Minneapolis- St. Paul
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Location: Precision Grind
2223 E Franklin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55404
1. Introductions! (6:00-6:10)
2. UPDATE: Mobile Market with Leah Driscoll from the Wilder Center (Tim/Erin 6:10-6:35)
3. Typhoon Haiyan Project – New News? (Sishir 6:35-6:45)
4. UPDATE: Somali Boarding School/HARUN Proposal (Becca, Tim, Erin 6:45-7)
5. Anything else?
6. After Party “Dinner” @ some local nearby joint? :)
Happy Spring-like weather!!!
Please send me any agenda items you may have for our upcoming April meeting on the 15th (the IRS also has something on their agenda for that day as well- Don't forget to file!!).
I'll send out the agenda late next Sunday.
About 5 cups of coffee add up to what it takes to be a member of Architecture for Humanity. With $25, you can support the Los Angeles Chapter of a global non-profit organization that uses design to alleviate a spectrum of local and global community issues. And as much as we all love our coffee, we couldn't possibly ask you to forego 5 cups of coffee - so, join us for some coffee during our next general meeting sponsored by RNL Design.
When: April 16th, 6:00pm-8:00pm
Architecture for Humanity New York is happy to announce that on Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014 at 6:30PM, we will be hosting a 2 hour design charrette for the construction of BENCHES, in partnership with New York Cares. For important information see the bottom.
Design workshop & lecture!
On May 3rd, 2014, Architecture for Humanity Toronto initiates a series of lectures and workshops titled, “Incremental Strategy for Vertical Neighborhoods in Toronto”, based upon the work of Europe-based architect, Filipe Balestra. His participation involves with a free opening lecture followed by a design workshop held in the afternoon for students and young professionals.
Through the “Made Resilient” event, we hope to test the boundaries of perception regarding what makes Portland a truly “Resilient” city by creating a platform for community members to gather and share their ideas, the measures they have taken, and the resources they have utilized in helping their sector of the community become disaster ready.