UNSW Built Environment: Carolyn Steel – Hungry City Lecture

12 07 2011

The British Council in association with UNSW Built Environment will be hosting architect Carolyn Steel who will speak to a Sydney audience in an exclusive lecture titled ‘Hungry City – How Food Shapes Our Lives’.

Carolyn Steel is an architect, lecturer and author exploring how cities are shaped by food. Her work has focused on developing a lateral approach to urban design that looks at the everyday routines that shape cities and the way we inhabit them. Her book, Hungry City: How Food Shapes Our Lives follows food’s journey from land to city, through market and supermarket, kitchen and table, waste-dump and back again, to show how food affects all our lives, and impacts on the planet.

We hope that you can join us for this interesting presentation.

Date: Tuesday 19 July, 2011

Time: 6.30pm – 8.00pm

Venue: Robert Webster Building, Webster Theatre A,

Anzac Parade, UNSW Kensington Campus

Cost: Free

Download a UNSW campus map here.

RSVP: Email – amrit.gill@britishcouncil.org.au or call – 02 9362 6725

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