Friday, 23 May 2014 at 10:30AM -
Tuesday, 10 June 2014 at 4:30PM
The Guildhall, Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear NE1 3AF, UK
An Exhibition of Newcastle's Built Heritage
Newcastle City Futures is a high-profile, multi-media exhibition and events series that features evocative imagery of Newcastle’s built heritage from the past, present and future!
Exploring change and renewal over the past 75 years the exhibition investigates why the city looks as it does today, reveals ‘unbuilt’ plans that could have changed the way we live, and focuses on the human stories built heritage can share. Inviting audiences to re-discover Newcastle’s rich architectural past, the exhibition also looks to the future, and will launch and debate key plans and frameworks that will shape Newcastle and its communities for the coming years.
Evening events series and family workshops
An event series including discussions, film screenings and activities, will also launch a ‘big city conversation’, jointly hosted by Newcastle University and the University’s partners, and aims to engage a number of communities in the city’s development. There will also be a number of family activities over the half term week and weekends.
Professor Mark Tewdwr-Jones, School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, Newcastle University, Director, Newcastle City Futures
"The exhibition is supported by a comprehensive program of events, jointly hosted by Newcastle University and its partners. We want to start a ‘big city conversation’ and engage everyone in debates about the city's future, so take your pick from a range of free events, including film screenings, presentations and panel debates hosted by businesses, service providers, community organisations in the City Forum. The prefect opportunity to have your say and talk with those currently developing new plans and strategies for the future of Newcastle and Gateshead! For more details, see the full programme included in this brochure. http://www.ncl.ac.uk/apl/news/events/NCF.htm"
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Newcastle City Futures is kindly supported by:
Newcastle Institute for Social Renewal
RTPI North East
Tyne and Wear Archives
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