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Southern Sahara & Partners Presents:
“What Africa Will You Build?”
DATE: Wednesday 3rd December 2014
TIME: 6 – 9pm
LOCATION: M. Clary Theater at the Student Success Center, Georgia Tech
Southern Sahara Nigeria, Africa Atlanta 2014 and NOMAtlanta invites you to an evening of exploration into the arts and architecture of Africa, featuring a premier photo exhibition of contemporary African architecture, and provoking discussions from designers and developers visiting from Nigeria, Ghana, the Caribbean and US. The evening also includes an engaging panel discussion exploring modern African Architecture from leading African and US architects, designers, builders and planners.
Architect; Boye Akinola
Builder; Dennis Harold
Architect; Nadine Levy
Engineer; Nony Mbaezue
Architect; Emmanuel Odai
Moderator: Planner & African Architecture Historian
The evening also introduces the Community Planning and Design Initiative Africa, (CPDIAfrica.org), a culture inspired initiative created to engage built environment professionals in developing a new architectural language for Africa, through design competition. You can go to the competition website (cpdiafrica.org) for additional details.
The evening offers the ideal opportunity for local and international design professionals to engage in dialogue for collaboration on such innovative urban development projects in Africa. Please contact Nmadili Okwumabua at 678-650-9145, firstname.lastname@example.org for additional event information.
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The Atlanta Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) is currently one of the largest chapters in the nation, with Professional, Associate and Corporate members. Our members represent all areas of the Atlanta Metropolitan Area. NOMA Atlanta’s mission seeks to champion diversity in Atlanta community by promoting the excellence, community engagement, and professional development of its members. This mission is accomplished by networking, linking, advocating, promoting, partnering, sponsoring, mentoring and providing advise to support diversity in metro Atlanta.