How do we create places that are meaningful and inclusive in a community? In light of the recent removal of several Confederate statues on Monument Avenue, these newly vacated public spaces have been, or will need to be, reimagined and remade into places that reflect Richmond's values. This webinar brings together several subject matter experts and stakeholders who will examine the concept of placemaking and its relevance on Richmond's "Grand Avenue."|
Nick Cooper, Principal and Design Director, HKS Architects and AIA Richmond President
Zena Howard, FAIA, Principal and Managing Director, Perkins&Will (North Carolina)
Burt Pinnock, FAIA, Principal and Chairman, Baskervill Architecture and Planning
Noah Simblist, Associate Professor and Chair of Painting and Printmaking, Virginia Commonwealth University
Julie Weissend, LEED AP, Dovetail Construction and Monument Avenue Resident
Note: This event will be conducted online via Zoom. Registrants will participate on their computer, iPad, or smartphone device. A link to this webinar will be sent to all registrants the day before the event. Please include a valid email address when you register.
The Branch House - Virginia Center for Architecture, Virginia Society AIA
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