The American Planning Association—Inland Empire Section invites planners, designers, architects, artists, and the community at large to participate in an unprecedented event that highlights the creative eye and critical thinking of two nationally-recognized and award-winning artists: James Rojas and Douglas McCulloh. The program will be centered around the idea that anyone can be an urban designer to address neglect and resiliency; all it takes is imagination, desire, and the opportunity to improve quality of life in our neighborhoods.
The program includes:
- Guided tour of In the Sunshine of Neglect at RAM and UCR Arts.
- Community Engagement Interactive Place It! Workshop.
- Presentations about The Cheech and the City of Riverside’s Latino Historic Context Statement.
- An hour is set aside for lunch and to walk around downtown.
Registration is free, but limited. Register promptly at ies-apa.org.
For additional information, please contact Miguel Vazquez at 951.966.5799 or email@example.com.