Where can we dance? Public space for people
Public space where people can meet, hang out, do stuff – even dance. It’s a sadly rare thing in our towns. Help some smart researchers understand what kind of public space you love
Liveable cities doyenne Dr Rebecca Kiddle is in the midst of a research project on third places (places you can be with others that aren’t home or your Second Place.)
We say: hooray! More of this please.
How do you experience public space? What would you like?
If you’re 18 or older and live in Te Upoko o te Ika somewhere, answer Dr Kiddle’s survey here! It closes on 16 December.
Share it with everyone you know too – especially younger people, who will spend the most time living in the towns and cities we’re shaping.
More good reads:
- Make it your own: improvising in public space – Project for Public Spaces
- When a Third Place Actually Means We’re Winning
- Street dancing – Fredrik Alpstedt
- Street chess: Ethan Kent
- Cuba Mall dancing – Cuban Fusion