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Black architects bring their sense for community connectedness to current and future design within the Puget Sound region. When the community speaks, they want architects to listen and create built environments that serve livability while maintaining neighborhood character. Join us for a discussion with architects, cultural placemakers, and artists as they envision intentional and equitable development that is shaping our evolving communities.
Presented in partnership with the Black Heritage Society of Washington State (BHS).
CART captioning is available during the program. For accessibility support, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org two weeks before the program.
Speakers include Cynthia Brothers, Berette Macaulay, and Laurie Allison Wilson with a video message from Yolanda Barton.
Photo Credit: Cynthia Brothers
Location: MOHAI Microsoft Lakefront Pavilion
Cost: Included with Museum Admission / Free for MOHAI and BHS Members