Be prepared to change the way you think about the city over two huge weeks with the launch of the annual Festival of Urbanism on Monday, 31st July.
Following the launch, this popular festival, presented by the Henry Halloran Trust and the University of Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning, will run from Tuesday, 1st to Saturday, 12th August.
Register now and explore the city beyond the bricks and mortar at more than 10 fascinating events – take a deeper look the historical, economic and political drivers making up modern urban living.
Events include seminars, film screenings, walking tours and exhibitions aimed at improving knowledge about what makes good planning. Hear about Smart Cities and the role of telecommunications infrastructure in strategic planning, take the Wild Food Walk (this event incurs a cost) and learn about the role of plant species in urban planning, or listen to fascinating insights about the Temporary City.
Participants will have opportunities to ask questions of industry and community leaders, researchers and professionals who are constantly critiquing and challenging current practice and delving into new approaches to planning.
You can view the full program here, and registrations are essential – get in early to book and avoid disappointment as places are strictly limited.
WHEN: Launches Monday, 31st July and festival runs from Tuesday, 1st to Saturday, 12th August 2017
WHERE: Various venues, including the University of Sydney
FREE For more information: Visit the website