Architect Magazine features The Hip Hop Architecture Camp.
The Hip Hop Architecture Camp was held every Saturday in the month of February, in Madison Wisconsin. The camp was sponsored by The City of Madison's Planning Department, Capital Area Regional Planning Commission, Madison Public Library, Madison College and University of Wisconsin School of Education and focused on allowing the youth to participate in the creation of Madison's comprehensive plan, which looks 20 years into the future planning of The City.
I am honored to be asked to be invited to judge The American Institute of Architect’s third annual I Look Up Film Challenge which invites architects and filmmakers to collaborate in bringing architectural stories to life. This year’s challenge calls for films that highlight projects and architects that are helping to change communities for the better.
On June 7, 2017, ESPN Undefeated featured The Hip Hop Architecture Camp.
On the final day of AIA Conference on Architecture 2017, a panel of innovators and a famed behavioral scientist took the stage in Orlando with a theme of "Anticipate Change," addressing what's next for architecture and design's evolution.
The panel, led by Frances Anderton, host of DnA: Design and Architecture, featured Michael Ford, Assoc. AIA; Cheryl McAfee, FAIA; and Nóra Demeter, Intl. Assoc. AIA, all speaking to the opportunities at architecture's frontier. "The theme today should be called 'affect change,' because each of these designers is really trying, and achieving, to steer the profession in new directions in terms of access and architectural expression itself," Anderton said.