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OUR PARK – Vivalla Cultural assets in the central park

OUR PARK – Vivalla Cultural assets in the central park. Creative Communities. An introduction to a proposed project assigned by the public housing company – ÖrebroBostäder in the residence area Vivalla. Built in the end of the 60’s

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OUR PARK – Vivalla Cultural assets in the central park

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  1. OUR PARK – VivallaCultural assets in the central park Creative Communities An introduction to a proposedprojectassigned by the public housingcompany – ÖrebroBostäder in the residence area Vivalla

  2. Built in the end of the 60’s Completed 1970 A part of the national Million Programme 2 400 flats Official population 7 000 Migrant population 75% 35 languages Unemployment rate >25 % Distance to city centre 4 km Vivalla – a brief Creative Communities

  3. The first part of a major renewal plan – • My Green Block • Focus on environmental and social sustainability. • Parcipatorydialogues for housing and close green areas. • A general plan for the whole area is in development • Housingcompany • Planning office Vivalla – in development Creative Communities

  4. Next step – the park Startingpoint:Lackingofplaceidentification and quality Project layout for Cultural planning approach for structure and contents Parcipatory 3rd sector driven with multi-skilled support CONFIRMATION and planning structure OUR PARK - Layout Creative Communities

  5. Historically • - Old farming land- Homeof Swedish 18th century poet – Lars Wivallius. • Infrastructure • Green commons • Shopping centre • Café • Pub • School • Cultural arena • Library • Churches • Studyorganizations • Indoor square • Outdoor pool • Youthcentre • Sports centre • Allotments • Unusedspaces Mapping assets – pre study Creative Communities

  6. People • Cultural diversity • Associations, cultural, sports and social • Agricultural background • Pride • Entreprenourial • Culture, music, dance and food • Social openness • Activities • Festivals • Sports • Allotments • Civic movement • Women • Children and • social activities Mapping assets Creative Communities

  7. Public engagement • Educational programs • Work programs alongwithhousing, building,green keeping • Support for enterprise • Private engagement • Small business • Business area • Construction companies in coopwith programs • Thirdsector • Training and education • Culture • Socialactivities Mapping assets Creative Communities

  8. What do wereallyknow? Story telling • Setup: • Information centre • - Library and arena • Programs and workout • Information meetings and outreach to actors • - Associations, youthcentre, • Mappingthroughwalkabouts and interviews • The cultural ”green fingers” • Investigatingsurronding areas and opinons • - Visualize! Artists and architects present Confirming assets Creative Communities

  9. Park buildersorganizing • Organizinggroups • Workshops • Meetings withenterprise • INSPIRATION • Continuing display ofideas • Workshops • Closing for descision • Presentation and continuing… Cultural Planning Creative Communities

  10. Tomas Dahlberg 2013 UWS Course in Cultural Planning Creative CommunitiesPlace and thoughtstogether Creative Communities ”The Garden” – picture by kind permission Jonas LinderPhotos Vivalla – Michael Neumann

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