If Spaces Could Talk: The Inverness Story

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Canadian magazine Curb has invited A&DS’s Diarmaid Lawlor and Susan Christie who is Lead Curator of Inverness Old Town Art (IOTA) to co-author an article about the need to be creative with our vision of, and interaction with, towns and cities.

The piece reflects on a contemporary notion of public space exploring some of the ways in which IOTA are working with artists, businesses and community facilities to pioneer and test different ways of enjoying and experiencing our cities.

Curb magazine is about policy practice and community experiences in cities, regions, and rural areas and aims to examine and challenge ideas such as governance, infrastructure, design, public spaces and citizen engagement.

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