MAKE SPACE: Hope for Tomorrow
Euston Town launches MAKE SPACE, using creative takeovers of space to uplift the local area
The first program ‘Hope for Tomorrow’ located at Regent’s Place will feature exhibitions, performances and workshops that inspire us to think differently about our current challenges and how we hope our cities develop.
MAKE SPACE is Euston Town’s quest to find vacant spaces and make creative use of them. Using our partnerships and networks, MAKE SPACE provides a platform to express and showcase the work of artists and organisations. From an empty retail unit to an exposed wall, we will think imaginatively about ways to uplift the local area, promote the identity of our community and invite new audiences to explore. Hope for Tomorrow is the first MAKE SPACE program.
Three weeks of exhibitions, panel discussions and workshops will explore our contemporary challenges as they become more complex, and the need to adapt becomes urgent. These issues are overwhelming at times – climate change, homelessness, community displacement – they will not be solved overnight. We’re inviting people to come together and talk in an inclusive and creative environment, share ideas, learn from one another and understand more about how our personal behaviours can help us achieve the future we dream of.