Talking Urban: a series of evening lectures on urbanism

Opening event: Cities, places, people

Featuring:

Icecream Architecture: Community-led design

Heather Claridge: art of the possible?

Date: Wednesday 22 March 2017 6pm
Venue: Department of Architecture, Level 3 Seminar Rooms, University of Strathclyde.
Open to the public
Booking: Free booking through Eventbrite
  • Do you want to bridge the gap between ideas and reality?
  • Are you not sure how changes are made out there in the real world?
  • Do you want to know how to work with people and within systems?
  • What does success look like?
  • What can be learned from failure?

Join us over the next few months for a series of talks where we'll explore these questions and more, with voices from urbanism in the public, private and charity sectors. Come armed with questions and a curious mind as we'll be opening the floor to discussions!

  • Entrance is free but ticketed
  • Talks start at 6pm and you'll find some drinks and snacks waiting!
  • Check individual events for locations.
 
icecream architecture
is a multi-disciplinary team practicing community-led design. From charettes to public art, the core aim of all their projects and strategies is to motivate and mobilise civic pride, taking people on a journey that is as important as the finished piece.

Heather Claridge
is an urban planner working in the development of environmental regeneration projects at Glasgow City Council. She's worked with the Scottish Government and Architecture+Design Scotland to develop the Stalled Spaces programme throughout the country. She will initiate us into the art of the possible!

Booking: Free booking through Eventbrite

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