Archeworks 2013-14 Sustainable Urban Design Certificate Program

Use your design skills to drive community and environmental change. Join Archeworks 2013-14 Sustainable Urban Design Certificate Program and collaborate on exciting public interest design partnerships with NeighborSpace and the Regional Transportation Authority.

Community Garden Design Innovation: Preserving Urban Growing Space
Partner: NeighborSpace
Develop design strategies to assist this citywide network of 85 volunteer-led community gardens. Strengthen community engagement, improve garden productivity, and promote stewardship of neighborhood space.

Enhancing the Public Transit Experience through Integrated Design
Partner: Regional Transportation Authority
Bring integrated design thinking to a busy multi-modal transportation center. Enhance rider experience, improve communication and wayfinding, and promote the station as an accessible hub for commuters, tourists and residents.

We are seeking emerging and mid-career participants with experience in communications/graphic design, wayfinding, user experience, industrial design, urban planning, architecture, landscape architecture, and related areas of expertise to join the Archeworks design team.

Interested candidates are encouraged to submit an application by September 3, 2013. We will continue to accept applications on a space-available basis until the program starts on September 24, 2013. Visit for more information and to download application materials.

Archeworks is a multidisciplinary design educator that advances design in the public interest and inspires collaborative action to shape healthy, sustainable and equitable communities.

Hilary Gabel Program Manager
625 N Kingsbury St Chicago, IL 60654
312 867 7254

By AIGA Chicago
Published August 29, 2013
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