The social architecture concept is an important urban planning approach to making everyone feel included, from deprived communities to affluent neighborhoods. It influences minority groups, social systems, digital spaces (like media and applications), and so much more. The ultimate goal is to design environments that encourage a desired range of social behaviors to surface and reveal the needs that are not always represented.
If you're ready to stir things up, join Simone Yael in taking actionable steps towards community change through the lens of social architecture, entrepreneurship and community development. You'll work together to throw your stick into the fire in order to break down what is happening and to rebuild a better now.
- What is Social Architecture?
- Who are we? What is our Mission? What is our Manifesto?
- Identify Community Needs & Project Plan
- How to Implement Actionable Steps
- Actionable steps towards community change
The link to the Zoom event will be sent out to you via email a day before the event and again the afternoon of the event.
As a Social Architect, Simone Yael approaches her work as a multi-disciplinary creative with so much curiosity. Rooted in the Midwest, with a background in Theatre and through her collective —Creator. Brand— Simone curates guerrilla performances and fashion experiences as a way to build connections, community and resources with other creatives around the world.
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CODE OF CONDUCT
By registering to attend this event, you agree to abide by AIGA Chicago Code of Conduct. The Code of Conduct may be found here. https://www.aiga.org/code-of-conduct
Special thanks to Leslie Presto and Eric Irving for planning this event.