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Design and Social Impact: The Carpenter Art Garden

  • University Club of Memphis 1346 Central Avenue Memphis, TN 38104 (map)

AIA Memphis hosts the Third Thursday: Lectures on Local Design series on the third Thursday of each month. Open to the public, Third Thursdays are hosted by local architects and designers as they share their knowledge and experience with projects in the Mid-South and beyond.

Registration:
Required by contacting info@aiamemphis.org to RSVP.
Space is limited.

Deadline:
Deadline to register is Tuesday, January 16

Credits:
One (1.0) AIA/HSW LU

Cost:
$25 for members/corporate partners/students
$30 for non-members
includes lunch

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Design and Social Impact: The Carpenter Art Garden

presented by
Erin Harris, Executive Director | Carpenter Art Garden
Michael Hagge, Chair | Department of Architecture, The University of Memphis
Megan Hoover, Assoc. AIA | Looney Ricks Kiss

Architecture plays a powerful role in addressing social challenges and elevating the human experience. In partnership with clients and communities, designers strengthen neighborhoods and expand access to greater opportunities and resources for its citizens. AIA Memphis is excited to launch our 65th Anniversary year with this month's program which will explore:

  • The Power of Design and Social Impact through Community Partnerships
  • The Carpenter Art Garden, its origins, and its impact on the Binghampton neighborhood in Memphis, Tennessee
  • The Department of Architecture's AIAS Design+Build Studio Collaborations with Carpenter Art Garden
  • The Transformative Powers of Social Engagement: The Participant Experience
Earlier Event: December 8
Crow Friedman Seminar
Later Event: January 25
New Year's Member Party and Elections