Collaborative Vision and Design Workshop

Wednesday 4th June 2014

Volcano Theatre, 229 High Street, Swansea SA1 1NY
01792 464790

The workshop will be organized and facilitated by NOEL ISHERWOOD ASSOCIATES.

As well as discussions, presentations and provocations, the workshop will include a walk around the neighbourhood, artists at work, and small-group sessions focussing on specific subjects including ideas for a vacant site in the High Street. There will also be an opportunity to re-imagine the High Street and its long-term sustainability at a time when traditional retailing is changing out of all recognition and an alternative approach is required.

We look forward to welcoming you to the event, however if you are unable to attend, we would be grateful if you would recommend a neighbour or colleague who would be able to attend on your behalf. You are welcome to drop in for part of the day and contribute where you can.

DRAFT Workshop Timetable:
9.00am Coffee
9.15am Welcome and Introductions
9.20am IDEAS:PEOPLE:PLACES, project coordinator from ACW
9.30am Program for workshop, Noel Isherwood Director of NIA
9.35am Short term projects – High Street initiatives
9.40am Long term aspirations – Swansea City Region
9.45am History & Development of Swansea High Street
9.50am Recent Developments in the High Street
9.55am Questions
10.00am Walkabout – Swansea High Street and neighbourhood
11.00am Workshop – Session I
12.30pm Lunch Break with film clips
1.15pm Sustainable Urbanism – “Quicker, Lighter, Cheaper”
1.30pm Workshop – Group Session II
3.00pm Individual Group workshop feedback
3.15pm Coffee Break
3.30pm Workshop – Group Session III
4.30pm Wrap up feedback
5.00pm Break for refreshments
6.30pm Public presentation of workshop outputs


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