Making communities and cities more resilient and livable by using existing assets in new ways.
Live Webinar with Reprogramming the City Founder and Urban Strategist Scott Burnham
“Even if Scott Burnham has a couple of hard drives full of ideas, as soon as you let him out into the city he comes back with new ideas about how it can be better.”Kerstin Brunet, Director, Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design, Stockholm
Drawing on a decade of hands-on work, engagements, and global research, Scott Burnham will lead participants on a journey to discover how to identify and unlock potential in the city to improve life for its residents and making the urban landscape more resilient for the future.
During the 60-minute webinar, participants will learn how to:
- Identify and discover the untapped potential of existing urban assets
- Leverage new opportunities to unlock hidden potential improve life in the city
- Transform the urban landscape into a platform of possibilities
The live webinar will take place at 11.00 – 12.00 EST (16.00 GMT) September 26, 2019. Includes a 15-minute Q&A session.
Early Bird Registration Fee is $25 through September 10. Registered participants will receive a copy of the Reprogramming the City book. More details below.
Registered webinar participants will receive:
- A copy of the book Reprogramming the City: Doing More with What We Have, a 214-page collection of 44 of the most innovative adaptive reuse projects of existing urban assets from 17 countries. ($19.95 value)
- An exclusive preview of and content from the How to Reprogram the City Toolkit, a 34-page self-guided workbook that enables people to develop their own ideas to discover and unlock hidden potential to improve life in their city.
About Scott Burnham, FRSA
Reprogramming the City Founder Scott Burnham is an urban strategist who has engineered initiatives in more than a dozen cities worldwide. He has curated more than 30 exhibitions in 8 countries exploring resourceful solutions for design and cities. He has addressed numerous international agencies, including The World Bank, The Urban Development Congress, and the MIPIM Global Mayor’s Think Tank. In recognition of his work, he was made a Fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA), London.
Terms and Conditions
Participants will be sent a copy of the Reprogramming the City book following paid registration. US participants will receive a physical copy of the book; international participants will be sent a high quality PDF or epub digital book depending upon preference. The How to Reprogram the City Toolkit will be distributed as a high quality PDF at the conclusion of the webinar.
Registration fee after the early-bird deadline is $40.