Posted by Sarah Bush Brady on Sep 23, 2010
Architects are designing in the communities they live in around the world. Though they bring technical expertise to the work, they often lack community development skills that are important to effecting change on the ground. Now is the time to begin training architects to become community developers and leaders. At Design Like You Give a Damn: LIVE! we will share the tools and knowledge needed to bring architects to the decision-making table.
Be a catalyst for sustainable community development. Join us to share your knowledge and participate in a showcase of innovative design and one-on-one workshops.
DESIGN LIKE YOU GIVE A DAMN: LIVE!
When: October 15 4:30-7pm, October 16 12-8pm
Where: Center for Architecture, 536 Laguardia Place, New York City
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15
Opening Event and Cocktail Reception
The 2010 Curry Stone Design Prize finalists present on their nominated designs. Presentations will followed by a cocktail reception.
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16
Workshops and Design Open Mic
• 12-6pm (ongoing)
Design Open Mic
An opportunity for humanitarian designers to share their work with the public through informal presentation and conversation throughout the day.
Sign up to showcase your work
Workshop: Innovative Financing Models
Learn best practices for innovative financing of international humanitarian design projects
Workshop: Successful Monitoring and Evaluation Practices
Hear how to effectively monitor and evaluate international humanitarian design projects
Workshop: The Client Perspective on Community Design
Clients speak about their experiences benefiting from community-led design from the ground level, lessons learned and the way forward
Closing Cocktail Reception
Reception following the presentations and day's events. All are invited to celebrate.
$20 general admission I $30 day of the event
$15 students I $20 day of the event
SPECIAL THANK YOU
AIA New York Center for Architecture • Architectural Digest • Kashi • Yutaka Takiura
Architecture for Humanity Community Builders
ARUP • Bezos Family Foundation • Clifford Curry • Paul Gabie • The Harnisch Foundation •
Patricia Hilis • Niama Jacobs • Michelle Kaufmann • Scott Mattoon • Taylor Milsal • Narry Singh • Margaret Gould Stewart • James Stuckey, NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate • Tides Foundation