Hur skapar vi goda mötesplatser och hur utvecklar vi våra lokalsamhällen tillsammans?
Dals Långeds Utvecklingsråd and Mötesplats Steneby tar med talare att prata om främjande och hindrande faktorer för utveckling, och tar upp idéer som kan omsättas lokalt.
Anmäl dig till eventet längst ned på sidan.
How do we create good meeting places and how do we develop our local communities together?
Dals Långeds Utvecklingsråd and Mötesplats Steneby are bringing speakers to talk about promoting and hindering development factors, and addressing ideas that can be translated locally.
Sign up for the event at the bottom of the page.
Thursday, March 28:
10:00 – Introduction
10:30 – Je Ahn – Architect and Designer / Studio Weave, London (English)
13:00-14:30 – Daniel Winterbottom – Landscape Architect / University of Washington, USA (English)
Friday, March 29
10:00 – Alice Hultdin – Designer and Social Anthropologist / ”Att skapa en mötesplats” (English)
10:30 – Moa Björnson – Head of Development and Kaospilot / Traena, Norway (English/Svenska)
11:30 – Panel with all the speakers (English/Svenska)
13:00 – Discussion: Platsutveckling lokalt (Svenska)
14:30 – Avslutning / Sum up with fika
Je Ahn was born near Busan, on the south coast of South Korea where he grew up fishing and eating lots of seafood. Je is an RIBA Chartered Architect and studied Architecture at the University of Bath, TU Delft (The Netherlands) and London Met.
Prior to setting up Studio Weave, Je worked on a range of projects from renovating historic houses in West London to the City of London’s largest office development, to Crossrail. Je is a visiting critic at a number of universities in the UK and abroad and recently external examined at KTH in Stockholm. He is also a member of the Southwark Design, Design South East and Design Council CABE Review Panel.
Studio Weave is an award-winning RIBA Chartered Architecture Practice based in London, balancing a joyful, open-minded approach with technical precision to create a diverse body of work in the UK and abroad for public, private and commercial clients.
Moa Björnson is the head of development in Træna, an island group in Northern Norway. We are the third smallest municipality in Norway with less than 500 inhabitants. Yet we have one of the most spectacular festivals attracting up to 5000 people each summer. We work with community development in different ways all around the year. Our Artist, Business and Chefs in Residence has been one way to make creative people contribute to building our community. In the seminar you will hear about this and other projects we are working on! Looking forward seeing you all in Steneby.
Moa is a Kaospilot, with academic extension in organizational-and leadership skills and cultural geography. Previously worked as a project manager in Malmö City with innovation in the million program (Millionprogrammet). Has worked with participatory processes and process management in multi-level governance . Since 2015, development manager in the northern Norwegian island municipality of Træna. Board assignments in Artica Svalbard, Nord-Norsk Reiseliv and in the audit committee for Movium, SLU. Co-author of the book Quote Dialogue – Democracy or Decoration? (2015).
Luka Jelušić is a landscape architect and a furniture designer/maker frequently involved with collaborative community-based projects. He is a teacher at Wood Oriented Furniture Design program at HDK-Steneby since 2017, and working on a project basis for University of Washington Study Abroad program as Co-Director since 2012. He co-created ‘Fairytales in Craft’, a children-oriented project focusing on links between storytelling and making, local mythologies and immersive environment as a space for learning, and organised several Design/Build student projects in settings ranging from hospitals and child-care institutions to community spaces. His personal artistic practice explores object narration and innovations of traditional crafts through design.
Daniel Winterbottom is a professor of Landscape Architecture at University of Washington. His research interests include ecological urban design, community participatory design and service learning and restorative/healing landscapes. In 1995 he developed a Design/Build program that addresses social and health challenges faced by traumatised populations. Prof. Winterbottom developed and uses a participatory design process in these service-learning projects to create responsive design solutions and has worked in many different countries. He is the author of several books, the most recent being the Therapeutic Gardens, published in 2016.
Alice Hultdin is a former student at the Wood Oriented Furniture Design department at HDK-Steneby. Before coming to Steneby, she studied social anthropology at the global institute of Gothenburg university. Through participation in Långed park project 2018, she started to combine social anthropology with design and craft, and has since completed her thesis in social antropology, researching the social aspects of built environment. Alice is currently living in Dals Långed, working on a couple of projects, bridging the two disciplines by keeping an anthropological perspective on design work.
Organisers: Dals Långeds Utvecklingsråd, Mötesplats Steneby, HDK Steneby.