Short-term Interventions Inspiring Long-term Change

with Harold Madi and Megan Jones, Stantec

Much of the infrastructure in place today was designed for a different time —a time of much different priorities. Just because that’s the way it’s always been, doesn’t mean that’s the way it should stay. Tactical urbanism refers to testing out temporary interventions that can inspire permanent changes in our future to reflect a community we all can live, work and play in. Learn more about tactical urbanism and put your new skills to work in this two day seminar and workshop.

In this highly interactive workshop, you will:

  • Learn the principles of tactical urbanism
  • Work with different materials to create tactical urbanism interventions
  • Be challenged to think about and apply the big-picture perspective to all aspects of tactical urbanism   
  • Build a prototype tactical urbanism intervention to be used in Park(ing) Day 2018
  • Network and build partnerships with other like-minded urbanists!

Who should attend?

  • Community Associations
  • Business Improvement Districts
  • Commercial Districts and Property Owners
  • Economic Development Practitioners
  • Local Government
  • Design professionals 
  • Interested citizens

Understanding the limited resources availble to non-profit groups and individuals, we are offering 10 free Tactical Urbanism 101 workshop  scholarships for the following groups:

  • Community Associations
  • Bicycling Groups
  • Events
  • Markets
  • Students
  • Emerging Design Professionals (within 3 years of graduation)
  • Artists
  • Indigenous community

Do you want to learn, be engaged and affect positive change on your community? Apply with a brief statement on: why you are interested in this workshop and what you hope to learn. 

Include any specific interests that apply to this workshop like working with your municipal organization, events like Park(ing) Day, improving bike lanes, etc.

Also let us know if you are able to attend:

  1. Both days of the workshop
  2. Thursday afternoon or evening
  3. Friday






Send to:


To be considered: please apply by Monday, February 26


Day 11:00PM – 4:00PM
*** Evening option – 5:00PM – 8:00PM
Thursday, March 1, 2018

  • What is tactical urbanism?
  • Best practices
  • Local case study assignment overview
  • Case study site plan design
  • Fabrication/installation

    *** DAY 1 workshop NOW OFFERED Thursday night as well – 5:00PM – 8:00PM (light supper provided)

Day 29:00AM – 5:00PM
Friday, March 2, 2018

  • Fabrication/installation continues
  • Case study presentations
  • Lessons learned
  • Please wear long pants and close toed shoes.  Bring a sweater just in case!
  • Don’t worry – we won’t be working outside in March!  All work will be completed indoors.
  • Coffee breaks and lunch will be provided.  
  • One drink ticket will be provided for use at the post-workshop Networking Social.


$100 plus tax

(registration required)

Location: Former Sears Bargain Centre

1230 Broad Street, Regina

Thursday, March 1, 2018

1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

*** Evening option – 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Friday, March 2, 2018

9:00 am – 5:00pm

lunch provided


Contact Judith Veresuk:

or Leasa Gibbons:

If you are registering more than five people, you receive one registration free.

Free Networking Social

1230 Broad Street, Regina

Friday, March 2, 2018, 5:00PM—7:30PM

No registration required

LOCATION: Former Sears Bargain Centre, 1230 Broad Street, Regina, SK

Parking provided in the Hamilton Street lot. Use west entrance fronting Hamilton.

Previously the Sears Outlet Centre located in Centennial Mall

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