Strategy, Policy & Research

Southern Parklands Design Framework – Western Sydney Parklands Trust

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Project: Southern Parklands Design Framework Organisation: Western Sydney Parklands Trust Place: Western Sydney Year: 2018–2019 (Stage 1) Project Type: Culture-led Placemaking, Strategy, Policy & Research City People supplied arts and cultural strategy and advice to Western Sydney Parklands Trust and the multidisciplinary design team who are delivering the strategic land-use framework for the Southern Parklands

Event Strategy 2018-21 – Shellharbour City Council

Project: Event Strategy 2018-2021 Organisation: Shellharbour City Council Place: Shellharbour LGA Year: 2018 Project Type: Strategy, Policy & Research In 2018, City People worked with Shellharbour City Council to develop an Events Strategy.  It provided Council with: a strategic direction and focus for events in the public domain areas of Shellharbour an assessment of events

Valuing Creative Placemaking research – Landcom / UrbanGrowth NSW

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Project: Valuing Creative Placemaking (research project) Organisation: Landcom, UrbanGrowth NSW Year: 2015-2018 Project Type: Culture-led Placemaking, Strategy, Policy & Research This study recently published its Valuing Placemaking Literature Review While working as Creative Producer at UrbanGrowth NSW, City People’s Michael Cohen became aware of a massive gap in the knowledge base surrounding creative or ‘culture-led’

NSW Health and the Arts Framework – Arts NSW

Project: NSW Health and the Arts Framework Organisation: Arts NSW Place: New South Wales Year: 2015-2016 Project Type: Strategy, Policy & Research In 2015-2016 Kim Spinks, now director of City People, led the team which collaborated with NSW Health to develop New South Wales’ first ever arts and health framework. The Framework was released in

NSW Aboriginal Arts and Cultural Strategy – Arts NSW

Project: NSW Aboriginal Arts and Cultural Strategy Organisation: Arts NSW Place: New South Wales Year: 2011-2017 Project Type: Strategy, Policy & Research From 2011 to 2017 Kim Spinks led the team that developed and implemented Stage One and Two of NSW’s first Aboriginal Arts and Cultural Strategy. The 2016 Evaluation of Stage One showed that