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The Great Artistic Metropolis

Art in the City - Creativity, Property and Cultural Regeneration

CD ROM The Great Artistic Metropolis

Art in the City - Creativity, Property and Cultural Regeneration

Date Of Conference: 11/10/2005

The conference aimed to offer a creative and positive vision of art to the regeneration agenda with hard information, documentation and discussion from leading progressive real-world art projects and urban developments. It investigated how art and artist-led approaches, working across disciplines, influences regeneration through the link between creativity, culture and change to affect the built environment, people, communities and philosophies.


  • Chris Smith, The Rt Hon Lord Smith of Finsbury and
  • Michael Da Costa, Architects of Communication


  • Jude Kelly, Artistic Director, Metal Space & South Bank Centre
  • Jonathan Davis, Director of Learning & Development, CABE
  • Patricia Brown, Chief Executive, Central London Partnership
  • Tom Macartney, Chief Executive, Sunderland Arc
  • Nick Ewbank, Director, The Creative Foundation, Folkestone
  • Jochen Gerz, Artist
  • Charles Holland, FAT Ltd
  • Michael Pinsky, Artist
  • Francesca Ferguson, Curator and Journalist, Urban Drift Productions Ltd
  • Jemima Montagu, Visual Arts Officer (Public Realm), Arts Council England, London
  • Sarah Carrington & Sophie Hope, B+B

A CD ROM with copies of all speaker presentations, audio of speaker presentations and question / discussion sessions and biographers and additional papers supplied can be purchased from the Landor Conferences website below:


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