Perth Green Drinks is excited to be part of Left of Central, a joint initiative by Central Institute of Technology and the City of Perth to activate Museum Street in Northbridge.
Left of Central will host the event on March 26 on Museum Street, providing the perfect environment to talk about the change and transformation happening in Perth.
The panel will explore a new urbanism that has been shaping things around the city, one that advocates diverse use and population for neighbourhoods, design for pedestrians and transit, public spaces that invite use and contemplation, and landscapes that celebrate local history and ecology.
Anna Chauvel is a landscape architect with a passion for the public realm. The managing director of Place Laboratory, a design studio with a people focused approach to creating liveable, desirable and exciting places, she has recently worked with the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority on City Square and the Cultural Centre Place Plan, as well as on Curtin University’s Place Activation Plan and the Department of Housing’s Bentley Regeneration Project.
Pam Herron and Dean Cracknell are, respectively, chair and deputy chair of the Beaufort Street Network, an organisation of residents and businesses that aims to nurture, enhance and extend the unique environment of the Beaufort St strip. Pam is a real estate agent who lives and works around Beaufort St and wants to help it become the greatest urban precinct in Perth. Dean is an urban planner passionate about creating vibrant, diverse and interesting town centres.
Emma Slavin has been involved with Ashfield Community Action Network (AshfieldCAN) for two years and has led a project to transform the local park in her suburb. Subsequently, she went from a career in the Visual Arts and Education to working for Social Fabric, a community development and placemaking consultancy, as well as starting her own landscape design and education business.
Where: Museum Street, Outside Central Institute of Technology
When: Wednesday 26 March, 6pm to 8:30pm
Entry: Free; Please RSVP on Eventbrite by 23 March