A collaborative event by the University of Brighton, the Marchmont Community Centre, OFFSEA (office for socially engaged architecture) and the Camden Chinese Community Centre.
17 July 2013, 1:30 – 6.30pm
Marchmont Community Centre
Part 1: SENIOR CITIZENS AND STUDENT DEBATE / OPENING BY MAYOR OF CAMDEN
12:00 – 1:00 Welcome Lunch for All at Senior Citizens Luncheon Club, Marchmont Community Centre.
1:00 Welcome by Maggie Morgan (Older People’s Project Worker Marchmont Community Centre), Anuschka Kutz (Senior Lecturer School of Architecture, University of Brighton) and Yuk-Lin Tan (Camden Chinese Community Centermanager).
1:30 Formal Opening, by the Mayor of Camden, with guest appearance by Pat Callaghan (Deputy Leader, Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and Health).
2:00 – 2:15 Introduction to studio 02 work and project idea, Anuschka Kutz (University of Brighton)
2:15 – 2:45 Presentation of Selected Student work
2:45 – 3:45 Formal Conversations / Panel Discussions of selected student’s projects with students, members of the community centre and invited Senior Citizens
3:45 – 4:30 Informal Conversations, with Tea and Coffee
Part 2: PANEL DISCUSSION
4:30 Welcome of guests for the panel discussion.
4:40 – 6:00 Panel Discussion: “Senior Citizens in dense inner-city spaces”.
6:00 – 7:00 Wine and Snacks, Informal End to the Event.
Selected Senior Citizens
Anuschka Kutz (Senior Lecturer University of Brighton, School of Architecture)
Henrik Rothe (Visiting Lecturer, School of Architecture, University of Brighton)
Dr Lizzie Ward (Senior Research Fellow, Department of Applied Social Science, University of Brighton)
Maggie Morgan (Older People’s Project Worker Marchmont Community Centre)
Dr. Andrea Benze, Urban Planner and Architect, Berlin (Technical University of Berlin)
Tom Goodall (Argent King’s Cross Limited Partnership)
Yuk-Lin Tan (Centre Manager, Camden Chinese Community Centre).
Dr Alison Rooke, (Visual Sociologist, Lecturer and Researcher, Goldsmith University, London).
Dr. Dave Harley (Senior Lecturer, Department of Applied Social Science, University of Brighton
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