Street Smart: Reshaping the city's streets in response to COVID-19
This is the first event in the CityTalks series, a partnership between the City of Hobart and the University of Tasmania, to inspire ideas and innovation for Hobart’s future.
Street Smart: An expert panel discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed our relationship to city streets and public places.
An expert panel discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed our relationship to city streets and public places.
For more information about the presenters, discussion and how to book see here.
- Skye Duncan, Director, Global Designing Cities Initiative
- Councillor Anna Reynolds, Lord Mayor of Hobart
- Stacey Pennicott, Chief Member Experience Officer, RACT
- Professor Jason Byrne, Human Geography and Planning, University of Tasmania
- Facilitated by Professor Rufus Black, Vice-Chancellor, University of Tasmania
About CityTalks series
CityTalks is a new series of online events which aim to spark ideas and innovation for Hobart’s future. Through a series of webinars and public talks, these conversations will focus on how we, as a community, can build back better during and post COVID-19.
The CityTalks event series is a partnership between the City of Hobart and the University of Tasmania. The public events will focus on a topic relevant to our city environment and feature community leaders, international and national keynote speakers followed by a panel discussion.
These events aim to provide a platform for conversations to take place; conversations that build connections, allow for an exchange of ideas and inspire a vision for our future.
Wednesday, 16 September 2020 | 01:00 PM
- 02:00 PM
The event will be held online via Zoom.