What’s your Grangetown?
What’s your Grangetown? Cardiff University’s Community Gateway, the Welsh School of Architecture and Grangetown community partners Grange Pavilion Project and Art shell are holding a free, open to all, ideas workshop and public exhibition day in the Grange Pavilion this coming Saturday 15th October.
Come along to take part in a ‘My vision of Grangetown’ workshop between 10-2pm, to share your visions for Grangetown with Cardiff University architecture students and resident artists Richard Powell and Art shell.
Join in the ‘What’s your Grangetown?’ exhibition between 2-5pm, to celebrate Grangetown’s past, present and future. With adult and kids activities, and free tea and cake, the exhibition will include work by Welsh School of Architecture students and Grangetown area school pupils.
Meet Cardiff University’s Community Gateway team to find out more about our work in Grangetown, and find out more about the Grangetown resident-led Grange Pavilion Project’s ideas for turning the Grange Pavilion into a community-owned centre.
Pop into the Grange Pavilion any Monday or Friday 9am-5pm to find out more about how you can get involved, or contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register for the 10am-2pm workshop at Eventbrite, or just stop by on the day:
My vision of Grangetown – An ideas workshop
My vision of Grangetown – an ideas workshop led by Community Gateway, the Welsh School of Architecture, the Grange Pavilion Project and Artshell A discussion and exhibition session in the Grange Pavilion on Saturday 15th October to brainstorm ideas about Grangetown’s streets, public spaces and as a neighbourhood. Between 10-2pm we’ll be discussing what works well, and brainstorming ideas for making Grangetown’s streets more walkable, greener, cleaner and safer. This will be supported by Cardiff University’s Community Gateway, the Grange Pavilion project, Artshell, and Welsh School of Architecture undergraduate third year students. Your ideas from the workshop will form part of a public exhibition opening from 2pm-5pm celebrating the history, culture, environment, materials, and stories of Grangetown. **Please note – no under 16s unless accompanied by an adult**
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