SATURDAY 6th DECEMBER 2008
333 Woodlands Road
(near Kelvinbridge U)
12.00am – 8.00pm
Stalls / Resources
…the RIB project
Glasgow’s Radical Independent Book-fair project… supporting small press publishers and independent producers…circulating radical reading materials and information…
RIB has been co-ordinating events since October 2006… helping to fill the gap left by the lack of alternative bookshops and independent events in our city. We stock various books, pamphlets, magazines, newspapers, dvd’s, cd’s, badges, cards, t-shirts and coffee from a number of publishers and presses in an eclectic mix.
this RiB will be documented by Anarcho TV www.anarchotv.org
12.00 – 1.00pm / 5.00 – 6.00pm
– pasties & pastries, pickles & preserves
For your winter delight, vegetable ingredients will be gathered through local gardeners’ donations, and guest chefs will prepare your free dishes in advance. If you’d like to contribute organic locally grown veg or help cook-up some vegan snacks, please get in touch… or just bring along your breads, pickles & preserves and seeds to swap.
1.30 – 3.30pm
Diversity Jukebox – Come and watch new work, auld classics, or be the VJ and pick your own favourite film off the Diversity Films Volume 1 DvD and introduce to the audience
1.30 – 4.30pm
Cardboard Club / Electron Club
High tech meets old fashioned fun head on… (or at least in a nearby room). Build cardboard structures / do cool things with computers + electronics. Fun for all ages… just bring yer imagination and an open mind!
2.00 – 3.30pm
The Burgh Angel, is a community newspaper (based in the Maryhill area) dedicated to producing news and collecting information on topics that are of importance to those in the community not represented by mainline media and newspapers.
4.00 – 5.30pm
At long last we have the much anticipated book launch of An AFAQ – volume one.
“The anarchist FAQ has been one of the standout achievements of the last decade in terms of its rigorous treatment of every aspect of the theory. Its translation from screen to print is long overdue.” (Freedom) This will be followed by a discussion on the book.
6.00 – 8.00pm
Film Launch/ Screening
Join Autonomi for the 10th anniversary of Doug Aubrey’s critically acclaimed film Victim of Geography. The event will include a screening of the film and also the launch of a limited edition double-disk DvD.