and the roof clad in a highly reflective mirror and the fourth wall a high–resolution LED wall. This structure will host two new artworks Corn Work and Leaf Work which unfold on the LED screen presented in two locations; Corn...Read more

Parallel activities
21:00 to 22:30

Galway International Arts Festival: First Thought Talk with Mary Robinson - What can we do about Climate Change?

Galway International Arts Festival: First Thought Talk with Mary Robinson - What can we do about Climate Change?

Mary Robinson, former President of Ireland and UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, and now head of the Mary Robinson Foundation for Climate Justice, discusses what is possibly the single most important issue facing humanity. She is introduced by Professor John Sweeney, one of Ireland’s best–...Read more

Mary Robinson, former President of Ireland and UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, and now head of the Mary Robinson Foundation for Climate Justice, discusses what is possibly the single most important issue facing humanity. She is introduced by Professor John Sweeney, one of Ireland’s best–...Read more

Parallel activities
03 December 2020
11:00 to 11:55

Galway International Arts Festival: Mirror Pavilion | Reflections on Landscape: John Gerrard in conversation with Paul Fahy

Galway International Arts Festival: Mirror Pavilion| Reflections on Landscape: John Gerrard in conversation with Paul Fahy

Mirror Pavilion is a response to the escalating climate crisis and fearlessly pushes the boundaries of digital art using simulation. Gerrard has taken digital technology, usually employed by the commercial gaming industry, to create virtual worlds that simulate extremely detailed and authentic...Read more

Mirror Pavilion is a response to the escalating climate crisis and fearlessly pushes the boundaries of digital art using simulation. Gerrard has taken digital technology, usually employed by the commercial gaming industry, to create virtual worlds that simulate extremely detailed and authentic...Read more

Parallel activities
21:00 to 21:45

Our Planet: Our Business - WWF International

Our Planet: Our Business - WWF International

A short film taking a business approach to climate action, building on a recent Netflix production. Watch now Duration: 40 minutesRead more

A short film taking a business approach to climate action, building on a recent Netflix production. Watch now Duration: 40 minutesRead more

Parallel activities