Activism and Public Participation in San Francisco Architecture Today

In conjunction with our exhibition, Experiments in Environment: The Halprin Workshops, 1966–1971, we present an engaging public program with staff from several local architecture firms and non-profits. They will discuss key projects, programs, and moments where public engagement and social activism played an important role.

Panelists include: Haley Waterson, Landscape Architect from CMG Landscape Architecture, Amy Ress, Director of the 1+ Program for non-profit, Public Architecture, Daniel Simons, Principal for David Baker Architects, Dan Parham, co-founder of Neighborland, and John King, San Francisco Chronicle Urban Design Critic and moderator for the discussion.

WHEN

WHERE
California Historical Society – 678 Mission Street San Francisco, CA 94105 

http://experiments.californiahistoricalsociety.org/event/activism-and-public-participation-in-san-francisco-architecture-today/