July 29, 2015 at 6:00pm - 7pm

As global problems are increasingly felt locally, now more than ever we need to harness the power of the small. ‘Massive Small’ happens whenever a person takes control over the space in which they live or work, adapting it to their needs. When many people do this, it adds up to sustainable, human centric, and beautiful places that are capable of meeting the challenges of the future.

Andrew Campbell, co-founder of the Massive Small network will discuss:

  • How the Massive Small framework and theory will expand beyond the module currently taught at Oxford University to many new contexts.
  • How people across the world are making Massive Small change happen in their cities, often against all the odds.
  • How together, we can trigger a global movement that can change the way governments collaborate with citizens.

This will be followed by an open Q&A session. After the event, Andrew and the new Edinburgh team will be heading to the Novotel Bar across the road from the Edinburgh College of Art for a follow up chat. Come along and connect with other free thinkers who want to challenge the prevailing way that we make cities.

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July 29, 2015 at 6:00pm - 7pm
The Edinburgh College of Art
Sponsored by Supporting Scotland's Towns
Sponsored By Supporting Scotland's Towns