As the next Lighthouse Late draws closer we’re delighted to announce a whole host of additions to the line up!
The renowned Scottish burlesque and cabaret performer, Debay De Lux, has created a performance influenced by the ever changing aspects of Berlin culture, from the 1920’s cabaret scene, 1970’s DIY punk to the current underground club cultures. She will be performing throughout the evening.
Hannah Brackston is a Glasgow-based visual artist with a socially engaged practice. She will be hosting a “cogs and wheels” workshop, reusing scrap bike parts and other salvaged materials to make useful objects and ornaments. The workshops are suitable for all skill levels, Hannah and her team will bring examples of pre-made items and be on hand throughout the evening to provide practical support.
Rework: Bygone Bijoux. Tea Green will be hosting a playful evening of jewellery re invention with designer Louise Forbes and artist Rowan Richardson. Bring your own or pick from our collection of parts and re-work your forgotten treasures into something new. Set once again in the heart of the pop up market, you will find it easy to be inspired!
Florian Urban, Professor and Head of Architectural and Urban Studies at the Mackintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow School of Art will be hosting a talk on post-war urban design in Berlin and Glasgow. Urban was born and raised in Munich and spent most of his adult life studying and working in Berlin before moving to Glasgow in 2010.
Rebecca Torres is the founder and designer behind the self-titled label, she will be hosting a talk about her journey in the fashion industry. Rebecca specialises in the use of luxurious sports led fabrics and is renowned for her ability to accentuate and empower the female form creating garments featuring enhanced fit, stretch and comfort.
Michael Stumpf (born in Mannheim/ Germany) studied Sculpture at the State Academy of Fine Arts in Karlsruhe (1996-2001) and received an MFA from the Glasgow School of Art (2004). He will talk about two recent projects; 'This Song Belongs To Those Who Sing It' an exhibition and temporary public art commission at Glasgow School of Art, as part of Glasgow international 2014 and 'Objects Converse on a Matter of Mutual Concern', a temporary public art commission for Art Across the City 2015 in Swansea.
Tea Green Events are back with their wonderful art, design & contemporary craft market full of Scottish designers selling their unique items.
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In addition to the live music, talks, craft market and workshops there will be two films screened on the evening. The first of these is the fully restored director’s cut of the expressionist science fiction drama film Metropolis (1927), directed by Fritz Lang and The Blue Angel (1930), the cult German tragicomedy directed by Josef von Sternberg and starring Emil Jannings, Marlene Dietrich and Kurt Gerron.