In this 2015 Design Matters Conference breakout session, Jen Masengarb (Chicago Architecture Foundation) and Shawn Allee (WBEZ Chicago Public Media) led a discussion about the value of collaborations with Curious City as a case study. These radio stories originate with the public’s questions about Chicago, the region, and its people – past or present, air on Chicago's major public radio station, and with CAF's Masengarb as content expert and co-reporter.
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During the 2015 Design Matters Conference, we heard from a variety of organizations about their latest programming initiatives. Browse the slides from these 5-minute presentations by:
- Rebecca Johnson, Philadelphia Center for Architecture
- Cheryl Jacobs, Miami Center for Architecture & Design
- Alexa Bosse, Community Design Collaborative
- Jason Robbins, Storefront MB
As part of the closing panel discussion on the State of the Art of Architecture Organizations, Jason Robbins, board chair of Storefront MB, presented on the work of his organization. This photo slideshow offers a glimpse into their innovative programming and highlights their collaborations with architects and designers.
Garrett Karp, the Program Manager of Open House Chicago at Chicago Archtecture Foundation, presented a snapshot of the OHC program at the 2015 Design Matters Conference in Chicago, IL. These slides provide an overview of the audience statistics and number of sites, as well as a high level look at the goals of the festival.
During the 2015 Design Matters Conference, Dinu Bumbaru (Policy Director, Heritage Montreal) presented as part of the panel discussion "The State of the Art of Architecture Organizations." This slideshow summarizes the principles that Heritage Montreal applies for its policy and programs, and considers the various forces that contribute to the creation and protection of cultural heritage.
In this presentation from the 2015 Design Matters Conference, Courtney Speaman, Design Specialist at the National Endowment for the Arts, explains the Creativity Connects initiatiave that the NEA is undertaking as it celebrates its 50th anniversary. Learn more about the Infrastructure Report and the Creative Ecosystem Map, as well as a new grant opportunity to support partnerships between arts organizations and organizations from non-arts sectors.
This presentation was delivered by Carol Rhea, FAICP, President of the American Planning Association, and Mark Hinshaw, FAICP, FAIA, Walker Macy during the 2015 Design Matters Conference in Chicago, IL. It includes links to APA resources for the Kids Planning Toolbox, lesson plans, Great Places in American program, briefing papers, and publications that may inform AAO Members' public programs, educational programs, and exhibitions.
This presentation from Linda Sylvan (Executive Director, Rice Design Alliance) was delivered during the 2015 Design Matters Conference in Chicago, IL. The slides relay a 30-year public programming journey that saw Rice Design Alliance (RDA) advocate for rediscovery of Houston’s bayou system as a potent opportunity for creating much-needed public greenspace - advocacy conducted in the form of educational programming (e.g., publications, competitions, awards, public festivals) versus overt, directed political action.
This presentation from Dr. Robert Tai (Associate Professor of Science Education, Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia) was delivered at the Architecture + Design Education Network (A+DEN) Workshop during the 2015 Design Matters Conference in Chicago, IL. The slides provide a look into Tai’s research into seven instructional strategies commonly used in teaching STEM subjects to K-12 students.
This resource features presentations and a recording of the June 9, 2015 AAO Webinar on website redesign, presented by Jill Farley, Manager of Digital Initiatives, Chicago Architecture Foundation and Samantha Nelson, Executive Director, Boston By Foot. Find out what it takes to embark on a web project and hear tips on making the most of your platform. Even if a new website isn’t in your near future, get inspired to make small tweaks or start thinking about what a major overhaul could do for your organization.