“GOOD NEIGHBORS, GREAT NEIGHBORHOODS” PART 2

Design Talk and Panel Discussion
Wednesday, June 5, 2019
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Modern Art Museum of Fort worth

“Good Neighbors, Great Neighborhoods” Part 2: The Open-Ended City: Why writing about neighborhoods and architecture matters
Complimentary Event
UTA Architecture professor, Kathryn Holliday, PhD, will present the Open-Ended City, her new book that collects the essays of architecture critic David Dillon. Dillon was a passionate advocate for writing about architecture as a tool for public education and advocacy, empowering citizens to demand better design for their cities and neighborhoods. Join us for a brief presentation by Dr. Holliday followed by a panel discussion with members of the Fort Worth architecture and media community.
Book signing immediately after

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