DescriptionWith residents, architects, artists, and thinkers, we present innovative and thoughtful models of living and working. Join conversations, learn from toolkits and engage in making workshops around new approaches to making the built environment work for more people.
This event is part of Idea Home Show, a season of exhibitions and projects that contribute to the urgent debate around the present condition and future of housing. Through this, we take a political look at how residents and practitioners working between art, architecture and activism propose solutions for alternative housing models.
Slogan making with Emily Hesse
Emily Hesse is a Teesside-based activist, artist and co-founder of New Linthorpe, with an interest in social practice and community building initiatives. Building on her work, Reclaiming the Wilderness, Hesse asks participants to consider how they can use the materials around them to build for the future.
|Period||25 Nov 2017|
|Event title||Housing Study Day: Slogan Making|
|Location||Middlesbrough, United Kingdom|