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Designing Boston: "Creative Community Engagement"

October 27, 2015 | 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Price: Free and open to the public.
Where: BSA Space, 290 Congress Street, Boston

Designing Boston: "Creative Community Engagement"

The cities of Boston and Cambridge are launching citywide planning processes this fall; for Boston, it’s the first in 50 years. Both promise creative “engagement,” but what does that mean? What should they consider? What are some of the most creative and unique ideas that involve citizens in planning their city?

Join a panel of national speakers from Boston to Denver to Dallas, as they share new approaches to community outreach and to inspire our cities to be equally creative.

Michael Ross, attorney, Prince Lobel Tye

Katarzyna Balug, cofounder, Department of Play
Mariko Davidson, managing director, Emerson Engagement Lab
Lizzie MacWillie, senior public designer at buildingcommunityWORKSHOP
Ken Snyder, CEO, PlaceMatters

About the Designing Boston Series
This series provides a forum to discuss current trends and concerns in architecture and urban planning that may shape Boston’s future. Topics include designing for transportation, walkability, and climate change, and meeting housing demands of this growing city. Go to series page.

This program is supported by the BSA Foundation and the Ada Louise Huxtable Fellowship at the Boston Architectural College.

For those who qualify, 2 LUs are available

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