Exploding Kittens for Cities? Hacking Card & Board Games for Civic Engagement. That's the title of our upcoming webcast with Lisa Nisenson and Sarah Lewis of Greater Places. It's creative just like their ideas for engaging people in urbanist concepts.
MEMBER WEBCAST SERIES: Exploding Kittens for Cities? Hacking Card & Board Games for Civic Engagement.
TUESDAY, MAY 3rd 9-10:30am PDT / 12-1:30PM EDT
As long as we’re disrupting everything from taxis to hotels, why not take on boring public workshops? This webcast looks at trends in using games and game design for engaging the public of all ages in building stronger cities, towns and neighborhoods. This webcast will look at common challenges with public engagement, the basics of game design and how to meet those challenges by modifying familiar games in ways that are meaningful, educational and fun. Suggestions for supplies and DIY tips will also be shared.
This webcast is available exclusively for members. If you’re not a member, sign up and we’ll send you the webcast link. If you’re a member you'll receive an invitation in your inbox.
While we're talking about webcasts, a reminder that the webcast on the new NACTO Transit Street Design Guide is coming up on Wednesday, April 27th at 11:30am ET / 8:30am PT. This webcast is free and available to everyone thanks to our friends at Island Press.
As a special bonus, members of Strong Towns can receive 30% off the NACTO Transit Street Design Guide. Contact me if you did not get the promo code in your inbox. If you're not a member, go to our membership page to learn more and join.
Details coming soon on another webcast in May that will focus on redeveloping old industrial brownfield sites with Pete Kero of Barr Engineering. He will draw from his experience working with brownfield sites to discuss the opportunities and challenges. Keep an eye on our webcast page for more details.