Education & Training

Learning Forum Highlights

We held our inaugural Renew Hamilton Learning Forum on October 18 in a tent facility erected on the property beside the iconic Lister Building in downtown Hamilton. The purpose of the event was to strengthen and support Hamilton’s growing renewal economy through sharing success... More

Education Program Video Update

Key components of our customized education and training curriculum will be introduced at the Renew Hamilton Learning Forum in downtown Hamilton on October 18, 2013 – CLICK HERE to register for this event. The purpose of the multi-unit curriculum – developed in partnership with Dr. Gail... More

Learning Forum Signs Up

We were onsite last night during art crawl installing promotional signs on the vacant property on James Street North adjacent to the iconic Lister Building – the location of our inaugural Renew Hamilton Learning Forum. On Friday October 18 an estimated 100 delegates will participate... More

Renewal Design Competition

Renew Hamilton partner Jeff Feswick (pictured with microphone) was at McMaster University last night to present details of a design competition to a class of first year students enrolled in a peace studies course taught by Dr. Nancy Doubleday, Faculty of Humanities. Says Doubleday:... More

Leadership in Transit Branding

Renew Hamilton invites you to a special learning event intended to share global best practices in the design and implementation of urban transit branding and wayfinding systems. Leadership in Transit Branding and Wayfinding takes place on Friday September 27 from 9 am to 12... More

Oct 18 Learning Forum

You’re invited to an informal community event devoted to the regeneration of downtown Hamilton and adjacent neighbourhoods on Friday October 18 from 8 am to 4 pm. Part inspiration and part education, the Renew Hamilton Learning Forum is devoted to creating quality urban environments... More

Tactical Urbanism Report

Earlier this year, the Hamilton/Burlington Society of Architects retained The Street Plans Collaborative to facilitate a tactical urbanism workshop and deliver a Doors Open keynote lecture in downtown Hamilton (CLICK HERE to listen to lecturer Mike Lyndon). At the workshop, five local teams took... More

Proposed Forum Installation

This is a rendering of the proposed installation for our inaugural Renew Hamilton Learning Forum on October 18, 2013.  This temporary structure – which features a tensile fabric roof, bleacher seating and a thrust stage – would be set up on the vacant property... More

8-80 Cities Training

Renew Hamilton attended a People Make Places Training Session hosted by 8-80 Cities and held in Toronto yesterday. 8-80 Cities is an internationally renowned not-for-profit devoted to transforming cities into places where people can walk, bike, access public transit and enjoy public places for... More

Learning Forum Outdoors

Plans are now underway for our inaugural Renew Hamilton Learning Forum on the vacant lot that is the site of the former Thomas Building on James Street North, adjacent to the Lister Building in downtown Hamilton. The event – held to convene, educate and... More