Public Lecture: Urban (Re)Development by m7red

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Wed, 3 July 2024, 7.30pm
@72-13, Home of T:>Works

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Since 2005, m7red has focused on developing a methodology for complex urban scenarios. This Public Lecture will showcase the evolution of their research and working processes from inception till the present, and highlight challenges faced by architecture and urban planning in this new stage of post-globalisation.

This Public Lecture is part of Masterclass #1: Urban (Re)Development by m7red.

About m7red (Buenos Aires)

m7red is an independent network of socially engaged architects and spatial planners. They work with citizens, especially under-represented communities, to counteract developments that impact negatively on communal spaces. Rejecting top-down processes of public decisionmaking, they collaborate with stakeholders, network with relevant experts, and create innovative tools that clarify power relations, vested interests and political pressures, thereby empowering people to claim their rights in public space.

Masterclass #1: Urban (Re)Development by m7red

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Fri, 28 June–Sat, 6 July 2024 (10 sessions)
@72-13, Home of T:>Works

Schedule

  • Fri, 28 June, 7.30–10.30pm (1 session)
  • Sat, 29 June, 2–10pm (2 sessions)
  • Sun, 30 June, 2–10pm (2 sessions)
  • Wed, 3 July, 7.30pm (1 session/Public Lecture)
  • Thu, 4 July, 7.30–10.30pm (1 session)
  • Fri, 5 July, 7.30–10.30pm (1 session)
  • Sat, 6 July, 2–10pm (2 sessions)

Individual Artistic Directors Academy (ADA) Masterclass modules are open for paying participation at S$1,000 by interested members of discourse, cultural, design, arts, scientific, and adjacent professions/industries. Approved for SkillsFuture Credit eligibility.
(Application has now closed for Masterclass #1 module-based participation.)

About Artistic Directors Academy (ADA)

Artistic Directors Academy (ADA), led by T:>Works Artistic Director Ong Keng Sen, is a research laboratory to develop Artistic Directors, harnessing international cultural innovators to helm Masterclass modules, as well as individual mentoring to sharpen and intensify skillsets.

ADA focuses on giving perspectives to existing and potential Artistic Directors who wish to facilitate creative platforms, collectives, engagement projects, companies, venues, and festivals. ADA is a curriculum-based capacity development project where T:>Works will share its immense skills in the international field, translating international developments to artistic positions in the local context, and therefore opening up creative avenues internationally whilst being based locally.

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