|Digital Placemaking Seminar, 7th September 2017|
Tickets are now available for our Digital Placemaking Seminar being held at the Tobacco Factory, Bristol on 7th September. This will be an evening seminar exploring how digital technology is being utilised to enrich designs, communicate ideas and enhance people’s experiences of the public realm. We will discuss elements such as web-based information exchange, open source data, digital apps for public realm regeneration and the use of Virtual Reality (VR) to assist community engagement and design.
After a short introduction by Illya Sparkes-Santos and LISW committee member Sarah Jones-Morris on the potential future of data exchange and web-based technology, presentations will follow from key speakers Jo Morrison from Calvium and Amanda Gregor from Witteveen+Bos UK.
We look forward to seeing you there and perhaps afterwards for a drink in the Cafe Bar.
|South West Design Review Panel|
|Applicants should submit their CV, references and a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 22nd September 2017. For more details about the evidence and experience required, as well as further information about the panels, please click here to download further information.|
|Protect and Survive – National Amenity Conference 2017|
|Other Upcoming Events around the Region|
|Plenty of summer events coming up…. below are just a selection. For more information about events and articles, please see our twitter page. Go to https://twitter.com/LI_SouthWest – you do not need to join twitter to see LISW tweets. Our twitter name is @LI_SouthWest.|
9th August, History of ICE, Bristol
11th August, Night Swim looking at the night-flying diet of bats at Buckfastleigh
18th August, Bugs and Scrub Course, Nr Stroud, Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust
30th August, Future Perfect: Art and Community – public art in the community, Architecture Centre, Bristol
Various Events, including ‘Encouraging Pollinators’ courses, Botanic Garden, University of Bristol
The Brutalist Playground, University of Bath, until 9th September
6th September, ICE SW, Consultancy contracts and liability, Swindon
6th September, Saving Bristol’s Buildings, Arnolfini
7th-10th September, Bristol Doors Open Days
12th September, Surveying with drones, RICS, Totnes
18th – 20th October Festival of the Future City, Bristol
Call for abstracts by October 2017
Health: The Design, Planning and Politics of How and Where We Live Conference, 25-26th January 2018
|Walled Garden Visit, Museum in the Park, Stroud|
|Images courtesy of Rhea Parkes, RAE Limited.|
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