FutureScoping – On the future of Lewes’s cultural infrastructure provision: What do we want? What does Lewes need?
Sunday September 30th, 13.30 – 17.30, Depot Cinema, Pinwell Rd, BN7 2JS map
Tickets – £6.50 Concessions – £4.50 Tickets available on the Depot website here
Lewes is changing. How does the town maintain its distinctive, individual identity, and how can cultural infrastructure, from the latest in live-work design to Maker Spaces, and alternative approaches to orthodox regeneration, be part of these changes?
Come and participate in an afternoon exploring the possible future of Lewes’s cultural infrastructure.
John Burrell, director BurrellFoleyFischer Architects, the architects of Lewes Depot
Alison Grant, founder and director of Fitzroy House – Lewes’s latest cultural hub
Frances Hollis – architect and director of the WorkHome research project, a new ‘beyond Live-Work’ approach to affordable housing
Jess Steele, director of Hastings based Jericho Road, – at the forefront of the ‘self-renovating neighbourhoods’ community approach to urban renewal
Jennie Lathbury from Eastbourne’s Devonshire Collective Maker Space & Eastbourne Studio Ceramics
FurureScoping is part of Make Lewes Festival 2018
For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cover Image – Depot Cinema by BurrellFoleyFischer Architects