You are invited to a small and special benefit event here in the city on Thursday, December 9th. Your presence will support the Design Fellowship Program at Architecture for Humanity. Space is filling up, so please RSVP and purchase your ticket here.
Turk Pipkin will screen select Nobelity Project short films as well as unreleased clip from his upcoming full-length film that features the culmination of one of Architecture for Humanity’s projects, The Mahiga Rainwater Court. Additionally, a short presentation about Architecture for Humanity’s rebuilding efforts in Haiti will presented by Architecture for Humanity design fellow, Karl Johnson.
Lastly, a discussion about how designers are impacting the developing world will be facilitated by key staff of Architecture for Humanity, Turk Pipkin and Karl Johnson.
Wine and hors d'oeuvres will be served.
Ticket Price: $50
Time: 6:30pm to 9pm
Date: December 9th, 2010
Location: The home of Taylor Milsal,
Architecture for Humanity Board Member
2678 California Street, San Francisco, CA 94115
About the Design Fellowship Program at Architecture for Humanity:
This program enables Architecture for Humanity to achieve its on-the-ground impact in communities around the world, expose emerging designers to challenging experiences in community-driven architecture, and ensures our organization as a whole remains on the cutting edge of community development and good design.
Design Fellows collaborate with communities to develop thoughtful, innovative design solutions to address urgent needs and see those rough sketches all the way through construction. They volunteer their time and Architecture for Humanity provides support and mentoring to ensure that the experience is positive both for the design fellow and the community they serve.
Turk Pipkin is a filmaker, author and actor and is the founder of The Nobelity Project, a global education nonprofit that works with Nobel laureates and other leaders to advocate basic rights for every child. His feature documentary “One Peace at a Time”, filmed in 20 countries on 5 continents, includes a segment with Cameron Sinclair and Architecture for Humanity. The Nobelity Project is currently building Mahiga Hope High School in Kenya. Learn more about their work at nobelity.org