31 March-1 April, Byre Theatre
Two days of performances and workshops, plus an intermedial exhibition to last till 8 April.
31 March and 1 April 14:00-16:00
a hands-on poetry and art translation workshop event with your own translated art-poem to take home. Led by Eugenia Loffredo and Manuela Perteghella
Performance Art Shows
31 March and 1 April 11:00-12:00
Ideas as Social Constructs: The Translation of Ideas by Samuel Ross
performances are shaped by the audience’s own response
Monday 3 April, 8 pm, Byre Theatre
An evening of music and art inspired by the poetry of Charles Baudelaire.
Wednesday 5 April, 2pm Conference Room, Younger Hall
Translating for Singing: what, how and why? – Download Word document
Thursday 6 April, 7pm, School 6
Jennifer O’Meara (Film Studies) presents Lost in Translation
Read our Film Studies experts’ recommendations of films about translation
Friday 7 April, Gateway Boardroom
Scotland in Translation.
A day of talks and readings, from Burns in French to Baudelaire in Scots to Chinese Makars. – Download programme
These events are supported by Byre World.
Gregor Townsend (formerly of Brive, Castres and Montpellier; coach of Glasgow Warriors and Scotland rugby team) on languages and sport, in conversation with Gavin Bowd.
David Bellos (author of Is that a Fish in your Ear? Translation and the Meaning of Everything):
Follow the link to watch video on translation and linguistic diversity.