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Field Trip is a series of community-led walking tours in Marrickville and Sydenham Station. We are learning about the area’s industrial, infrastructural and creative spaces, as well as engage people in a conversation about the future of the neighbourhood.
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Field Trip is a series of community-led walking tours in Marrickville and Sydenham Station. We are learning about the area’s industrial, infrastructural and creative spaces, as well as engaging people in a conversation about the future of the neighbourhood.
  
 
Because this is a knowledge sharing project as well as a series of events, we are organising relevant documents here on the Frontyard wiki. Please feel free to add and comment to what we have started here.  
 
Because this is a knowledge sharing project as well as a series of events, we are organising relevant documents here on the Frontyard wiki. Please feel free to add and comment to what we have started here.  
 
* [https://opus.lib.uts.edu.au/handle/10453/116643 Made in Marrickville: Enterprise and cluster dynamics at the creative industries -manufacturing interface, Carrington Road precinct]
 
* [https://opus.lib.uts.edu.au/handle/10453/116643 Made in Marrickville: Enterprise and cluster dynamics at the creative industries -manufacturing interface, Carrington Road precinct]
 
* [https://archive.org/details/MarrickvillePrecinctPlan201706 Marrickville Precinct Plan - Sydnenham to Bankstown Urban Renewal Corridor]
 
* [https://archive.org/details/MarrickvillePrecinctPlan201706 Marrickville Precinct Plan - Sydnenham to Bankstown Urban Renewal Corridor]
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* [http://www.savemarrickville.com.au/ Save Marrickville Residents Action Group]
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* [http://www.urbanculturalpolicy.com/ Urban Cultural Policy and the Changing Dynamics of Cultural Production]

Revision as of 21:57, 15 February 2018

Field Trip is a series of community-led walking tours in Marrickville and Sydenham Station. We are learning about the area’s industrial, infrastructural and creative spaces, as well as engaging people in a conversation about the future of the neighbourhood.

Because this is a knowledge sharing project as well as a series of events, we are organising relevant documents here on the Frontyard wiki. Please feel free to add and comment to what we have started here.