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I remember the first time I saw you. It was a summer day in 2010. I had just come to Baltimore and I was still trying to take it all in, and then, through the trees I saw you. You reminded me more of my time in South Korea than anything I’d seen in the States.
A lot of important moments in my life happened before or after stopping by to visit you. There are a lot of bars in Fells Point, and considering I don’t really like bars, there are reasons I would insist on The Horse when it was my turn to pick where to go.
This lecture and the discussion to follow will enlarge the conversations prompted by the Baltimore unrest to deepen the dialogue for the architectural community and the public on the role that architects, architecture and urban design can play in facilitating a more inclusive, equitable, and ‘open city.’