Town SquareCivic discussions about town
About Town Square
Town Square is a Seattle Channel series dedicated to connecting people and ideas. With lectures, debates, and forums recorded around the city at places such as Town Hall, the Seattle Public Library, and the Central District Forum of Arts and Ideas, Town Square brings interesting and provocative conversations to cable TV and the web.
What would your dream library look like?
How do you envision the library of the future?
What do you think of the physical spaces in your local public library?
One of the Seattle Public Library's five Service Priorities is "Re-Imagined Spaces," meaning to adapt and energize Library spaces for new uses in keeping with changing services, programs, interests and needs of Library users and the changing way that they use Library spaces.
Join City Librarian Marcellus Turner and expert panelists to discuss how The Seattle Public Library, and other libraries throughout the world, are re-imagining their spaces to serve the changing needs of patrons now and into the future.
Dri Ralph, facilities design coordinator for The King County Library
Walter Schacht, fellow of the American Institute of Architects
Tom Fay, director of library programs and services for The Seattle Public Library