Kate MacLennan is a Pro Placemaking geek who is freshly back to Halifax after her 6 month sabbatical scouring the country for jedi like wisdom on Place and Placemaking.
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Drinking A Place
BY FELICITY JANE POWELL
@ VOL 24
ON JUL 15, 2015
When you are drinking a wine you are experiencing a place, says Felicity Jane Powell who was a wine consultant in London. Love your place and people will live your wine! Drinking globally is killing out planet. Why do we have to drink wines from all the way the other side of the world?!
Sculpting Community: Placemaking with Krasl Art Center
BY BILL LADITKA
@ VOL 3
ON NOV 12, 2015
What happens when you pair up the brains of Bill LaDitka, a Principal Architect and Julia Gourley, an Art Gallery Director? You get a creative team from two agencies focused on PlaceMaking in St. Joseph, MI.
Bill is a Principal Architect at Wightman & Associates, Inc. in Benton Harbor, MI. He also is an Urban Designer, Place Designer, Strategist, Creative Visionary as well as one of our PKN City Organizers.
Julia is the Executive Director at the Krasl Art Center in St. Joseph, MI. She holds a BFA, Fine Art Photography and a MSEd in Art Education. She is a member of various local crop-shares, cycle groups, and most obviously, many creative networks.
Movin’ on Up: For a Better San Antonio, Head East
BY TONY LEVERETT
@ VOL 20
ON DEC 01, 2015
Placemaking: Urban design as a catalyst for change
BY DAVID WITTY
@ VOL 3
ON JAN 30, 2016
Placemaking with People!
BY MOJGAN RASOULI
@ VOL 11
ON MAY 06, 2016
Mojgan Rasouli is a passionate Urban Planner and Designer who has great enthusiasm for developing vibrant and walkable neighbourhoods that promote health, safety and equity. Her presentation invites people to consider how placemaking inspires people to reinvent public spaces.
Creative Placemaking - Turning a 'Space' into a 'Place'
BY KEVON FODERINGHAM
@ VOL 1
ON DEC 01, 2017
PechaKucha Night Arima, City Organiser, Kevon Foderingham speaks about his non-profit organization, Caribbean Fashion and Arts Feature Festival and corresponding creative placemaking project, EAST YARD.
Kevon speaks about the power of culture and creativity to revitalize cities and foster the spirit of community.
Decolonising our Places
BY REBECCA KIDDLE
@ VOL 34
ON MAR 05, 2018
“Colonisation is just a bit shit.” Rebecca Kiddle shares some of the lessons of her research which focuses on Aotearoa place identity and placemaking, decolonising cities and the design of community and educational space.
Rebecca is Ngāti Porou and Ngā Puhi. She is a Senior Lecturer, Environmental Studies, Victoria University of Wellington.
She has worked in the urban design space in the UK, China and Aotearoa New Zealand for the past seven years having undertaken a PhD and MA in urban design at Oxford Brookes University, UK. Prior to this she worked in housing and Māori development policy and as Private Secretary Housing for the Associate Minister of Housing (Māori housing portfolio) in New Zealand’s parliament.
She is currently the co-chair Pōneke for Ngā Aho: Network of Māori Designers, a member of Papa Pounamu: New Zealand Planning Institute and a panel member of the Auckland Urban Design Panel. Her research focuses on Aotearoa New Zealand place identity and placemaking, decolonising cities and the design of community and educational space. Most recently she won Marsden funding for the topic: Making Aotearoa Places: The Politics and Practice of Urban Māori Place-making