Urban pioneering event invitation

Massive Small is led by Andrew Campbell, friend of 6heads and urban change pioneer. Its is a not-for-profit change-making organisation that aims to find examples across the world of practitioners who harness the complexity of the city, towards positive systemic change. They distill and share the principles of this ‘emergent practice’ to help to improve the ways we plan, design and deliver urbanism.
 To find out more about them you can have a look at www.massivesmall.org
About the Event:
We are pleased to announce
At the Urban Innovation Centre, London.
8th September
A full day event for anyone interested in how cities could work. Learn how we can harness ‘small’ interventions to achieve deep systemic change in the built environment.
The event features a series of focused 15-minute talks followed by open dialogues from leading urban practitioners sharing the greatest lessons they have learned.
Speakers include:
– Urban thought leader Kelvin Campbell, creator of Massive Small theory
– Noted TED Speaker Alastair Parvin, co-creator of Wikihouse
– Darshana Gothi Chauhan, creator of the 100 Massive Small Spaces Project, India
– Inspirational facilitator Chris McCormick
Find out how they work to achieve better outcomes in their projects, and learn how you can apply this method in your practice.
Massive Small is also about the kind of leadership, communication and negotiation needed to work effectively in the complexity of the built environment. To investigate this in a playful way, join us in the evening for drinks and an interactive ‘Forum Theatre’ workshop, where actors will play out scenarios that many will relate to, based on our publication ‘The Radical Incrementalist’.
One can book tickets for the morning (10am-4.30pm), the evening workshop (4.30pm- 8pm) or the entire day.
To book, please register here.
For a 15% discount to our ticket prices use the code ‘unleashthesmall’
See you there!

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