Free and open to the public
The Placemaking Manifesto: A Public Discussion
Placemaking is about sense of place. Everybody––people of all backgrounds, ages and abilities––can participate in creating successful public places. Everyone can serve the agenda of excellence in design, healthy communities and thriving neighborhoods. Our built environment is a common good that comes alive through an understanding of how humans instinctively relate to space, design leadership that leverages it, and activity programming that capitalizes on it.
The BSA Placemaking Network celebrates its 10-year anniversary with the release of the Placemaking Manifesto. Celebrate the Manifesto launch and a conversation soliciting community input with the co-authors, Christina Lanzl, Robert Tullis AIA and Anne-Catrin Schultz at the BSA Space on October 23, 6-7:30pm. Christine Dunn AIA, Principal at Sasaki and BSA Board Director at Large, will moderate.
For those who qualify, 1.5 LU/HSWs are available.
To learn more about the Placemaking Network, visit architects.org/committees/placemaking-network.
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