Living Cities Forum 2019: Future Needs
The Living Cities Forum 2019 will be divided into two main sessions—titled Tomorrow’s city and Latent conditions— engaging speakers in individual presentations followed by panel discussions and audience Q&A, providing the local design community an opportunity to connect with international thought leadership.
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Living Cities Forum Sydney is supported by Create NSW. Deputy Secretary Alex O’Mara commented: “We’re delighted to be involved in such a forward-thinking forum with such fantastic speakers on living cities, great design and public spaces. The approach aligns with the approach in our Cultural Infrastructure Plan 2025+ to deliver new opportunities for cultural participation across the State."
Tuesday 28 May 2019
7.45 - 8.30
Doors open for registration and light refreshment service until commencement of Session One.
8.30 - 12.15
Session One: Tomorrow’s City
Glenn Murcutt AO in conversation with architect and educator Shelley Penn; presentations by Christopher Hawthorne, and Rachaporn Choochuey, followed by a panel discussion and audience Q&A moderated by Andrew Mackenzie. The session will include a morning tea break with refreshments served.
12.15 - 1.00
Participants are welcome to stay inside the venue for a light lunch provided, or step out and return for Session Two.
1.00 - 4.30
Session Two: Latent Conditions
Presentations by Mabel O. Wilson, Adrian Lahoud and Catherine Mosbach, followed by a panel discussion and audience Q&A, moderated by Prof Francesca Hughes. The session will include an afternoon tea break with refreshments served.
4.30 - 6.00
Participants are invited to stay and debrief with hospitality served.
Wednesday 29 May: Mabel O. Wilson lecture presented by UTS, 6pm