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NOMA 2020 Conference – Spatial Shifts: Reclaiming our Cities

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NOMA 2020 Conference – Spatial Shifts: Reclaiming our Cities

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Together, October 14-18, 2020, we will explore ways in which can break down barriers to creating meaningful projects, share ways to remix the role of the designer, and unpack new approaches to the design processes of our built environment. Each one of us will find our ikusasa, Yoruba for future or progress, to forge our path towards progression.

Cities are changing. Populations and economies in Oakland, Dakar, and beyond. Globally, our cities are changing from population to economies near and far. We, as designers, community members, leaders, and environmental stewards, need to be prepared to champion and shift the issues of our current structures to more equitable systems. We must fight to provide access for all to quality public spaces and create opportunities for the masses to enter and engage in our professions.

There is a gap between design development and who ultimately declares what is built in our community. Reckoning with the past, we need to question who has a right to ownership and who has a voice in the design process to build a better future. As a virtual conference, we will collectively explore and share ways to reshape our communities, to fill those gaps in design justice, and move towards a new renaissance.

CEU’s, seminars, panel discussions, parties, competitions. It all begins when you register today. Members get a better deal so you might as well go ahead and become a member today while you’re at it.

Attend #NOMASpatialShifts2020:

  • Get entrance to all events and sessions
  • Access to exhibitions and job fairs
  • Meet your favorite speakers
  • Get extended access to all audio and video files
  • Chat rooms, cocktail hours, parties, and more

Themes include:  

  • THEMES 1 – Who Belongs? – Policy & Politics 
  • THEME 2 – Culture: Space and Urban Structure 
  • THEME 3 – Housing – Place, Space, Consumption, and Production
  • THEME 4 – SUSTAINABLE JUSTICE: Grounding In Green  
  • THEME 5 – THE EXPANDED ROLE OF THE ARCHITECT: Reclaiming Design, Development & Technology 
  • THEME 6 – Professional Practice  THEME 7 – OAKLAND INTERSECTION: Make Visible Your Call to Action

Details

Start:
October 15
End:
October 18
Cost:
$150 – $200
Website:
http://noma.net

Organizer

National Organization of Minority Architects
Phone:
2028188653
Email:
executive@noma.net
Website:
noma.net

Venue

DCUnited States+ Google Map
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