Imagine Boston 2030 is thrilled to invite you to a series of three conversations on April 27th, May 3rd & 9th with expert panelists to discuss the future of our city.
Please see full details below.
All events are FREE and open to the public!
All events are 6-8pm, doors open at 5:30pm
Please see below for location information
The History & Future of Planning in Boston
Thursday, April 27
Renée Loth, Moderator, ArchitectureBoston magazine
Madhu Dutta-Koehler, Director, City Planning Program and Urban Affairs, Boston University
Chris Grimley, Author, Heroic: Concrete Architecture and the New Boston
Mel King, Author, Chain of Change
Ted Landsmark, Director, Dukakis Center, Northeastern University, Board member, BPDA
Tunney Lee, MIT, Department of Urban Studies
Fred Salvucci, Senior Lecturer, MIT and former Secretary of Transportation for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (1983-1990)
The Role of Philanthropy in the Future of Our City
Wednesday, May 3
Historic Faneuil Hall, 2nd Floor, Great Hall (Boston, MA 02109)
Sacha Pfeiffer, Moderator, The Boston Globe
Jim Canales, Barr Foundation
Paul Grogan, The Boston Foundation
Jocelyn Sargent, Hyams Foundation
How Academic Institutions Play a Role in Boston's Future
Tuesday May 9
Alex Krieger, Moderator, Professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Design
Dr. Robert A. Brown, Boston University
Dr. Pam Y. Eddinger, Bunker Hill Community College
Dr. Zorica Pantić, Wentworth Institute of Technology
Dr. Lee Pelton, Emerson College
Dr. Valerie Roberson, Roxbury Community College
If you have any questions, please contact Natalia Urtubey.