• Image Credit: Kent State University's Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative's Center for Outdoor Living (COLD) Snowball Pavilion, Cleveland, 2013

Defining Public Interest Design

Thursday, January 26, 2017 5:30pm
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Meyerson Hall, Room B3

210 S 34th Street

Philadelphia, PA 19104

Join PennPraxis for a panel discussion with leaders from organizations across the United States working at the intersection of academia and public interest design. Explore what other institutions are doing to make recognized impact in their local urban communities, in design education, and in the design professions.

Panelists include:

  • John Peterson, Founder Public Architecture, Curator of Loeb Fellowship, Harvard Graduate School of Design
  • Terry Schwarz, Director, Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative, Kent State University
  • Barbara Brown Wilson, Cofounder of Design Futures, Assistant Professor of City and Regional Planning, University of Virginia

Moderated by Dean Fritz Steiner.