Wednesday 11 November
16:30 Executive Committee meeting (for LUCI EC members only) / City Chambers
19:00 Welcome drinks and exhibition opening – Radiance Reflected / The Lighthouse
An exhibition that explains the origins of the approach to lighting in the City, and how this has evolved over time. It reflects the influence of the development of LUCI and Glasgow’s role as a founding member.
21:00 Walking lighting trail in the city centre
This tour will offer participants the opportunity to see some of the permanent, and temporary, lighting installations in and around the vibrant City Centre.
Thursday 12 November
8:30 Registration and coffee / City Chambers
9:00 Opening of the City under Microscope
9:10 – 10:20 Transforming the city: steam to green
Glasgow has transformed from a City dependent on heavy industry to one which aspires to be one of the most sustainable cities around.
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10:20 Coffee break
10:50 – 12:00 Planning the economic growth of the city
The continuous, and sustainable, economic growth of Glasgow requires focus and planning. The city has unique partnerships that include businesses, academics, and the public sector to allow it to flourish.
13:00 – 14:30 People make Glasgow… Light up!
People make Glasgow the city that it is today. Different people with different perspectives and talents make the city the diverse and interesting place that people enjoy living and working in, and visiting.
14:30 Coffee break
15:00 – 15:50 Inviting Place to Live: What Next?
The transformation of the city continues with future regeneration projects that create vibrant community spaces for its growing population.
Glasgow was the first, and only Scottish City to be named in the first round of Rockefeller 100 Resilient Cities. What does thinking about light in a Resilient City mean?
18:20 See the vision for the Canal in action
NVA’s internationally touring public artwork “Speed of Light” will arrive in Glasgow for the first time with a powerful re-staging of “Ghost Peloton” at the Whisky Bond, home of Glasgow Sculpture Studios.
20:00 Dinner / The Piping Centre
Friday 13 November
8:30 Registrations and coffee / Technology and Innovation Centre, Strathclyde University
9:20 – 10:10 Future and Smart City
What does the future hold? How can we be smart about working together through innovation and knowledge and make intelligent choices?
10:10 – 10:30 LUCI Announcements
10:30 Coffee break
Lighting design workshop involving informed people in innovation – that’s you! This is where the fun begins. LUCI events are special in bringing together lighting designers, urban planners, policy makers and technical expertise. We enjoy that exchange. How much more fun to really apply that knowledge and see the art of the possible.
13:00 – 16:00 Lighting design activity workshops
Get those creative thoughts flowing!
16:00 – 17:30 Parallel sessions
Three sessions that will run so that you get a chance to see them all:
- Lighting as the Internet of Things
- Glasgow’s public lighting since 1780
- Visit of the City Observatory and intelligent street lighting demonstration
19:30 LUCI make Glasgow! Visit of the winning lighting design installations
The constructed designs will become temporary installations for the evening. Come and see the results, and the mark that LUCI delegates have made on our City.
20:00 Dinner / The Flying Scotsman, Corinthian