Re:Place is a new national network hosted by Northern Heartlands and the Town and Country Planning Association, bringing together the creative arts and planning in order to make better places for people. This FREE event is open to all interested individuals and organisations.
Around the country, innovative projects are finding new ways to bring people’s creativity back into the process of planning for places. Re:Place is for anyone involved or interested in this exciting movement – a space to meet, share ideas and reconnect planning with its creative heart. If this is you, please come along to our launch event – 2-5 pm, Tuesday, 3rd September at Durham Town Hall. Please contact us [link] if you are unable to attend but would like to join the network.
“A decent house with decent surroundings; that is the claim which I make of you in the name of art.”
William Morris, 1884. Art and the Beauty of the Earth.
Following the launch, there will be a standalone performance of “Land of Promise”, a words and music production by the TCPA journeying through three and half centuries of radical thought, writing, and song about the connection between art, social justice and the living environment. Tickets are £8 or £5 for Re:Place delegates.
Ticket options are available here: Eventbrite