Tonight Monday May 11, 2020.
There is a zoom presentation to be given by K-State Architecture Grad students on “Positive Social Interventions for the Citizens of Northeast KC Neighborhoods”
This is the second, and final presentation, of two presentations. The session will be presented by a 5th year Master of Architecture studio from Kansas State University. The thirteen architecture students are in the final studio of their academic career and their thesis projects are located in Northeast Kansas City. Their design proposals are focused on reflecting positive social interventions for the citizens of Northeast KC neighborhoods.
The students have spent eight months exploring and researching Northeast KC, working to understand the culture, history, and diversity of the area. Their designs are based on this research and informed by the feedback attained during a community visioning session, hosted by the chamber, in February. The group’s intention in meeting with members of Northeast KC is to share the results of their thesis proposals and invite comments, with the hope that their ideas will have a positive impact on the discourse of the future of Northeast KC neighborhoods. They hope Northeast residents will join them in listening to these aspiring architects share their vision of creative and impactful place making in Northeast Kansas City and to share their thoughts on the students’ design propositions.
Log in for this presentation: Wendy Ornelas invites those interested to check in with a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: KSU Architecture Design Presentation
Time: May 11, 2020 05:30 PM Central Time (US and Canada
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