Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) announces Architecture & Urbanism for Justice, a virtual series of free courses presented by the museum and intended for teen and adult designers, non-designers, activists, organizers and individuals interested in more equitable approaches to architecture and urbanism.
Participants will get the chance to learn about the Design Justice movement, discuss case studies in action and insights, and explore resources that will help participants define, ideate and respond to injustices within their own communities. Classes will be informative, collaborative and interactive, and will be informed by the expertise and wisdom of those already working in the field.
Architecture & Urbanism for Justice courses will be held every other Monday from 6:30-8:30pm beginning Monday, September 21 through November 30. Participants can register for each free online event here, under each event page.