Day 1 - Wednesday 2nd, 11:45am - 12:30pm AEST
Changing the lens of placemaking to focus through the eyes of artists and creative thinkers provides a unique opportunity for regional communities. How do we consider place from a spiritual First Peoples' perspective and embed their stories? How do regional communities learn from successful urban placemaking and make it locally relevant? We discuss why it is important to place creatives in the centre of placemaking.
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Where are the men in this place making? How do men ‘make place’ in our communities?Donna Clissold
The provocation was given that we should not frame 'placemaking' rather that we hear the need and respond How do you move away from labelling and therefore ownership?Anonymous
Is your purpose driven by an existing strategy, consultation - or both? And, at what point does a clear purpose become the main driver behind what you’re doing?Anonymous
What’s the best way to initiate community consultation to create places to meet the needs of the target consumersKristel Kelly
What are some ideas and tools for measuring impact and engagement with long term activated spaces/made places?Kyle Walmsley
We would like to acknowledge the Mulinjali People the Traditional Owners of the lands on which we meet across the Scenic Rim. We pay our respects to elders past and present and future. Through their commitment they have kept alive the memories and traditions of their ancestors to pass them on to the children of tomorrow. First Peoples First.