What's On Your Plate?

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SERVE!

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ICEbreaker

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ICEbreaker

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Shine a Light on Your Utility Rights

Don't Get Iced

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Don't Get Iced

Block Party

City Studies

Block Party
    • Thursday, September  1, 2011, 7pm
    • BMW Guggenheim Lab
      First Park
      Houston Street and Second Ave

CUP at Guggenheim Lab

CUP at Guggenheim Lab

On September 1st, CUP and Hester Street Collaborative led a presentation and discussion at the BMW Guggenheim Lab about design and social change. Christine Gaspar and Valeria Mogilevich from CUP joined Anne Frederick and Dylan House from HSC to present our organizations' models for collaboration between designers and community-based partners that help to engage local residents around planning issues, demystify complex public policy, and empower people to make real-world change in their communities.

The presentation in action: from left to right, Valeria, Dylan, Christine, and Anne.
The presentation in action: from left to right, Valeria, Dylan, Christine, and Anne.
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