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15 @ Future Cities - SUPERDIVERSITY

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Adelaide, SA 5000

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Examining the effect of increased diversity in population movement for Adelaide using creative practice

‘Superdiversity’ is a term coined by sociologist Steven Vertovec, that refers to the phenomenon of increased diversity in population movement since the start of the 21st Century. By implication this will have a distinct impact on our city and on the way designers and other industries will need to respond.

Within a set format of 15 slides for 15 seconds each, the wide range of speakers at 15#Future Cities presenting at 15@Future Cities will address the theme of ‘Superdiversity’, using their own creative practice, work or personal experience reflecting on the implications for Adelaide.

Join us at this free, rapid-fire talk in the Open State Hub on Saturday 7 October at 12pm.

Listen to the unique perspective of young people, architect, chef, composer, curator, landscape architect, planner, and people working with older generations and multicultural communities.

  • Nikki Sullivan, Curator – Migration Museum
  • Janelle Arbon, Landscape Architect – Adelaide City Council
  • Deb Moyle, Australian Red Cross
  • Rachel Bruerville, emerging Composer & Musician
  • Kerry Jones, Principal of Ageing, Disability & Partnerships – TACSI
  • Anne Taylor – Buchtmann Taylor Architecture
  • Angela Hazebroek, URPS
  • Sam Clarkson, Chef
  • Tahlia Kite, Student, University of SA
  • Special guest speakers from St Mary’s College and East Adelaide Primary School

Check the Festival of Architecture and Design website for the full program

This event is proudly supported by Mulloway Studios and Grieve Gillett Andersen Architects





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