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the KnoWledGe city culture, science, place
neWcastleGateshead 13 - 15 may
annual conGRess iV
The Knowledge City - Culture, Science, Place
NewcastleGateshead 13 - 15 May 2009
Who should attend? Leaders, decision makers, academics, economic development officers, urban designers, planners, highway and traffic engineers, architects, regeneration managers, public art officers, consultants, landscape architects, town centre managers, estate and property managers, developers, and everyone with a fascination for great placemaking. accommodation A variety of central city accommodation has been reserved and can be booked directly through NewcastleGateshead Convention Bureau’s online system at: www.NewcastleGateshead.com/NGIURBANISM The Academy of Urbanism team will be based at the Vermont Hotel. If you experience any problems using this system, please contact Anna Moroney at the NewcastleGateshead Initiative on (0)191 243 8819. Venues Gateshead heritage @ st mary’s Oakwellgate, Gateshead, NE8 2AU lindisfarne Room King’s Road Centre, Newcastle University Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7RU discovery museum Blandford Square, Newcastle, NE1 4JA suppoRtinG oRGanisations
For more information contact: The Academy of Urbanism, 70 Cowcross Street, London, EC1M 6EJ. Tel / Fax +44 (0)20 7251 8777 Email: email@example.com
Download a map of Newcastle City Centre at http://www.newcastlegateshead.com/travel
Join us for our fourth annual congress: the Knowledge city culture, science, place, in newcastleGateshead. held over three days (13 - 15 may 2009), the congress brings together 300 delegates from a wide variety of disciplines and regions to discuss the relationship between the ‘knowledge city’ and the art of contemporary placemaking.
We begin on Wednesday by exploring our backdrop. Where better to look at the making of place in the Knowledge Age than NewcastleGateshead - a totemic bridging of distinct communities that links past industry with current innovation, and an ancient pre-English culture with 21st century identity. The area that has spawned the electric lamp, Stephenson’s engines, and many mining and industrial inventions has much to teach us. Today it boasts leading stem cell, cancer and sub-sea technologies, as well as an identity reborn with culture - expressed in icons such as the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, The Sage Gateshead and The Angel of the North. On Thursday we join leading academics and contributors from the private and public sectors to explore the themes of Culture, Science and Place. How can science and the creative arts add to the richness and liveability of contemporary places? Are there tensions and trade-offs; winners and losers? How does it affect the physicality of place? We round the day off with a dinner at the Discovery Museum, to celebrate the nominees for The Urbanism Awards 2010. The final morning provides an opportunity to participate in the Academy’s Core Programmes: UniverCities, City X-Rays and KnowyourPlace and concludes with a picnic at The Angel of the North - a fitting finale, not to be missed!
ACADEMY CONGRESS IV
WEDNESDAy 13 MAy 2009 neWcastle uniVeRsity: the lindisfarne Room Kings Road centre
13.30 14.00 Registration and Refreshments neWcastleGateshead past, pResent, FutuRe Welcome: cllr John shipley oBe, leader, newcastle city council dr Bill lancaster, director, the centre for northern studies, northumbria university themed Walking tours
ThurSDAy 14 MAy 2009 neWcastle uniVeRsity: the lindisfarne Room Kings Road centre
9.00 9.30 9.35 Registration and Refreshments John thompson, the academy of urbanism leaRninG FRom place: BeRGen - the noRdic eXemplaR lisbeth iversen, commissioner for climate, environmental affairs and urban development, city of Bergen theKnoWledGecity: GloBalissues chair: John Worthington, co-founder, deGW charles landry, Founder, comedia herbert Girardet, World Future council John Goddard, professor of Regional development studies, newcastle university Questions & debate Refreshments theKnoWledGecity: localissues chair: mark henderson, ceo, the home Group dr peter arnold, ceo, newcastle science city paul Rubinstein, deputy chief executive, newcastle city council chris pywell, head of innovation, industry and science, one north east Questions & debate lunch the academy’s coRe pRoGRammes Work in progress uniVeRcities: sarah chaplin, urban Renaissance institute; Karen escott, sheffield hallam university; david porter, mackintosh school of architecture; catherine teeling, university of portsmouth; hugh murray, murray o’laoire architects, dublin city X-Rays: Joost Beunderman, demos Knowyourplace: tim stonor, space syntax 15.00 inteRactiVe WoRKshops issues & indicators Facilitated by Kirsteen thomson, ignite one north east; Jonathan Burroughs, Creative Places; John lord,yellowbook; Ruth morrow, Queens university, Belfast; margaret horne, northumbria university; alan Boldon, arnolfini, Bristol; david Rudlin, uRBed; Brian evans, architecture + design scotland 16.00 16.20 Refreshments plenary chair: Kevin murray, past president Rtpi close
Join us for a choice of walking tours exploring newcastleGateshead’s compact city centre. highlights include: Grainger town - the city’s Georgian quarter, the new central library, Generator and coopers regeneration projects, the Baltic centre for contemporary art, the sage Gateshead and Gateshead millenium Bridge. 17.00 Reception Gateshead heritage centre @ st mary’s church Welcome by cllr mick henry cBe, leader, Gateshead council Boat trip and BBQ on the tyne Vessel: River escapes Fortuna departs: Quayside, ne1 3dX
11.00 11.15 11.40
experience tyneside’s maritime heritage from the unique perspective of its famous waterway. the two hour private cruise includes lifting of Gateshead millennium Bridge and an alfresco, on-board dinner.
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Grainger town © pawel libera/Britain on View The Academy of Urbanism’s Great Neighbourhood 2009
NEWCASTLEGATESHEAD 13 - 15 MAY 2009
ThurSDAy 14 MAy 2009 the uRBanism aWaRds 2010 nominations dinneR the discovery museum, Blandford square
19.00 20.30 22.00 23.00 Reception and Welcome dinner Guest speaker: ian mcmillan the academy’s poet in Residence carriages
The URBANISM AWARDS 2010
FrIDAy 15 MAy 2009 Gateshead heritage centre @ st mary’s church, oakwellgate, Gateshead
10.00 11.30 12.00 12.30 the angel of the north © Graeme peacock the academy’s coRe pRoGRammes • Developing your UniverCity • Developing your City X-Ray • Developing KnowyourPlace Refreshments conGRess plenaRy objectives and actions 2009/2010 closinG Response pat Ritchie, north east Regional director, homes and communities agency picnic at the anGel oF the noRth - a fitting finale beneath the wings of anthony Gormley’s iconic sculpture drop off newcastle city centre
Baltic centre for contemporary art © Graeme peacock
Gateshead millennium Bridge © Graeme peacock
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The Knowledge City - Culture, Science, Place NewcastleGateshead 13 - 15 May 2009
Visit www.academyofurbanism.org.uk for updates to the programme. please complete one registration form for each delegate. all prices below exclude Vat
the conGRess 13 - 15 may 2009
includes: Walking tours, Reception, Boat trip and BBQ on the tyne, and picnic at the angel of the north single place - standard - £180 + Vat single place - group booking 20% discount - £144 + Vat (min 6 to a group) single place - student - £50 (id to be shown on registration) single place - student - complimentary (10 free tickets for the first to apply)
to assist our planning, please indicate if you will join us for the following: Walking tours (13 may) Reception, Gateshead heritage centre @ st mary’s church (13 may) Boat trip and BBQ on the tyne (13 may) the angel of the north visit (15 may)
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the uRBanism aWaRds 2010 nominations dinneR
14 may 2009 Reception and 3-course dinner single place - standard - £80 + Vat single place - table booking - £64.00 (10 for price of 8)
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