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SEDA Green Drinks – March
Thu 30 March 2017, 18:00 – 21:00 BST
with Veronica Low
A look through the prism of Georg Simmel’s essay "The Metropolis & Mental Life" at how the creation of urban ‘green space’ and empowered communities influence human experience in 21st century Glasgow.
Veronica Low is currently Chair of Greyfriar’s Garden, a community allotment in Glasgow’s Merchant City. She previously produced Haiku the Noo: Architecture and the Spaces in Between for the Festival of Architecture.
As with all our Green Drinks events, there will be a selection of drinks and time for discussion at the end of the evening. We hope that you will bring along any friends, colleagues or acquaintances you think might be interested and we look forward to seeing you there!
If you're not a member of SEDA and would like to join, we welcome new members at any time and are open to everyone with an interest in ecological design. Our core work includes running events, promoting research, campaigning on ecological design issues and informing the public. Your membership subscriptions help us to continue our work and we offer an attractive range of benefits in return which includes:
• to support ecological design in Scotland
• an opportunity to connect with a network of designers
• discount on events such as visits, conferences, seminars and discussions
• monthly e-bulletin
• regular magazine
• new website with searchable membership database
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