Memory of Water Project - A Series of Webinars
18 November 2020

Memory of Water Project - A Series of Webinars

Memory of Water is an artist-led project exploring post-industrial waterfront heritage in the context of urban planning and community development. Funded by Creative Europe and with local support in six partner cities, the project was developed and delivered by over two years from 2018 - 2020.

Over two years, the participating partners from six countries - Intercult in Sweden; Stad Ostend in Belgium; the Municipality of Levadia in Greece; Nadbaltyckie Centrum Kultury in Poland; Fablevision in Scotland; and Ormston House in Limerick, Ireland collaborated on 23 interconnected activities including four city labs, six international residencies, and a filmed documentary.

Artists worked with citizens, community groups, politicians, urban planners and other stakeholders to create inclusive events and artistic interventions. The full programme of 23 interconnected activities in the Memory of Water project embraced the three priorities of the Creative Europe Co-operations programme: audience development, capacity building and transnational mobility.


The grand finale of the project introduces a programme of webinars that will profile the achievements of six partner cities.  During November and December, the six participating river and water cities of Stockholm, Limerick, Levadia, Ostend, Govan and Gdańsk invite you to join in discussions about the implications for future cultural planning.

Contributors include artists Ira Brami, Iwona Zając, Jonas Myrstrand, Mary Conroy, Siegfried Vynck and t s Beall, who will be joined by academics, writers and cultural policy makers , among others Franco Bianchini, François Matterasso and Lia Ghilardi.

The webinars will be streamed from the Memory of Water Facebook page here at 11:00am Irish time on the dates outlined below. Be sure to tune in for the webinar 'Eye of the River' featuring Irish partner, Ormston House, on Thursday 10th December