Reverberations | The Roots and Relevance of Community Design is the Association of Community Design’s 41st Annual Conference, hosted by the Neighborhood Design Center. This is an annual event that brings together community members, faculty and students, architecture, design and planning firms, nonprofit organizations, and local governments invested in community-engaged design.
This year’s event will facilitate conversation about strategies to dismantle systemic conditions that give rise to inequality. Through critical analysis, reflection, and dialogue, we’ll deepen our understanding of and influence on the intersection of community design, racial equity, and environmental justice.
Station North Neighborhood (MICA, Impact Hub, YNOT Lot, University of Baltimore Law School) with HQ at The Motorhouse.
June 8-9, 2018 with an Environmental Justice Pre-Conference on June 7th.
Early Bird Rates are available through May 1st! Register today!
Register for your place at this one-of-a-kind conference and add-on events throughout the long weekend! Add-on events include an Environmental Justice Pre-conference day, as well as Curator Tours of exhibitions at the National Building Museum.
Are you interested in supporting this event? Would you like to sponsor a travel scholarship, the video documentation costs, or a key speaker? Click the button for more information on Reverberations| the Roots and Relevance of Community Design conference sponsorship opportunities.