20 February: Life after the Olympics: Local Events and Legacies
Tourism and Events 10 January 2014
Date/time: 20 February 2014, starts at 6pm
Venue: Room MG14, Marylebone Campus
- 6pm Registration
- 6.10 Introduction - Chair: Marion Roberts - Professor of Urban Design Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment (FABE)
- 6.20 Nancy Stevenson – International Director FABE
Cultural Events in the Context of Change.
- 6.40 Andreas Lang – Director Public Works
The Wick Sessions
Alternative Futures and Urban Resilience.
- 7pm Tracie Trimmer-Platman – Chair of the Wick Award & Wick Festival, Senior Lecturer UEL
The Hackney Wick Festival
Making Connections, Developing Community Capital.
- 7.20 Adriana Marques- Lead for Arts and Culture, London Legacy Development Corporation
The role of Art and Events in re-animating the Park.
- 7.40 Questions and Discussion
- 8pm Refreshments
The event is free, but you must register to attend.
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