Thu 19 Oct 2017 9:30 at Watershed
Making The City Playable Conference 2017
One day programme exploring the theme of the Playable City and feature playful interventions, opportunities for networking, debate and discussion. Tickets are on sale now.
We are very pleased to announce that tickets are now on sale for our Making the City Playable Conference 2017. Following on from the success of Playable City Day 2016 and the previous Making the City Playable Conference, we have gathered together an international mix of creatives and city change-makers to speak about their transformative work in cities from Montreal to Mexico City, Lagos to Copenhagen.
The one day programme will explore the theme of the Playable City and feature playful interventions, opportunities for networking, debate and discussion and a chance to meet Watershed’s fifteen international city change makers – joining us on Creative Producers International, a three year programme to put people and play at the heart of their future city.
Confirmed speakers include:
Miguel Sicart, Play Scholar
Pascale Daigle, Programme Director of Montreal's Quartier des Spectacles
Daniel Hirschmann, Founder of Hirsch and Mann
Erin Walsh, Head of Strategies at Future Cities Catapult
Stuart Nolan, Research Magician
Jen Stein, Watershed Professor of Design Futures at UWE
Inua Ellams, Founder of Midnight Run
We will provide BSL and live captioning to accompany our all conference speakers.
Don’t miss out. Tickets are now available at: http://www.watershed.co.uk/whatson/8241/making-the-city-playable/.
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Making The City Playable Conference is produced by Watershed and is part of the Festival of the Future City. It is supported by Arts Council England, British Council and UWE Bristol as part of Creative Producers International.