What would our cities look like if they were designed around cycling rather than cars?
How would it influence designs for shops, clothing, buildings and city planning? Come and explore a future vision of cities built around cycling and how it would influence large brownfield redevelopment sites in Australia. These amazing seminars are supported by a digital display of artworks, architectural propositions and fashion works which illustrate the potentials of a future cycling city.
Speakers for Futurama Reset:
Dr Steven Fleming is an Architect and Urban Planner and a world-renowned expert in the connections between architecture and cycling.
Gilbert Grace is an Australian artist current Masters candidate at Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney University. He is the President of ARTcycle Incorporated, a group which promotes cross-discipline and hybrid arts practices.
Professor Angelina Russo is a designer and Professor of Cultural Practice at the University of Canberra. She runs the small business, CultureCycle, which is dedicated to designing innovative, hi-visibility, handmade knit and crochet cyclewear.
Venue: Rapha Cycle Club
Address: 410 Crown Street, Surry Hills VIEW MAP
Date: 9 August, 5pm - 7pm
Bookings: BOOK ONLINE
Enquiries: Angelina Russo 0447 177 860
A day of cycling, culture and crochet!
Join ride leaders Gilbert Grace (ARTcycle Inc.) and Angelina Russo (CultureCycle) on a cycling tour of some of Sydney’s best cultural institutions. This tour will visit a number of galleries and museums as well as introducing you to some of the best sights Sydney has to offer. The tour starts in Surry Hills and ends in Pyrmont where we will gather to do a one hour crochet workshop and includes morning and afternoon tea.
Cost: $59. Registrations open 15 July at http://culturecycle.org/workshops-tours/
Please note that bikes are not provided and that all participants must wear a helmet.