#LearningFromCrisis Connections Ep. 4: Culture + Place
This episode of the Learning From Crisis ‘Connections’ series is on the evolving relationship between culture and place. You’ll hear how different types and scales of organisation are mitigating the damage to the creative sector… how society, government and the market are reassessing culture’s value to local identity and economy… and what aspects of this changing world could be with us for the long term.
Gillian Moore CBE, Director of Music, Southbank Centre
Aida Esposito, Founder-director, creativethinking
Paul Augarde, Placemaking Strategist & Associate, Coherent Cities & WorkWild
Lisa Taylor, Executive Director, Future of London & Director, Coherent Cities (host)
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