The second half of the year-long Green New Deal Superstudio initiative is underway, with spring studios kicking off in January and groups and individuals continuing their work through June 2021. In this webinar, participants from the fall semester share their approaches and lessons learned from the process of engaging with policy in design through university courses and group work. Join us for insights to help inform your participation in the Superstudio as a faculty member, student, or other group or individual, or simply to learn more about the innovative work being done.
COST: Free and open to all
• Denise Hoffman Brandt, Professor and Director of Landscape Architecture, The City College of New York
• Danielle Zoe Rivera, Assistant Professor of Environmental Design, University of Colorado Boulder
• Linda C. Samuels, Associate Professor in Urban Design, Washington University in St. Louis
• Adam Scott (SWA) and Maddie Clark (Design Workshop), independent group of emerging professionals
IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO SIGN UP TO PARTICIPATE!
Spread the word! The Superstudio is an open call for designs that spatially manifest the principles and policy ideas of the Green New Deal with regional and local specificity. Participation is open to graduate and undergraduate programs of landscape architecture, architecture, planning, and related fields as well as professional practices and individuals in these fields.