We are delighted to announce that we will be live streaming our Making the City Playable conference with live subtitling, on our conference website, from 1.30pm on Wednesday 10 September. The two-day conference, hosted by the Watershed, is the inaugural Playable City conference and will explore the role of playful intervention in making and unmaking our future cities.
Playable City has a global resonance and we are continually encouraged by the international interest in the theme. Having brought together such a cohort of brilliant thinkers and makers, we’re excited to be able to share the ideas, debates and dreams that the conference will generate. Most of all, we are looking forward to hearing people’s reactions and the discussions they will spark around the world.
And, building on our experience from delivering the No Boundaries conference, the stream will be live subtitled by our partners at StageText to maximize accessibility.
The stream will feature talks from Google Creative Lab’s Tom Uglow, architect Usman Haque, artist Luke Jerram, Ogilvy’s Tara Austin and a host of leaders in the fields of art, architecture, technology and city planning.
We would like to welcome everyone, whether they’re joining us in person or watching at home, to get involved in the discussion on twitter using #PlayableCity. We look forward to hearing what you have to say.