On September 8, join the BlackSpace Urbanist Collective for an introduction to the importance of culturally relevant and affirming design principles and how they use design as a tool to create and preserve inclusive spaces. Participants will engage in a BlackSpace facilitated discussion on the role of Black spaces in personal and professional life. Groups will share tools and thoughts on creating and conserving Black spaces.
This workshop will be a thought and action session, providing participants with a chance for deeper discussion and collaboration about the importance of cultural presence between multiracial urbanist audiences. Limited to 35 people. Open to all professionals, students, and the design curious. No design experience needed.
$15 Museum Member | $10 Student | $20 Non-member
This program qualifies for 1 LU/HSW (AIA), 1 PDH (LA CES/ASLA).
This program will be presented live via Zoom. Once you register, staff will contact you within five (5) business days to complete your registration. Your reservation is confirmed only once we have received payment. Once you submit payment, you will receive a link for the Zoom meeting.