Preliminary timetable for the day
Early Afternoon: Guided walk to Trusty's Hill, leaving from the Mill, with a (possibly abridged) version of the Orographic performance on top of the hill, then a return walk to the Mill. Duration: approx. 2 hrs.
Mid Afternoon: Talks and workshops at the Mill, exploring themes related to Orographic -- in particular, looking at both our practical and our emotional relationship to landscape, place, wildlife, etc. Content still being confirmed, but likely to include talks/workshops from The Golden Eagle Project, Robin Rigg of the Slovak Wildlife Project, 'Singing the River' with Darla Eno and Tamsin Wates, and David Borthwick from Glasgow Uni.
Oceanallover are also working with 3 interns who will be exploring creative ways to record and document responses to the project and its themes. This may involve the creation of a physical 'map' of responses, developed as the day unfolds. Duration: approx. 2-3hrs.
Late Afternoon: Performance of Orographic by Oceanallover. Exact location to be confirmed, but it may be that the performance unfolds along the path from the Mill to the High Street, and onwards. Duration: approx. 30mins.