More about Reset Arts and Culture HERE.
Can we re-imagine the ‘creative city’ beyond gentrification, real estate, and high-end hospitality? What role can art and culture play in creating a sustainable city built to serve citizens not property development?
Friday 10 September 2-7pm
Waterside Workers Hall
11 Nile Street, Port Adelaide, Kaurna Country
The event will include a walk to highlight some key sites of community campaigning, resistance and urban redevelopment in the inner Port Adelaide area; followed by a panel, with Vitalstatistix’s Director, Emma Webb, in conversation with: Aunty Margaret Brodie; Anthony Coupe, Director of Mulloway Studio; Lindl Lawton, Senior Curator of the South Australian Maritime Museum; and Kirsty Hammet, Shed 26 and Port of Adelaide National Trust activist.
This is followed by some fantastic other talks and conversations with Australian and international cultural activists and academics; including Dan Hill, based in the Swedish Innovation Agency, Stockholm,Rory Hyde, Associate Professor of Architecture at University of Melbourne, Sebastian Olma, activist from Amsterdam Alternative, and Luca Bergamo, Vice-Mayor Rome and Deputy-Mayor Cultural Development (2016-21), Secretary General Culture Action Europe, co-Founder the Rome Charter, a manifesto for citizens’ cultural rights to the city.
More info HERE