Glass-House Chats are back for a new series of learning, sharing and chatting.
About the Series
Now in its third series, Glass-House Chats are monthly one hour sessions, which explore different topical placemaking provocations in a safe online space that invites discussion and debate.
Glass-House Chats are designed to create space for practitioners, students, local authority members and officers, community members, artists, activists and more to come together to ask questions, explore ideas, approaches and methods, share learning and make connections. These free sessions are designed to help build confidence and capacity across sectors and professions to help engage communities in design and placemaking.
The sessions will be chaired by The Glass-House team, who each month will briefly introduce the theme and then open the floor for an informal and open discussion among participants.
To ensure space for meaningful discussion, we limit places to a small group. Glass-House Chats follow Chatham House rules when sharing key discussion points after each session.
Series 3 Glass-House Chat Dates and Topics
Thursday 20th October, 10 – 11am – What is Placemaking Now?
Thursday 24th November, 10 – 11am – How Can We Use Stories to Change Places?
Thursday 15th December, 10 – 11am – Co-design Legacies: What Happens Next?
Thursday 19th January, 10 – 11am – How Can We Co-design With Nature?
Thursday 23rd February, 10 – 11am – How Can We Relearn Our Places?
Thursday 23rd March, 10 – 11am – Arts-led Regeneration or Gentrification?
Thursday 20th April, 10 – 11am – Co-creating Circular Cities
Thursday 18th May, 10 – 11am – Building Equitable Green Futures
Thursday 15th June, 10 – 11am – What is A Resilient City?
You can read the capture report from the previous Chats season here.