Author: Thomas E. Low AIA CNU LEED AICP NCARB, Director, Civic By Design
What do you love most about Charlotte’s build environment?
Charlotte’s changing fast — and more massive new developments are coming every week. Are there ways we can help shape that growth? Political leaders, developers, planners, designers and ordinary citizens all hold pieces of the necessary knowledge. We need to learn from each other … and especially to learn how to talk together about what makes a well-planned livable city. Time for CIVIC DESIGN 101 ! Since 2005, Charlotte’s long-running Civic By Design Forum has brought people together to discuss local growth issues. In 2017 the Forum begins a series of monthly workshops aimed at helping people of every background become informed, active participants in the city’s growth. Course attendees will receive a Certificate in Civic Design for participating in a minimum of 4 workshops. The course and certification are free and open to the public. Together let’s raise the bar in 2017!
For our February session of CIVIC DESIGN 101, please join us as perhaps a warm-up to venturing out into our beautiful city on Valentine’s Day.
Join us, share your opinion, and receive a box of #candyhearts.
CIVIC BY DESIGN 101
Tuesday, February 14, 2016
5:30pm — 6:30pm
Levine Museum of the New South
Free and open to the public
Free car and bike parking at 7th the Street transit station
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PARTNERS: Levine Museum of the New South http://www.museumofthenewsouth.org/
The mission of Civic By Design is to elevate the quality of our region’s built environment and to promote public participation in the creation of a more beautiful and functional region for all. We achieve our mission by engaging and uniting businesses, non-profits, academic institutions, municipal governments, and citizens through civic design consulting including our monthly course. The course is free and open to the public continually active since 2005. The course is presented with the Levine Museum of the New South. We are sponsored through partnerships with the Foundation for the Carolinas, Crossroads Charlotte, American Institute of Architects Charlotte, the Congress for the New Urbanism Carolinas, the Charlotte Sierra Club, the US Green Building Council Charlotte, City of Belmont, Charlotte Mixed-Income Housing Coalition, CORA Architecture Charlotte, Institute of Classical Architecture and Classical America, American Planning Association, Public Art Program of Charlotte’s Arts & Science Council, City of Charlotte Transportation and Planning, Charlotte Center City Partners, Sustain Charlotte, TreesCharlotte, Plan Charlotte, Charlotte Film Society, 100 Gardens, Better Cities & Towns, Art in Transit, School of Architecture Master of Urban Design Program University of North Carolina @ Charlotte, Hope For Architecture, and participants like you. Thomas E. Low AIA CNU LEED AICP NCARB, Director, Civic By Design, © 2017