A Legacy of Contribution: African-American Spatial Mythos in New York City
Feb 21, 2018
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2018-02-21 18:00:002018-02-21 20:00:00America/New_YorkA Legacy of Contribution: African-American Spatial Mythos in New York CityThe Diversity + Inclusion Commitee is proud to present:
Center for Architecture 536 LaGuardia Place New York NY 10012
Feb 21, 2018
1.5 LU / 1.5 HSW
The Diversity + Inclusion Commitee is proud to present: A Legacy of Contribution: African-American Spatial Mythos in New York City, apanel discussion spotlights historical spaces created around Black communities as part of their experience in New York City and other regions in America.
Professor Scott Ruff will present his research “African-American Spatial Mythos in New York City.” This work reflects on African-American urban enclaves and the role of cultural collective spaces as sites of sanctuary, celebration, and activism. Architect Roberta Washington will present research that retraces structures and spaces that fostered African-American captivity, activism, and eventual emancipation.
Both presentations will be followed by an illuminating conversation moderated by Professor and Architect Mark Gardner.
Speakers: Scott Ruff, Visiting Associate Professor of Architecture at Pratt Institute; Principal of RuffWorks Studio Roberta Washington, FAIA, Principal at Roberta Washington Architects Mark L. Gardner, AIA, NOMA Principal of Jaklitsch/Gardner Architects; Director of the Graduate Program in Architecture, Parsons the New School
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