Link to New Grounds for Design Education Panel Discussion
Thank you for your continued attention and actions towards anti-racist transformation of design education and practice, in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.
We’re writing to share a few links of interest.
The Youtube video of the New Grounds for Design Education Panel Discussion sponsored by the New York Review of Architecture. Transcripts of the discussion and the Zoom chat are soon to be released.
From the Architectural League of NY, Reimagine, a workshop for the class of 2020. This workshop will connect recent graduates across design disciplines with each other and mentors to discuss the future of the design profession. The conversations will culminate in a round table on October, 7, 2020 and an exhibition on archleague.org. Submissions to participate are due August 24 at 11:59 p.m. EDT.
Kendall Nicholson from the ACSA asks a critical question: Where Are My People? Black in Architecture. This series measures the racial equity gaps in design education as well as the profession.
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