How can we make more unpredictable places? Why should we? 

Cultural Capital spoke in conversation at Geelong Design Week to discuss the potential of cultural placemaking in the revitalisation of Central Geelong’s public space. 

Cultural Capital Creative Director and Co-Founder Mark McClelland was invited as key note speaker to engage with Wadawurrung Traditional Owner Corrina Eccles and Urbis Directors Craig Becconsall, Nisha Rawal and Nat Anson about what cultural placemaking could look like in Geelong. The conversation harnessed their interdisciplinary knowledge to discuss the ways Aboriginal cultural heritage, new technology and art could be utilised to create a more meaningful built environment for the local community.

Listen back to the full conversation here.