23rd May 2007, 6- 8pm, followed by music and drinks The Mitchell Library, North Street, Glasgow G3 7DN
“A Dream of Cities”, which is an introduction to the poem 'Suona per Te,' offers Hutchison’s reader an insight into his travels around the world that have come to shape him. Hutchison argues that people should be drawn to cities, and, in turn, cities and city centres must “nourish” its inhabitants. 'S U O N A P E R T E' hopes to evoke the spirit of place and how this sense of place has resonated with Hutchinson. While the poem captures the character of Milan, Hutchison also asks his reader to look for the similarities between the Italian city and Glasgow as “a dream of the future.”
Many of the workshops involved producing matrixes that illustrated different attitudes, hopes and fears for the future of Glasgow. Here is a combined analysis of them.
The Glasgow 2020 questionairre was filled out by 229 people who came to G2020 events. Here is a brief analysis of what it is telling us.
This was one of the first things we were sent for Glasgow 2020 and we thought it was fantastic. For some reason it never made it onto the website. Here it is.
Glasgow 2020's programme of public events and the story-writing competition is now over.