Final Fling is an award-winning site that offers end-of-life planning tools and an extensive blog, which is chocca with information about death, dying and end-of-life. All delivered with a pragmatic live well, die well perspective.
From Jan 2013 – Nov 2014…
I worked with Barbara and Final Fling, taking the lead in developingFling’s social media presence, admin, networking and data management. I was also regularly involved in creative business development, such as the Day of the Dead festival and other proposals. Final Fling has also hosted several Death Cafes – in which people meet up and discuss all things death over tea and cake.
If you want to get your end-of-life stuff sorted – check out Final Fling.
Final Fling’s Day of the Dead Mini-Fest
Co-produced by Gallery of Modern Art and Final Fling
Date: 2nd Nov 2013
Venue: GoMA, Glasgow
Please note: Adrian Howells is performing at an alternative Southside location
- 10 am – 12 noon – a shrine workshop with Greer Pester;
- 12 noon – 1 pm – Death Rattle performance in the portico;
- 2 pm – 4 pm – a Death Cafe – top floor workshop;
- 5 pm – 9 pm – Unburden – one to one with Adrian Howells;
- All day in the portico – Charnal House by Doug Strang
- HearAfter sound installation was previewed on 25th Oct and ran until 1st Dec 2013.
More info at Final Fling‘s Day of the Dead Mini-Fest
Many thanks to Katie Bruce and all at the Gallery of Modern Art
Pop-Up Drumming and Singing Events
And Then She Said sister duo Nichola Scrutton and Erin Scrutton in association with Plan B Collective created HumDrum to celebrate 100 years of International Women’s Day. Subsequent events included the West End Festival and the Royal Highland Show.
Big thanks to our sponsors above, and a HUGE THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO WAS INVOLVED – what a joyous day of celebration!!
Check out some photos of the HumDrum event at the Royal Concert Hall steps in Glasgow to celebrate 100 years of International Women’s Day at Universal News.
5th March, Glasgow
5th June: West End Festival
25th June: Royal Highland Show.
I am delighted to have organised the first GLEAM electroacoustic concert in the University of Glasgow Concert Hall. A call for works drew of 60 submissions. The event includes fixed medium works by:
Christian Banasik, Géraud Bec, Iain Campbell, Timothy Cooper, Jonas Foerster, Annelie Nederberg, Felipe Otondo, Dale Perkins, Calum Scott, Pei-Yu Shi, Graeme Truslove, Matt Walch.
Date and time: Saturday 20th March 2010 at 6 pm.
I am delighted to be organiser and host of the first University of Glasgow Music Department electroacoustic music event GLEAM on 20th March 2010 . Here is a call for works.