Presented at the Melbourne School of Design on Wednesday 5 October, 2016.
Part of our Creative Exchange events series, and presented in partnership with the Melbourne School of Design 'Democratising the Creative City' looks at how we can unleash the many to create, reimagine and remake our cities.
Indy Johar learnings from a series of past projects and ventures; from his experience in creating social investment funds and community-led neighbourhood master plans, to initiatives such as wikihouse.cc, an online program that aims to make it possible for almost anyone, regardless of skill level, to design, 3D print and construct their own affordable housing. His talk will share provocations for developing creative cities fit for the 21st century.
About the Presenter:
Indy Johar is an architect and co-founder of 00, a design practice focused on transforming cities, towns and neighbourhoods through a combination of physical, social and institutional changes. a Senior Innovation Associate with the Young Foundation, and Visiting Professor at the University of Sheffield. Indy, on behalf of 00, has co-founded multiple social ventures from Impact Hub Westminster to Impact Hub Birmingham and the HubLaunchpad Accelerator, along with working with large global multinationals and institutions to support their transition to a positive Systems Economy.
He has also co-led research projects such as The Compendium for the Civic Economy, whilst supporting several 00 explorations/experiments including the wikihouse.cc and opendesk.cc. Indy has taught and lectured at various institutions from the University of Bath, TU-Berlin; Architectural Association, University College London, Princeton, and has written for many national and international publications on the future of design, systems change and social investment.
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) expert Jade Moore explores the most cost-effective ways to identify, target and retain audiences. Drawing upon seven years of professional experience in CRM, Jade presents a broad range of data strategies and techniques designed to understand the ever-changing cultural environment.
Whether you’re using Excel or SurveyMonkey, this free presentation is suitable for all arts practitioners and organisations looking to further their knowledge in CRM and audience data - covering quick and easy reports to identify audience bases as well as a range of online tools and programs.
This rapid-fire trend briefing with Peter Tullin, co-founder of REMIX and culturelabel.com, was drawn from content shared at recent REMIX Summits, which explore the intersection of Culture, Technology & Entrepreneurship.
Event held on Tuesday 24 February at the Clemenger Auditorum, National Gallery of Victoria.
We all know the value of good editorial coverage but getting the attention of the media can be an art in itself. Exactly how you should go about getting that attention is best answered by the very people you are hoping to connect with.
A panel discussion with Ondrej Foltin, News Corp Head of Content, Partnerships and Magazines; Debbie Cuthbertson, Fairfax Arts Editor; and Richard Watts, TripleR Smart Arts presenter and Performing Arts Journalist for Artshub.
Framed from the perspective of the journalists this panel will offer advice on best practice, tactics and what not to do when attempting to get the attention of the media.