Byfrokost - Good places and vibrant communities
Dato: Torsdag. 27. september
Tid: 08:30 - 10:00
Sted: Folkebiblioteket i Kristiansand, OBS! Bruk inngangen fra Gyldenløvesgate
Pris: Gratis og åpent for alle
Vi inviterer til spennende foredrag fra ulike fagfolk innen byplanlegging. Foredragene holdes på engelsk.
Førsteamenuensis Jørn Cruickshank, UiA, "Identity an local qualities".
Professor Zeynep Enlil, workshopkoordinator og foredragshooder. Tema: "Developming good urban spaces".
Historieforteller Kath Davis, "Urban space influence on creativity".
Foto: Professor Zeynep Enlil, er workshopkoordinator for YPP og holder foredrag
Zeynep Enlil is a professor of urban planning at Yıldız Technical University, Istanbul. She holds a professional degree in City Planning from METU and a PhD from the University of Washington. Her teaching and research interests include politics of urban development, sustainable urbanism, urban regeneration, role of creativity and culture in urban and regional development, heritage conservation and management. She has been a consultant for the 2006 Istanbul Metropolitan Plan in the fields of culture, heritage and tourism; the co-leader of the “Istanbul Cultural Heritage and Cultural Economy Project,” and “Istanbul Tourism Master Plan.” She has been involved as a team leader in a number of international research consortia and currently involved in an on-going ERA-NET project titled “Community Data-Loops for Energy-Efficient Urban Lifestyles (CODALoop).”
Zeynep was responsible for workshops in Athens, Geneva, İstanbul, Antwerp, Dalian, Porto, Nairobi and Wuhan. Zeynep Enlil has a large number of publications, including several books. As an invited speaker, she has lectured extensively and delivered speeches in Europe, U.S.A. China and Australia.
Kath Davies, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, is described as a story teller, door opener and bridge builder. She explores places and identity to generate ideas, partnerships and creative solutions. Since 1998, Kath has worked as a cultural development specialist and independent practitioner with experience ranging from creative and community action and health and wellbeing to visitor economy. From 2007 onwards, Kath has gone onto lead Local Government teams across cultural and creative economy strategy and policy, engagement and audience development, project and events management. Kath is also a qualified coach and values a collaborative leadership style. She is highly skilled in creative and systems thinking to support innovation, vision and ambition whilst also ensuring approaches are grounded in people and place.
Currently, Kath is working across cultural placemaking outcomes and projects such as: transforming an indoor market into a contemporary art gallery, creating the conditions for music to grow leading to a year of music in 2023, and having led on the development of a public art policy, is now contributing to the master planning agenda from the perspective of cultural vibrancy.
Currently works in Kirklees Council, West Yorkshire, previously worked in Plymouth City Council, Devon, and as a freelance creative for Plymouth Arts Centre, Devon Artist Network, PL:ay Festival, Aune Head Arts, instigator of onec, a DIY arts project and RawArt as an artist working within health care settings (specialising in units for people with dementia).
Kirklees has a population of 437,100 and is the second largest Authority within the Leeds City Region, Yorkshire. Kirklees is a district of towns and villages that came into being in 1974, and is very diverse geographically and economically.
In 2018, the Council approved a cultural priority of music within the Culture Kirklees outcomes of establishing a strong creative economy, more people engaging in the arts and a strong sense of place established through our creative assets. We are now working with many partners to deliver a year of music in 2023.