PROGRAMME

* events are free of charge – please register following the links below

>> Saturday May 18th <<
11 am // Opening words by Isabella Noero, ÚNA Director

11.15am – 12noon // “The Kogi Mamas – The Real Guardians of the Galaxy” by Alan Ereira

12 – 13 pm // Lunch break [Lunch provided]

13 – 13.30 pm // “FiBRA Artist Residence: Kogi and Wayú Indigenous Peoples, Materials and Traditions” by Mia Pfeifer

13.30 – 14.15pm // Open discussion with Alan Ereira and Mia Pfeifer

14.15 – 14.30 pm // Tea & coffee break [provided]

14.30 – 15.20 pm // “Climate Change, Human Impact and Gaelic Speaking Communities in Scotland” by Cameron Mackay

15.30 – 17.00 pm // Film Screening: ALUNA

21 pm – late // Cross-cultural music & performance at Centre for Contemporary Arts [CCA]

>> Sunday May 19th <<
11 am – 12noon // “Pintxos & Folksongs: Canna House, a Hidden Hebridean Cultural Gem” by Fiona MacKenzie – Q&A with Gilbert MacMillan

12 – 13 pm // Lunch break [Lunch provided]

13 – 14.30 pm // “Defending the Rights of Marginalised Communities: Experiences in Colombia and Scotland” with Simon Crabb, Mo Hume & Allan Gillies

14.30 – 14.45 pm // Tea & coffee break [provided]

14.45 – 15.30 pm // “Pataxó Indigenous Communities in Porto do Boi, Brazil” with Rafaela Zincone

15.30 – 15.45 pm // Closing words by Isabella Noero, ÚNA Director

16 – 16.50 pm // Film Screening: Arupãb
“The fruit of 7 months living with the Pataxó. In stunning images, it takes us into the contemporary life mosaic of this people”

Please note that this programme is subject to change. Follow our social media channels to keep up to date.

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