Film Screening: Reimagining the City as Our Own: Towards an Architecture of Inclusion
Reimagining the City as Our Own: Towards an Architecture of Inclusion
Film Screening: Thursday, February 18 from 6-7:30 pm PT
A Skywatchers video in collaboration with Irene Gustafson
You are invited to attend a screening of the Skywatcher's original documentary film, reimagining the city as our own (trailer: https://vimeo.com/448166814).
Skywatchers is a multidisciplinary community-based arts project that centers the urgent concerns of formerly unhoused residents of San Francisco’s Tenderloin district. We have the honor of being joined by Skywatchers ensemble members for a post-film conversation with professors Dr. Carolina Reid, Associate Professor in the Department of City and Regional Planning and the Faculty Research Advisor for the Terner Center for Housing Innovation, and Dr. Coco Auerswald, Associate Professor in the School of Public Health and co-founder/co-director of i4Y (Innovations for Youth) and the faculty lead for the Ending Youth Homelessness Catalyst Group. Look forward to a lively discussion highlighting the intersections of art, public health, and the design of public space.
ASL Interpreter provided
The event is free, but please register at tinyurl.com/reimagine6