The Robert E. Lewis Memorial Lecture, Feb. 28th, 2013 featuring Alexander Garvin::6:30pm

The Robert E. Lewis Memorial Lecture, Feb. 28th, 2013
featuring Alexander Garvin::The Planning Game

Thursday, Feb 28th::6:30pm Morgan State Univeristy’s CBEIS Building

FREE and open to the public

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Alexander Garvin, author of The Planning Game: Lessons from Great Cities asks: Can planners—or anyone—improve a neighborhood, city, suburb, or region? Planning does work and he’ll join us to explain how. His talk will provide a focused, thorough, and sophisticated overview of how planning works and discuss the public realm approach to planning—an approach that emphasizes the importance of public investments in what we own: streets, squares, parks, infrastructure, and public buildings.

Alexander Garvin, strategist of the public realm, is currently president and CEO of AGA Public Realm Strategists, a planning and design firm in New York City. He is adjunct professor of urban planning and management at Yale University, where he has taught a wide range of courses for forty-two years, including Introduction to the Study of the City, which has remained one of the most popular courses in Yale College.

 

Cost: FREE
1 AIA/CES credit

FREE and Open to the Public

The CBEIS building is located at the corner of Perring Parkway and Hillenwood Road (map here). The entrance to the parking garage is on the east side of the intersection.  For more information on the new Center for the Built Environment and Infrastructure Studies (CBEIS) building click here.

A special thank you to the MSU School of Architecture + Planning for providing this exceptional venue.

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The Robert E. Lewis Memorial Lecture is sponsored by the Baltimore Architecture Foundation through a gift from the family of architect Robert E. Lewis 

The Robert E. Lewis Memorial Lecture

The Baltimore Architecture Foundation has sponsored an annual lecture for most of its history.  The Robert E. Lewis Memorial Lecture brings an expert in the field of Architecture to our city for an evening of discussion about the built environment, be it focused on the work of an individual practitioner or an overarching topic.

**This lecture was originally scheduled for October of 2012. Due to Hurricane Sandy we have rescheduled it for Feb. 28th, 2013. The 2013 Lewis Lecture will take place this coming October. Speaker to be announced soon.