Open Lecture Series: “Designing Destination Attractors” by Tracy Halliwell MBE, London&Partners, and “Designing Eventscapes” by Prof Graham Brown, University of South Australia, Monday, December 2, M416 Robin Evans Room, Marylebone Campus, 17:00

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When: Monday, 2nd of December 2019, 17:00

Where: M416, Robin Evans Room, 35 Marylebone Rd, London NW1 5LS

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Tracy Halliwell MBE, London and Partners, and Professor Graham Brown, University of South Australia.

About this Event

Designing Destination Attractors with Tracy Halliwell MBE.

London is one of the worlds most exciting cities for events. But how does Visit London, the destination authority design world class events to attract local and international attendees? This session explores how the ideation and creation process works in the worlds greatest city.

Learning outcomes:

  • Understand how destinations can design events to create place attractors for event tourism
  • Understand the process and the management of stakeholders in the design of placemaking events
  • Understand the design and delivery process of placemaking events

Eventscapes with Professor Graham Brown.

The presentation will explore how to design eventscapes. From a planning perspective, it will show how to select the best locations where the settings add value to event experiences and where event facilities can create long-term benefits for host communities. From a design perspective, examples will show the way graphic design has been used to create visual settings. 

Learning outcomes:

  • Understand how specific locations have an impact on eventscapes
  • Understand how host communities benefit from large public events
  • Understand how the design of eventscapes can benefit from graphics as semiotic indicators

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