A WEEKLY series of webinars is being launched by placedesignscotland.com.
The series kicks off at midday on June 21, with Matt Baker, the well-known co-founder of The Stove Network, in Dumfries, a trailblazer in community arts, culture and activism.
All webinars will be Q&A, based on editorial uploaded in advance.
They will be recorded, to create a webinar archive (again for members only).
To attend 12 months’ worth of webinars, requires membership of the site: https://placedesignscotland.com/plans/place-design-scotland/
Membership costs as little as £12 a year.
To specifically attend Matt Baker’s webinar requires becoming a member by June 16, so that the joining, Zoom link can be issued in good time.
The immediate webinar diary comprises:
June 21 Matt Baker, orchestrator, The Stove Network, Dumfries
June 28 Phil Prentice, recent chief officer, Scotland’s Towns Partnership
July 5 Roddy Smith, chief executive officer, Essential Edinburgh
July 12 Sarah Longlands, chief executive, CLES – national organisation for local local economies
July 19 Claire Carpenter, founder and exec director (social innovation), The Melting Pot coworking hub
July 26 Aythan Lewes, director, EALA Impacts
August 2 Sam Foster, architect, Arc Architects
August 9 David Cook, director, Glasgow Building Preservation Trust
August 16 Mike Heffron, chief executive officer, Under One Roof
August 23 Lorraine McGrath, chief executive, Simon Community Scotland homelessness charity
And there’s more to follow…..
Picture credit: Place Design Scotland
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