Saturday, Nov 22, 2014, 9:00 AM—3:00 PM
Location: Higgins Hall South 111: Architecture Lecture (61 St. James Pl, Brooklyn, NY)
This symposium will bring together leaders of the advocacy architecture and participatory planning movement to discuss, in two panel discussions, the foundation and the future of participatory design and advocacy planning.
Participants will include founder of advocacy planning Roger Katan, New York Times architecture critic Michael Kimmelman, esteemed educators and planners Ken Reardon and Roberta Feldman, and other leaders of the advocacy architecture and participatory planning movement.
The event will also include an exhibition celebrating the community development work of Ron Shiffman, his collaborators, colleagues, and his many students on view during the evening.