Jul 18, 2016
A deeper dive into contentious architectural depths with co-directors Anne Cunningham and Jessica Halliday from Te Putahi Centre for architecture and city making. They join Jaya and David to discuss their biannual and wildly popular FESTA - festival of transitional architecture, rave about bikes and rage about buses, all when we're trying hard to find nice things to say about this weeks' (non Beer Library) beers. Oh, and a heap of city-making stuff that we guarantee you'll be happy you listened to - we learnt heaps.
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Links and show notes:
Te Pūtahi centre for architecture and city making
FESTA 2016 - Festival for transitional architecture
KidsFest - saving parents from holiday hell, since quite a while ago..
NZIFF: Christchurch 28 July -14 August - NZ International Film Festival
WORD Christchurch - 2016 WORD Festival 24-28th August
Upcoming Events - The Funding Network/ VFNZ Christchurch event: 13 September
Nepenthe at the Beach - AirBnB in Collingwood Collingwood, Golden Bay, NZ
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twice: two weeks in creative endeavour. Conversation with innovators, creatives, and social enterprisers boldly changing the world from Christchurch New Zealand. Current and upcoming projects, events and cool stuff, with two topics accompanied by liquid refreshments. Produced and edited by David Binstead, with regular co-host Jaya Gibson and occasional guest co-hosts.
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