Architecture for Humanity - SF
Wednesday, March 31, 2004
Mar 31 Redefining Community, Recreating Space
Diversity Lecture Series 6 PM, Nahl Hall, CCA
Oakland campus Artists and educators Keith Thomas and Julio Morales, both CCA faculty members, will explore creative collaborations bringing together artists, youth, community agencies, schools, and public institutions to successfully re-create public space.
4/1/04 Livable Berkeley Presents Affordable Housing Architect David Baker
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Berkeley Central Library Community Room (third floor)
David Baker is a strong advocate of affordable housing that takes into consideration environmental factors such as parking, transportation, and the need for walkable urban neighborhoods. Refreshments will be served. For more information, visit www.livableberkeley.org.
About Livable Berkeley: Livable Berkeley is a broad-based organization that advocates smart growth and sustainable development in Berkeley, California. The mission of Livable Berkeley is to harness the forces of change to improve our city and quality of life, preserve the environment, and offer increased housing, employment and transportation opportunities for current and future generations.