Webinar: Building Equitable Public Spaces – Jul 21
Posted by Knight Foundation on July 21, 2020
Public spaces allow different people to collide and build a shared sense of local identity, as long as everyone is invited in. How do communities rebuild their public spaces in equitable and inclusive ways? What role do history, culture and the arts play in the future of urban spaces? On Episode 10 of Coast to Coast, we’ll hear from Walter Hood, a world renowned landscape architect, Knight Public Spaces Fellow, and creative director and founder of Hood Design Studio. Together, we’ll explore how urban spaces can preserve history and build community.
Date and Time: Tuesday, July 21, 1 p.m.
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