3Space Re:THINK

Re:USE | Re:ANIMATE | Re:CYCLE | Re:SOURCE | Re:IMAGINE


#3SpaceRethink


WHERE?

Audit House, 58 Victoria Embankment, London, EC4Y 0DS


PROGRAMME

WEDNESDAY 1st MAY

ALL DAY

21 ARTISTS LONDON: Large scale, interactive drawings – Audience participation encouraged

Illustrator, Bettina Fung


ALL DAY

SWAP SHOP

Share and Swap Stuff


ALL DAY

BLIND ART EXHIBITION

Scratchadelia


12.00 – 1.30pm

WORKSHOP: Water for the World – Water Engineering and Sustainability

Engineers Without Borders, Emily Mattiussi


12.00 – 1.00pm

TALK: Who Shares Wins in the Sharing Economy

The People Who Share, Benita Matofska


12.30 – 1.30pm

WORKSHOP: Cooking up the Left-Overs with the Journal of Wild Culture

Journal of Wild Culture, Tom Jeffreys


1.15 – 2.00pm

TALK: Crowdfunding – how we can rethink our civic spaces

Spacehive, Maddie Yuille


1.30 – 2.00pm

SCREENING: So You Want To Be Sustainable?

Refl-act, Christina Rebel


1.40 - 2.25pm

DROP IN: Social Media Surgery

Social Media Consultant, Jemima Gibbons


2.00 – 3.00pm

TALK: A DIY approach to neighbourhood street redesign

Sustrans, Phillippa Banister


2.30 – 3.30pm

TALK: Urban Raingardens

AECOM, Celeste Morgan


2.30 – 3.30pm

WORKSHOP: Cooking up the Left-Overs with the Journal of Wild Culture

Journal of Wild Culture, Tom Jeffreys


2.30 – 3.00pm

TALK: FORGET THE BRIEF! Strategies of realising self-initiated public art

Artist, Julia Vogl


3.30 – 5.00pm

WORKSHOP: Collaboration for Change

make:good, Catherine Greig


3.40 - 4.25pm

DROP IN: Social Media Surgery

Social Media Consultant, Jemima Gibbons


4.00 – 5.30pm

TALK & WORKSHOP: The Remakery – the creating of a shared community space for making items from waste materials

The Remakery


4.00 – 5.00pm

LAUNCH: Our Common Place Engagement Toolbox

WORKSHOP: FREE CAKE! and other ways to engage people

Waste Watch, Marcela Teran


4.30 – 5.30pm

WORKSHOP: Cooking up the Left-Overs with the Journal of Wild Culture

Journal of Wild Culture, Tom Jeffreys


6.00 – 8.30pm

TALK & WORKSHOP: 15 years of Fabrications, Hackney - the making of a crafty community hub

Fabrications, Barley Massey


6.00 – 9.00pm

RE:USE EXTRAVAGANZA...


RESTART PARTY 

The Restart Project


INTERACTIVE STALLS

Share and Swap Stuff Swap Shop Party

Mealshare provide recipe-sharing and fridge food advice

The Living Furniture Project presents The Emerald Collection

The Remakery stall


6.30 – 9.00pm

MASTERCLASS: Campaigning for a 20mph London

Movement for Liveable London, Bruce McVean


7.30 - 7.35pm

21 ARTISTS LONDON LIVE PERFORMANCE

Francesco Benenato



THURSDAY 2nd MAY


ALL DAY

WORKSHOP (Invite only): Business plan advice

PWC


ALL DAY

21 ARTISTS LONDON LIVE: Interactive installation based on light, colour and movement

Installation artists, Les Mechants


ALL DAY

21 ARTISTS LONDON LIVE:Observational drawings and portraits of Re:THINK

Illustrator, Adrian Mills


ALL DAY

SWAP SHOP

Share and Swap Stuff


ALL DAY

BLIND ART EXHIBITION

Scratchadelia


11.30am – 12.30pm

DISCUSSION: The Changing Face of High Streets

Tom Venables, RTPI London/AECOM

Chris Paddock, Regeneris

Andrew Cribb, 3Space


12.00 – 1.00pm

WORKSHOP: Empty Homes - how can we turn blight into an opportunity?

Dot Dot Dot Property, Katharine Hibbert


12.00 – 1.00pm

TALK: Aquaponic Urban Farming for London

GrowUp, Kate Hofman & Tom Webster


12.30 – 1.30pm

WORKSHOP: Cooking up the Left-Overs with the Journal of Wild Culture

Journal of Wild Culture, Tom Jeffreys


12.45 – 1.45pm

SEMINAR: Sustainable Transport – if not London, where? Can London show the world what the future of urban transport looks like?

Beyond Green, Bruce McVean


1.00 – 2.00pm

WORKSHOP: More by Accident than Design - The Empty Homes Project

Waterloo Community Development Group, Juliet Heap & Sandy Lloyd 


1.15 - 2.15pm

QUESTION TIME: Business Rates - a tool to create economic and social value

Dan Gregory, Common Capital

Andrew Cribb, 3Space

Eddie Bridgeman, Meanwhile Space


2.00 – 2.15pm

TALK: The Albert - a pop-up for experimental projects and community well-being

What if: projects Ltd, Ulrike Steven


2.30 – 3.30pm

DISCUSSION: Economic and Efficient Housing - Future Solutions

Chris Paddock, Regeneris

Robert Dalziel, City House Projects

Tom Venables, AECOM


2.30 – 3.30pm

WORKSHOP: Cooking up the Left-Overs with the Journal of Wild Culture

Journal of Wild Culture, Tom Jeffreys


2.30 – 3.15pm

TALK: Brighton Waste House – case study of collaboration & rethinking space

Freegle, Cat Fletcher


3.00 – 4.00pm

WORKSHOP: Use of meanwhile outdoor spaces for community resource

Groundwork, Lucy Webb & Naomi Pietersen


3.30 – 4.30pm

IDEAS WORKSHOP: Tool Share Partnership ‘Concept’

Project Dirt, Nicky Spear


4.00 –5.10pm

WORKSHOP & PERFORMANCE: Wild Theatre

Grow Your Own Theatre, Sarah Chase


4.30 – 5.30pm

WORKSHOP: How to design and decorate your vacant space and not piss off the landlord

Petit Miracles, Elisicia Moore


4.30 – 5.30pm

WORKSHOP: Cooking up the Left-Overs with the Journal of Wild Culture

Journal of Wild Culture, Tom Jeffreys


5.30 – 9.00pm

POP UP MEET UP

We Are Pop Up



FRIDAY 3rd MAY


ALL DAY

BLIND ART EXHIBITION

Scratchadelia


ALL DAY

SWAP SHOP

Share and Swap Stuff


ALL DAY

EXHIBITION

21 Artists London, Meg Peterson


10.00 – 2.00pm

OPEN SPACE EVENT: How can we Re:ANIMATE our cities?

Facilitators: Dan Barnard & Rachel Briscoe, fanSHEN


12.00 - 5.00pm

INTERACTIVE STAND: Visioning a Sustainable City - build your own!

The Glass-House Community Led Design, Lucia das Neves


12.00 – 1.30pm

MASTERCLASS: Creative Pop Ups and Meanwhile Use

- Dan Calladine, London Pop Ups (Chair)

- Liam Morrisey, What if: projects Ltd

- Emma Rutherford, Scout

- Felix Mortimer, RETZ produces

- Cui Yin Mok, Platform 65

- Meg Peterson, 21 Artists


1.00 – 2.00pm

21 ARTISTS LONDON WORKSHOP: b.drawn ART101

Artist, Warren Fox


2.00 – 3.00pm

WORKSHOP: Sharing in business – overcoming the barriers

Designer & urbanist, Claire Mookerjee


2.15pm – 4.15pm

WORKSHOP: Sustainable Wheel of Fortune

Wakeup Campaign, Viviane Williams


2.30 - 4.30pm

DROP IN: Property Advice

Ethical Property Foundation


2.30 – 3.30pm

21 ARTISTS LONDON WORKSHOP: b.drawn ART101

Artist, Warren Fox


3.30 – 4.00pm

TALK: Community Space Challenge

Catch 22, Adrian Taylor


4.30 – 5.30pm

TALK: Re-animating public spaces

UP Projects, Laura Harford & Bethan Johnson


5.00 – 5.45pm

WORKSHOP: Herbs and healing - cultivation and use of common English herbs

Cultivate London, Adrienne Attorp


6.00 – 7.00pm

WORKSHOP: Sustainable Street Design for Beginners

This Big City, Joe Peach


6.00 – 7.00pm

TALK: Raising the profile of community gardening through design

Edible Bus Stop, Mak Gilchrist & Will Sandy


8.00 – 10.00pm

END OF FESTIVAL PARTY!

(Not ticketed)

Come on by to The Library for a couple of drinks, play some ping pong and reflect on a fantastic festival!



OTHER FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS

Prizes to be won courtesy of Secret Cinema

Pop-up Ping Pong

Street food made by one of Kitchenette's freshly graduated start-up food entrepreneur, Mei Mei Street Cart

Re:THINK Ideas Wall created by Katherine Horsham

Professional photographic documentation by Dewan Demmer, Snapaway PhotographyAndi SchmiedJulia Gudkova & Maria Yashchanka.

Participant podcasts by Pod Academy


ABOUT:

From 1st - 3rd May, 3Space's new hub in Blackfriars was transformed into an interactive playground for Re:THINKing the ways that we use our cities and resources

We'll be hosting exhibitions, interactive displays, workshops, talks and discussions, panels and parties, all of which are designed to get you and your organisation exploring, promoting and celebrating new ideas for the ways that we interact with our environment. 

Any questions? Please contact Megan at megan@3space.org


MORE INFO

There is no denying that the sustainable city movement has taken London by storm: urban growing and farming, buying locally, upcycling and repair shops, bicycles swarming the streets and powering cinemas, the umpteen uses found for shipping containers and fridges, and of course, making use of otherwise empty spaces – the list goes on.

Here at 3Space, we thought it was about time to celebrate these innovative ideas and to explore just how simple and fun it is to be re:sourceful, re:use and re:duce waste.

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