Experiential workshops of 90 minutes will be led by teams of designers and facilitators of dialogue and deliberation to work with up to 20 participants in exploration of key challenges and opportunities facing West Virginia communities today.
- HEALTHY COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
SALLY HURST, WV
- DESIGN MEETS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
MARGARET STOUT, WVU
- DESIGN CHARRETTE TOWN TO GOWN SPACES
PETER BUTLER, WVU
- LIVING ON THIS PLANET IN 50 YEARS
EMILY GARTON, DC
- RESPECT +REBELLION
LIZ JOYNER, FL
- PLACE-BASED SONGWRITING
CHRIS HADDOX, WVU
- DIGNITY + RIGHTEOUS ANGER
USRA GHAZI, DC
- COMPASSIONATE LISTENING
- COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
RJ THOMPSON, OH
- MAKER SPACES/3rd PLACES
RYAN CLIFFORD, KS
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Kristin Hughes is a designer and educator at Carnegie Mellon University whose innovative work in at-risk communities exemplifies the benefit of fusing design with community engagement to address complex social problems.
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March 28, a community dinner 6:30 to 8:00
Breaking bread together, meeting each other one-on-one is the best way to start. We invite you to do just that, sponsored by the Greater Morgantown Interfaith Association, local organizations and restaurants. Sufi and bluegrass music provided. location: Spruce St. United Methodist Church.