MRelay Ageing, ableism and architecture
Sat 10 Nov 2018, 11.00am–1.30pm
People on the steps of the GPO, 1954. Photo courtesy of State Library Victoria.
Our buildings, interiors and urban landscapes are navigated daily by people with greatly differing access needs—and they often fail many. Our collective awareness of accessibility is increasing, but what do we really mean when we talk about designing inclusive spaces and places? How can we work to overcome ingrained and everyday ableism, from our cultural institutions to our civic spaces and workplaces?
Join this line-up of designers, professionals and activists for a tag-team talk about the opportunities and pitfalls when working to make our cities more accessible.