Governing Urban Diversity Conference
The Governing Urban Diversity Conference was the culmination of four years of research in 14 cities by the EU-funded Divercities project. Featuring keynote addresses, workshops, field trips and a mini-diversity festival showcasing the talent in the Rotterdam case study neighbourhood, the Governing Urban Diversity Conference outlined findings.
In the lead-up to the conference, I worked with a committee to coordinate keynotes, agendas, marketing, presentations, design, photographic documentation, and a highlights video.
The video was commissioned to document the Governing Urban Diversity conference and to summarise the research in an engaging way. I worked with the videographers to interview researchers, coordinate the shooting and to finalise the edit.
Fourteen posters, one for each city, were designed to portray each research area. Short videos and slideshows documented field trips, consortium meetings, and other events. Ronald van Kempen, the project’s founder, sadly died before the conference, but he was there is spirit with a visual projection.