This blog is an online sketchbook – a series of Waymarking musings, ideas, proposals and research in the form of diagrams, drawings, photos, found images and text. It aims to engage those interested in the context and development of the cityscape / the urban environment, such as artists, architects, community activists, performers, urban designers & planners – in Waymarking’s development and activities.
What is Waymarking?
Waymarking works at the intersection between community development, local economic development, regeneration and socially-engaged cultural/arts practices
What are the futures of cities and how will we all live together in them?
Waymarking’s core question is reflected upon and directly addressed in collaboration with a range of partners: through research, delivering projects that make a difference, and sharing and embedding ideas and approaches.
- Waymarking facilitates communities to actively participate in how neighbourhoods change and develop.
- Waymarking makes connections and enables dialogue and collaboration across disciplines/sectors.
- Creativity and innovation are central to Waymarking’s co-designed explorations of place-making and place-shaping.
Waymarking delivers practical projects and provides a range of services across sectors;
- community consultation/engagement
- technical planning skills
- research and development
- community economic development
- community business expertise
- cross-sector partnership working
- arts and cultural consultancy
- arts and regeneration consultancy
- professional development/training
- projects and events development/management
- strategic development