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“There is no wealth but life” was the motto of Victorian thinker and art critic John Ruskin. This panel discussion of academics, artists and those from the city. It is chaired by Angie Hobbs, (Department of Philosophy) and includes Clive Wilmer (Guild of St George), Victoria Bradford Keegan from the National Trust and Simon Ogden, Head of Regeneration at Sheffield City Council, artist Kate Genever and archaeologist Al Oswald. Part of the Festival of Arts & Humanities at the University of Sheffield. Thumbnail image by EightBitTony CC BY-NC 2.0

Wealthy City: Rethinking Sheffield's Parks and Public Spaces Sheffield University

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“There is no wealth but life” was the motto of Victorian thinker and art critic John Ruskin. This panel discussion of academics, artists and those from the city. It is chaired by Angie Hobbs, (Department of Philosophy) and includes Clive Wilmer (Guild of St George), Victoria Bradford Keegan from the National Trust and Simon Ogden, Head of Regeneration at Sheffield City Council, artist Kate Genever and archaeologist Al Oswald. Part of the Festival of Arts & Humanities at the University of Sheffield. Thumbnail image by EightBitTony CC BY-NC 2.0

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    Wealthy Cities - An Introduction

    Wealthy Cities - An Introduction

    Professor Angie Hobbs from the University of Sheffield introduces the members of the panel, and describes some of the challenges involved with managing and maintaining the public spaces and parks in Sheffield today.

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    Clive Wilmer, Sidney Sussex College

    Clive Wilmer, Sidney Sussex College

    John Ruskin; the Victorian art critic, social reformer and philanthropist said "The measure of any great civilisation is its cities and a measure of a city's greatness is to be found in the quality of its public spaces, its parks and squares". Clive Wilmer, fellow at Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge has written extensively on Ruskin, and is the Master of Ruskin's charity, the Guild of St George. He delves into Ruskin's past, and describes his relationship with Sheffield.

    • 20分
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    Simon Ogden, Sheffield City Council

    Simon Ogden, Sheffield City Council

    Simon Ogden, Head of City Regeneration at Sheffield City Council discusses the inequality of public spaces in Sheffield, shares some success stories, and looks towards the future of public spaces and parks in the city.

    • 7分
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    Victoria Bradford Keegan, National Trust

    Victoria Bradford Keegan, National Trust

    Victoria Bradford Keegan from the National Trust shares the nationwide problem of local government funding cuts to public spaces and parks, and describes a novel scheme the National Trust is investigating to provide alternate resources.

    • 8分
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    Carolyn Butterworth, University of Sheffield

    Carolyn Butterworth, University of Sheffield

    Carolyn Butterworth is an architect from the School of Architecture at University of Sheffield. Carolyn describes what informs her practice when working with public spaces, and shares some projects from Sheffield - the Peace Gardens and Castlegate redevelopments.

    • 9分
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    Kate Genever, Artist

    Kate Genever, Artist

    Kate Genever discusses the relevance of Ruskin's essays to artists, and the construction of public spaces and parks today.

    • 9分

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