Glass-House Chats are monthly hour-long online spaces for conversation and connection, to ask questions and explore ideas, approaches and methods, share learning and meet others. They are free sessions for anyone interested, and are kept to around 10 participants to allow for open dialogue.
Over the last 9 months, our third series of Glass-House Chats have been exploring a host of different topics, from how we amplify different voices within the built environment, such as young people’s voices or the intangible voice of nature, to how we challenge stereotypes and break down barriers within placemaking. You can explore our takeaways from this series here.
About this Online Roundtable
In this series finale, which will take the form of an online roundtable discussion, we will bring back conversations from across the series to thread together ideas around Resilient Places. What does resilience mean in placemaking, and how do different components of both the built environment, human and nonhuman experience feed into creating resilient places now and in the future?
Both returning Glass-House Chat attendees and newcomers to the series are invited to join us online on Tuesday 25 July, 10 – 11am, for this 60-minute conversation to discuss and connect with placemakers from across sectors and disciplines. Our Zoom room will remain open for 30 minutes following the roundtable for networking and further conversation.
About the Series
The sessions will be chaired by The Glass-House team, who will briefly introduce and invite our several of our returning Chat attendees to share a provocation from across the series. The floor will then be open for an informal and open discussion among participants.
To ensure space for meaningful discussion, places are limited to a small group. Key discussion points will be collated and shared after each session, and Chatham house rules are kept when sharing any points from the event.