Two upcoming events will see Professor Charles Quick take part in the contemporary conversation around Art, Culture and Place. On the 2nd July he will join a Contemporary Art Society panel to discuss the future of culture within civic space, and on 7th July he will host an in-conversation event with artist Katerina Seda as part of Arts and Place NOW.
Photo: Vít Klusák
Thursday 2 July 2020, 18.00-19.30 on Zoom
Contemporary Art Society Consultancy: Public Space and Culture After the Virus
A conversation between architects, urbanists and cultural place makers
Limited space available. Please RSVP to email@example.com to receive your private Zoom meeting link
The massive societal changes wrought by 2020 are being keenly felt in cities throughout the world. Coronavirus has kept us apart; Black Lives Matter has brought thousands onto the streets. Economies are tumbling alongside contested civic statuary. What will be the role of culture in public space as we collectively move forward? What might we do differently and what is integral to maintaining cultural place making agendas?
CAS Consultancy has worked over the past ten years to develop cultural placemaking strategies that embed social and community value in public realm developments. Join a distinguished panel to consider the future of the urban realm and the role of culture in supporting new behaviours and ways of considering social space.
Cany Ash, Partner, Ash Sakula Architects Harbinder Birdi, Senior Partner Hawkins\Brown Anna Minton, writer and lecturer, University of East London Fabienne Nicholas, Head of Consultancy, Contemporary Art Society Christina Norton, Urbanist, Fluid Charles Quick, In Certain Places Jérôme Sans, Artistic Director, Rives de Saône-River Movie (Lyon) and Grand Paris Express project
Thursday 9th July 16:00-17:00
Arts and Place NOW is a series of online conversations curated by the National Arts and Place Consortium that will shine a light on exemplar projects amplifying the artists’ voice in placemaking and exploring the future role of artists working in the public realm.
Katerina will talk about her work For every dog a different master and the impact of the work on the local community and place as well as considering the future application of her approach.