Designing for Dignity: How Neighborhood Development Can Do More

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Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland

11400 Euclid Avenue

Cleveland, OH 44106

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Is inequity hardwired into the design of our neighborhoods, homes and public buildings? If so, could equity and dignity be woven back in by placing people at the heart of the design process?

Enterprise Community Partners is pleased to host John Cary at Museum of Contemporary Art for a public keynote and conversation about how design can be used as a force for social change.

An architect by training, John has devoted his career to expanding the practice of design for the public good. His new book is called Design for Good: A New Era of Architecture for Everyone and the subject of his new TED talk, titled “How architecture can create dignity for all.”

+++ Cocktail reception begins at 6pm // Keynote begins at 7pm +++

Free and open to the public.


This event is part of the 2019 Affordable Housing Design Leadership Institute hosted by Enterprise Community Partners. This national institute brings together innovative developers and designers annually to solve some of affordable housing's most pressing design challenges. In 2018, AHDLI was presented with the Collaborative Achievement Award by the American Institute of Architects and named a Top 5 housing innovator by Hive for Housing. The 2019 AHDLI is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.

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