Without culture, there is no future for cities



Description

People like you and me make up a significant part of a city's DNA and each of us plays a unique role in creating a future for our cityJoin us to explore how culture can influence our approaches towards community development. Hear from different perspectives and contribute your voice to expand and deepen the discussion. This session of Singapore Insights will be held at the National Museum of Singapore and is presented in collaboration with ArtsWok Collaborative.



Programme

On 1st March, 2017, Wednesday, join creative practitioners, socially-engaged artists and thought leaders from the Public, Private and People sectors in sharing insights on the role of culture in sustainable urban living.

1.30pm

Registration

2.00pm

Panel Discussion

3.15pm

Breakout sessions

4.15pm

Break

4.35pm

“Creative City Making – Lessons from the Twin Cities 

 

(Minneapolis and St. Paul)”

5.15pm

Session Wrap up

6.00pm

Light Refreshments

There is no charge for participation but to allow maximum interaction with policy experts and practitioners, attendance is by prior registration only. Please register here and we’ll follow up with more details closer to date.

For enquiries, please contact Mr Benjamin Tay at +65 6690 6319 or benjamin.tay@sif.org.sg

Session is presented in collaboration with

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Location

Singapore


Time:13:30 - 18:00
Date:01 Mar 2017
Venue:National Museum of Singapore
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