FREE to attend, registration required. Lecture begins at 6:00 pm followed by a reception.
This year’s Spring Design Lecture Series theme is Empowerment, Access, Co-Creation, Ethics. At the core of many of our social challenges is an asymmetrical power dynamic. This series explores the role of power in design and what it looks like for designers to facilitate its redistribution.
19 April 2018: Co-Creation
Hector is an urban design, planning & civic arts studio whose work shows how social relations and conflicts materialize through the design process. Hector partner Damon Rich was awarded a 2017 MacArthur Fellowship, recognizing him as “a designer and urban planner creating vivid and witty strategies to help residents exercise power within the public and private processes that shape our cities.”
Lectures are held at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) in Falvey Hall of the Brown Center.
The lecture location is within walking distance of several public transit options including:
-UB/Mount Royal Light Rail Stop
-Circulator Bus (Purple Line) at N. Charles and Mount Royal Avenue
-Penn Station: Amtrak/MARC
100 free parking spots will be available in the RK&K parking lot at 81 W Mosher St, Baltimore. The lot is located at the east end of Mosher Street, one block east of Mt. Royal Avenue and accessible from the northbound lane only. The lot will close at 9pm.