Thinking locally: How artists can benefit from the move toward the 20-minute city

26aug12:00 pm1:00 pmThinking locally: How artists can benefit from the move toward the 20-minute cityWebinar for Artists and Artsworkers


(Thursday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm(GMT+10:00) View in my time


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Explore how artists can take advantage of opportunities to develop work that engages with how cities work today. Current urban planning trends are about creating 20-minute neighbourhoods, or 20-minute cities, where residents can access things such as shopping, business services, education, community facilities, recreational and sporting resources, and some jobs within a 20-minute public transport trip, bike ride or walk from home. In this webinar, Jordin will share her experience with place-making for 20-minute cities, public art projects, and her research into multidisciplinary and cross-organisation collaboration.  

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Dr Jordin Steele has over 20 years of experience in the creative sector as a practitioner, producer and academic. She specialises in arts management, strategic planning and evidence-based practice for arts and cultural organisations. She has considerable experience working on national arts and cultural consultation projects and delivered the Creative Brisbane Creative Economy Strategy for Brisbane City Council. Jordin champions impact-driven creative policy and now works in strategic design and innovation with a focus on placemaking activation and tactical urbanism. 

Jordin has a strong arts research background with a Master of Creative Industries and a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Collaboration and Aesthetics from Queensland University of Technology. She lecturers in production, multidisciplinary collaboration and performance practice, and is the Chair of Ausdance Queensland.