San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join Art Center College of Design and the Civic Projects Foundation for an engaging and thoughtful panel discussion about The Car in 2035: Mobility Planning for the Near Future, a new book offering an artful and refreshingly multifaceted view of the future of mobility, focusing on the car, the street, and public policy in Southern California. Panelists and presenters include:
- Marco Anderson, Regional Planner, Southern California Association of Governments
- Christopher Gray, Senior Associate, Fehr & Peers
- Terry A. Hayes, Founder and Principal, Terry A. Hayes Associates Inc.
- Eric Noble, Founder and President, The CarLab
- Kati Rubinyi, Founder and Executive Director, Civic Projects Foundation
- Bill Trimble, Senior Planner, City of Pasadena
- Geoff Wardle, Executive Director, Graduate Transportation Design, Art Center College of Design
The Car in 2035 is a project of Art Center alumna and former faculty member Kati Rubinyi, who has brought together collaborators in the fields of planning, transportation, design and art—including educational leaders, faculty and alumni from Art Center—to create a lively mix of essays, images and interviews about our region’s automotive future over the next 20 years.
Given its position as one of the leading schools in transportation design, Art Center is deeply interested in the future of mobility, and the future of our infrastructure and communities addressed in The Car in 2035. Today, Art Center is building on its legacy of educating some of the world’s top automotive designers with a new Graduate program in Transportation Design for those students who want to revolutionize the vehicle manufacturing industry and reimagine compelling, sustainable and viable mobility solutions for an inspired future.
This event is free and open to the public. Once online registration is closed, individuals may register onsite on a first come, first served basis. The Car in 2035 will be available for purchase.
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Art Center College of Design
Founded in 1930 and located in Pasadena, California, Art Center College of Design is a global leader in art and design education. Art Center offers eleven undergraduate and six graduate degrees in a wide variety of art and design disciplines, as well as public programs for all ages and levels of experience.
Renowned for its ties to industry and professional rigor, Art Center is also the first design school to receive the United Nations' Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) status, providing students with opportunities to develop creative-based solutions for humanitarian and nonprofit agencies around the world.
During the College's 80-year history, Art Center alumni have had a profound impact on popular culture, the way we live and important issues in our society.