Save March 29, 1:15 to 3pm for a conversation between current Loeb Fellow Helen Marriage and Rahul Mehrotra (professor of urban planning and design) about Sacred Spaces, the cultural transformation of our public spaces and the spiritual impact in an increasingly secular age.
April 5 - Streets of Gold
Ben Cameron, program director for the arts, Doris Duke Foundation, with Anita Contini, head of arts at Bloomberg Philanthropies join a discussion on how free public events are valued and, more pertinently, paid for. (Room 111)
April 12 - The City in Flux
Michael Morris, co-director of Artangel, celebrated producer of exceptional projects by outstanding contemporary artists, will reflect on the dynamic fluctuations of London over the last 20 years and the part Artangel has played in imagining the extraordinary in the public realm. (Room 111)
All events take place from 1:15pm – 3pm at Gund Hall, 48 Quincy Street, Cambridge. Check lobby signs for venues. Light refreshments will be served. This series is curated by Helen Marriage and sponsored by the Loeb Fellowship at Harvard GSD. For information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 617 495 9345.