Architecture for Humanity and the New York Chapter are looking for volunteers to help at their booth at Design Like You Give A Damn: LIVE! (DLYGAD) and Dwell on Design.
Making its return to New York, the 5th annual event will bring together innovators, designers and experts to explore issues surrounding designing for a more resilient world.
Hey everyone, hope life is doing you well!
In case you missed out, here is a brief summary of our September monthly meeting on the new and ongoing projects that our volunteers are currently undergoing:
1. Riverdale Immigrant Women's Centre (NEW!)
Job and volunteer opportunities available:
As part of an initiative for Architecture for Humanity New York’s tenth anniversary, the Chapter’s Board of Directors initiated a series of engagements that have led to this strategic plan, whose sole purpose is to guide the chapter into it’s next five years, and to elevate the chapter as well as its work and impact in New York City.
Architecture for Humanity - Detroit is participating at this year's Detroit Design Festival - Light Up Livernois Encore with:
DETROIT-O-POLIS :: PLAY, PARK, LEARN [the city].
An interactive installation that experiences the city through play.
The city becomes a playground, a game of chance and design, challenged and redefined (each time) by the movement of players and building pieces.
Sunday, September 28, 2014
Livernois Ave & Outer Drive
We are celebrating Rhode Island's first annual DesignWeek. There are events every day this week that showcase the many talented designers throughout our state.
We are going to cancel September's meeting to encourage everyone to attend the DesignWeek festivities. You can sign up for the events (both free and ticketed) here:
Our next regularly scheduled meeting will be held on the fourth Tuesday of October, 10/28 at the AIAri Windows space at 158 Washington Street in Providence.
Hope to see everyone at DesignWeekRI!
For the month of September, our monthly meeting will be held at Artscape Youngplace in Studio 108 (1st floor on the north end of the building) from 7pm - 8:30pm. The location is a few minutes walk away from Queen St. W and Shaw St.
Come out members new and old and see what volunteer opportunities and projects are available!
Hope to see you there! :)
Visit our park on parking day. The prototype park bench built after the winning design from our ParkFEST competition will be on display. Chapter Leaders will be on-hand to answer questions about our organization.
It's time for the Architecture for Humanity | Houston monthly meeting! Come learn about our organization and the local projects we have going.
We're currently working on an outdoor classroom at the Harbach-Ripley Community Center as well as a farmer's market tent for the Near Northside's Mercado de Northside, Grand Opening Friday October 17th.