The second season of our Queries & Theories webcast series will address challenges and opportunities for universality in design. How can we as planners, architects, interior designers, urban designers, and preservationists, further engage and support underserved communities of constituents, including minorities, people with differing physical abilities, and those who have experienced grief or trauma?
In the cultural realm in particular, a focus on inclusivity in the design of museums, galleries, performance halls, parks, and memorials is paramount. This is especially relevant now as we begin to gather again in these public spaces and venues. Our new series of Queries & Theories webcasts will offer a timely exploration of how to launch and sustain an inclusive and responsive planning process. We will also examine opportunities, tools, and techniques to dramatically expand accessibility for visitors, including the creative use of sensory mapping and building information models.
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Q&T Season 2
Creating Shared Experiences
BIM: Information Access for All
Sensory Design & Inclusive Experiences
Inclusive Art Experiences by Design
Q&T Season 1
Queries & Theories: Cultural Heritage & Climate Action
Queries & Theories: Creating Equitable Communities
Queries & Theories: Embodied Carbon and Climate Action
Queries & Theories: Creating Healthy Communities
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