How can we activate a use the city around the clock?
Når: 14. september 2022, kl. 13:15 - 14:00
Type: Fysisk + streaming
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St. Olavs Plass 5, med inngang fra Universitetsgata.
Key words: Culture, experiences, nocturnal animals, infrastructure, diversity, safety.
A 24-hour city is a densely populated area where business, trade and culture live around the clock. The city's character and use changes throughout the 24-hour cycle. How can we activate and experience the city in new ways at all hours of the day in a safe and profitable way?
The 24-hour city can contribute to more jobs, more activity, generate economic growth and investment. However, it can also have disadvantages related to the population's health, i.e. alcohol consumption, noise and stress.
In conversation with the former night mayor of Amsterdam, Mirik Milan, OMA's event will focus on issues such as the night economy, safety, inclusion, creativity, and night owls. Aiming to provide broad perspectives on how we include and plan the night hours in new ways.
Victoria Marie Evensen, Vice Mayor for Business Development and Public Ownership, the City of Oslo
Mirik Milan, founder, Vibe Lab
Thomas Fleurquin, Chief Architect, DISTORTION Copenhagen
Mirik Milan is a former nightlife promoter and one of the first night mayors in the world, he has played an instrumental role in the reshaping Amsterdam's nightlife scene into one of the most vibrant and economically robust in the world, and his innovative position is been replicated in major cities around the world, like New York, Paris and London. Nowadays Mirik Milan is a nightlife advocate, co-founder of VibeLab
Victoria Marie Evensen is a Norwegian politician (Labor). She previously studied and worked as copywriter and has since 2019 been Oslo's Vice Mayor for Business Development and Public Ownership. She was elected to Oslo City Council in the municipal elections in 2011 and then sat on the culture and education committee. Evensen was re-elected in the local elections in 2015 and then chaired the urban development committee.
Thomas Fleurquin is the chief architect of Distortion, which is an annual celebration of Copenhagen Street Life & New Dance Music.
Thomas is also the Director of the agency Nus/Nus whicih is the Secretariat managing several events and placemaking projects in and about Copenhagen.
Stikkord: Kultur, opplevelser, nattdyr, infrastruktur, mangfold, trygghet.
En 24-timers by er et tett befolket område hvor næringsliv, handel og kultur lever gjennom døgnet. Men byens karakter og vår bruk av den endrer seg gjennom døgnet. Hvordan kan vi aktivere og bruke byen på nye måter i alle døgnets timer på en god måte?
24-timers byen kan bidra til flere arbeidsplasser, mer aktivitet og generere økonomisk vekst og investeringer, men det kan også ha ulemper blant annet knyttet til befolkningens helse, f.eks knyttet til alkoholforbruk, støy og stress.
I samtale med tidligere nattordfører i Amsterdam, Mirik Milan, vil OMA sitt arrangement fokusere på hvordan vi kan se på døgnet på nye måter, der spørsmål som nattøkonomi, trygghet og nattugler er i fokus.
Victoria Marie Evensen, Vice Mayor of Business and Public Ownership
Thomas Fleurquin, founder, Distortion Copenhagen