Meet and Match
Wednesday, October 17, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
San Francisco, CA
Cannon Design's Open Hand Studio is partnering with Public Architecture to host its second Meet and Match event on October 17, 2012 at Intersection for the Arts in San Francisco.
Join us for an evening which will highlight successful project partnerships, share potential project ideas in the Bay Area and provide participants with a wealth of knowledge on what resources are available for pro bono design in San Francisco. Attendees can discover organizations at their own pace, enjoy refreshments and “Meet and Match,” meet someone new and match skills with needs!
Registration is required, as tickets are complimentary and space is limited. Our ability to learn about attendees prior to the event will help us identify potential matches in advance.
Wednesday, October 17, 6-9 pm
- 6:00 pm -- Cocktails
- 6:30 pm -- Welcome and presentations
- 7:15 pm -- Meet and Match
When & Where
Early registration is now closed. We will be accepting on-site registrations at the event. Please join us!
Tweet your thoughts using #meetmatch2012 and follow the event on our tweetwall!
We're excited to announce our featured projects for the evening!
At Meet and Match, Douglas Burnham of envelope A+D, designer of the proxy project in Hayes Valley; Paul Woolford of HOK, an architecture firm that is making a significant contribution to San Francisco’s Mid-Market revitalization; and Beth Rubenstein of Out of Site, the nonprofit behind a community-designed parklet in Excelsior, will share how their innovative and collaborative projects have transformed their communities.