How can cities be better built around our human need for community and belonging? Join a panel of urban designers, artists and architects as they share...
(Human) Nature and The City
Level 2, 400 George Street
Access and Inclusion
How can cities be better built around our human need for community and belonging? Join a panel of urban designers, artists and architects as they share the blueprint for cities that connect us.
Presenting a theory of place honed over the past decade since co-founding public art and placemaking company Cultural Capital, Mark McClelland will share what he believes creates a sense of community and home in a city. Mark will look back upon human history to show why public art and places with distinctive characters are so important to our wellbeing.
Joining him on a spirited panel is Urbis/Future State Director Kate Meyrick, author of Killing Sydney: The Fight for a City's Soul Elizabeth Farrelly, award-winning Walbanga and Wadi Wadi creative and designer Alison Page, writer, educator, and Director of Nguluway DesignInc, Wiradjuri architect Craig Kerslake.