Timespan at 30




19 November

As Timespan turns 30, we would like to invite everyone to join us for an Open Day and Celebration Ceilidh on the 19th November 2016. All are welcome and entry to the whole building is free throughout the day though we ask you to RSVP for the evening celebration.

We look forward to welcoming you to Timespan and sharing its past, present and future together.

Open Day

Visit us at Timespan to explore the hidden gems of our building, to meet our current staff and to find out about
projects and future plans. You can drop in at anytime, bring friends and family, enjoy refreshments in the
Riverside Cafe, join any of the sessions below, or just have a look around.

10.00 – Museum Tour with Jacquie Aitken
10.30 – Explore our Archive with Jo Clements
11.00 – Demonstration of our new Virtual Curing Yard with Jo Clements and Ade Fabola
11.30A Layered Land Exhibition Introduction with Frances Davis and artists Caroline Dear and Magi Sinclair
12.00 – Collection Show and Tell with Ade Fabola and Jacquie Aitken
12.30 – Introduction to Artlands North with Camilla Crosta
13.00 – Special Anniversary Lunch deal in the Riverside Cafe
14.00 – Children’s Workshop: Making Lanterns with Audrey Parsons
14.00Where We Live Village Tour with Jacquie Aitken
14.30 – Programming at Timespan with Anna Vermehren
15.00Where We Live Archive research session with Gerry Wood
15.30 – Demonstration of our new Virtual Curing Yard with Jo Clements and Ade Fabola
16.00 – Museum Tour with Jacquie Aitken

Celebration Ceilidh

Join us for a celebration evening and hear from some of the people who were instrumental in bringing Timespan
to life 30 years ago. Enjoy food, drink and a dance in good company.

18.30 – Panel Discussion with Founding Members Mary Dudgeon, Edward Mackay and Alastair Sangster
19.00 – Anniversary Buffet by Timespan’s Fundraising Committee and Note of Thanks from Timespan’s Board
20.00 – Family Ceilidh with Blackrock Ceilidh

To RSVP for the evening celebration call us on 01431 821 327 or email enquiries@timespan.org.uk