A new film about the creation of the Adelphi Square is set to launch.Advertisement
The film, Adelphi, is a 15-minute creative documentary about the University of Central Lancashire’s new public square and its adjacent spaces.
It was commissioned as part of the public art programme for the new Student Centre and square, and explores how people will shape the identity of this new public space.
The film is connected to a series of projects by In Certain Places that feed into the development of the square and the public aspects of the student building.
People featured in the film include residents, students, staff, architects, structural designers, artists, city planners and project managers.
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The launch event will be hosted by Blog Preston, and will feature a discussion with one of the film’s makers, Jonny Randall, and Professor Charles Quick from In Certain Places.
The launch can be viewed live on Blog Preston’s Facebook and YouTube pages from 6.30pm on Wednesday 29 July.
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