Lulu Series: Art in the City presents Michael Henderson (HCMA)
|Date:||Thursday, Mar 15, 2018
6911 No. 3 Rd
|Price:||This Event is FREE
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Designers never stop learning. They constantly seek out new ways to understand the world and find solutions to complex problems. That curiosity often leads to technological innovation, valuable community engagement and ultimately to positive changes in people’s lives. Michael Henderson of HCMA Architecture + Design will describe how using outside the box approaches to collaboration and engagement allow his firm to achieve social impact through design and how creating a professional ecosystem where creativity and curiosity are celebrated can create a new approach problem-solving.
This talk will be preceded by a short performance by classically-trained harpist, Janelle Nadeau.
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Since 2003, the City of Richmond's Lulu Series: Art in the City program has presented international, national and regional speakers including acclaimed artists, architects, urban planners and other cultural leaders. From urban planning and placemaking to art as community development and urban revitalization, this engaging speakers series explores the relationship between art and our urban environment. Artists, urbanists and design enthusiasts from across Metro Vancouver are invited to attend three inspirational evening talks at Richmond City Hall.
This event is for Youth (Ages 13-18), Adult (Ages 18+) & 55+ (Ages 55 and over)
Disability access is available.
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