Sustainability Seminar Series: Mirror, Mirror, A Design Approach to Facilitating Public Interaction in Urban Space‏

Natalia Dmuchowska, Environmental Design master’s student, will be presenting on A Design Approach to Facilitating Public Interaction in Urban Space. Her approach connects radical experiences posed by avant-garde Parisian activists from the 1960s, a body of theory known as psychogeography and a contemporary art festival, to create a complex and unique understanding of the public realm.

When: Thursday, January 19th, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Where: Environmental Design (Professional Faculties) Building, Room 2140
Students, staff, and faculty are encouraged to attend. Please forward this invite to anyone potentially interested in attending.

Upcoming Sustainability Series Seminars:

Ximena Gonzalez De Aguinaga, on All-inclusive tourism development: Contested Space in El Borrego, Las Islitas and Matanchén Beaches (Mexico,) January 26, 2:00 PM Room 2165
Judy Stewart, LL.M. on Low Impact Development:  Opportunities and Barriers for Implementation in Alberta, February 2, 2:00 PM Room 2165
David Cooper, Calgary Transit Planner, An Intensive Introduction to Transit PlanningFebruary 9, 2:00 PM


One comment

  1. Vanessa Urschel · January 17, 2012

    It’s unfortunate that the Sustainability Series Seminars are occurring at this time as the UNIV 207 Exploring Sustainability course that begins at 2pm and ends at 5pm on Thursdays! As a student enrolled in the Exploring Sustainability course, I don’t get the chance to participate in these Thursday 2pm events.

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