Water|Ways Exhibit at the Historical Society of Baltimore County
May
25
to Jul 6

Water|Ways Exhibit at the Historical Society of Baltimore County

The Historical Society of Baltimore County (HSBC) will be the first of six Maryland sites to host Water/Ways, a traveling Smithsonian Institution exhibition, brought to the state by the Maryland Humanities’ Museum on Main Street program. Water/Ways will be open to the public in the historic Almshouse in Cockeysville for six weeks, from May 25 to July 6, 2019, during HSBC’s 60th anniversary year.

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"deserted": An APA Maryland Film Screening Event
Jun
27
5:00 PM17:00

"deserted": An APA Maryland Film Screening Event

Lack of access to food with nutritional value, is an endemic problem across our country. In Baltimore City, many neighborhoods offer little in the way of decent choices for residents. This film attempts to raise awareness through the stories of people trying to make a difference and reclaim their right to nutritious food.

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Displacement and Dispossession: Calls for Action and Resistance
Jun
21
to Jun 22

Displacement and Dispossession: Calls for Action and Resistance

The Planners Network National Steering Committee invites proposals for the 2019 conference. “Displacement and Dispossession: Calls for Action and Resistance” will take place on Friday, June 21 and Saturday, June 22, 2019 simultaneously in a few locations: presently confirmed: Montréal, Québec, Canada; and New York City.

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2019 AIA Baltimore and BAF Spring Lunchtime Lectures: Design with Dredge
May
23
12:00 PM12:00

2019 AIA Baltimore and BAF Spring Lunchtime Lectures: Design with Dredge

1 AIA/CES HSW LU available | 1 LA CES LU available

The free Lunchtime Lecture Series explores how local firms, design practitioners, and allied organizations are putting the big ideas of the Spring Lecture Series into practice. In the Baltimore Architecture Foundation’s tradition of free brown bag lunchtime presentations, please bring your lunch and join us for this talk and discussion to follow. AIA CEUs are eligible for self-reporting.

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TransportationCamp Baltimore
May
18
9:00 AM09:00

TransportationCamp Baltimore

TransportationCamp is an equitable, crowd-sourced transportation forum held every year in at least ten different cities around the world. TransportationCamp started in New York City and San Francisco in 2011, but an ever-growing list of participating cities now includes Montreal, Washington, D.C., Atlanta, Boston, Pittsburgh, Seattle, Toronto, Ithaca, Anaheim, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Colorado, Melbourne, Philadelphia, Chicago, and now Baltimore. After a successful entrance into the TransportationCamp family in 2018, TransportationCamp Baltimore is back for a second year!

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Save the Date: 2019 ACS Data Users Conference
May
14
to May 15

Save the Date: 2019 ACS Data Users Conference

  • American University Washington College of Law (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Save the Date! The Population Reference Bureau (PRB) is organizing next year’s ACS Data Users Conference in partnership with the U.S. Census Bureau and with guidance from an ACS Data Users Group Steering Committee. More information about the conference will be posted on the ACS Online Community website in early November.

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Design Conversation #99 - Flourish - South Baltimore's Waterfront
May
8
5:30 PM17:30

Design Conversation #99 - Flourish - South Baltimore's Waterfront

Hosted in conjunction with the AIA Baltimore/Baltimore Architecture Foundation’s Spring Lecture Series on ‘Edge: Harbor and City’ and with APA Maryland.
How does the waterfront work for South Baltimore’s neighborhoods? What’s happening on the frontiers of equitable community development?

We’ll talk community development, access, health, and vision on the Middle Branch, and in Curtis Bay and Westport, with Parks & People Foundation, United Workers and the Filbert Street Garden, and the Westport CEDC.

Topics will include:
Parks & People’s and the City’s innovative competition for a vision for the Middle Branch.
How the community land trust movement is creating real estate opportunities for long time residents.
How the City’s waste, water, and transportation policies affect industrial waterfront communities.
How communities gain equitable access to the working waterfront.

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2019 AIA Baltimore and BAF Spring Lecture Series: The Edge of Experience
May
1
6:00 PM18:00

2019 AIA Baltimore and BAF Spring Lecture Series: The Edge of Experience

This year’s Spring Lecture Series theme is Edge: Harbor and City.

Waterfront Partnership’s Healthy Harbor Initiative has set a goal of a swimmable and fishable Inner Harbor. What could this look like? The speakers at this program will provide a dialogue into the philosophical and the inevitable, discussing how we experience design, and how we can design for the future.

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Professional Development Institute: Transit-Oriented Development in Baltimore
Apr
25
6:00 PM18:00

Professional Development Institute: Transit-Oriented Development in Baltimore

  • Morgan State University CBEIS Room 235 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Morgan Association of Planning Students (MAPS) invites you to attend Morgan's annual Planners' Professional Development Institute (PDI) keynote and Panel discussion on Thursday, April 25 6pm at CBEIS. The event will focus on Transit Oriented Development (TOD) with a keynote by Amtrak's Terrance Hancock to invite student feedback on Baltimore's Penn Station Redevelopment, followed by a lively and diverse panel.

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2019 AIA Baltimore and BAF Spring Lecture Series: The Intentional and Unintentional Edge
Apr
24
6:00 PM18:00

2019 AIA Baltimore and BAF Spring Lecture Series: The Intentional and Unintentional Edge

  • Falvey Hall – MICA Brown Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This year’s Spring Lecture Series theme is Edge: Harbor and City.

Waterfront Partnership’s Healthy Harbor Initiative has set a goal of a swimmable and fishable Inner Harbor. What could this look like? The speakers will discuss design at the harbor and city edge in both planned and unplanned contexts.

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Development Seminar & Site Tour: Amazon HQ2, Now What and Where?
Apr
13
8:30 AM08:30

Development Seminar & Site Tour: Amazon HQ2, Now What and Where?

  • George Mason University, Room 120 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Interested in learning more about Amazon recently selecting Arlington as a principal location for its second headquarters and the impact Amazon will have on the Capital Region? Join NCAC Fulbrighters for a timely discussion on development, including an interactive site walking tour, in Northern Virginia on Saturday, April 13, starting at 8:30am.

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Kristen Jeffers, Lecture "How To Be A Servant and Civic Designer and Leader"
Apr
3
5:30 PM17:30

Kristen Jeffers, Lecture "How To Be A Servant and Civic Designer and Leader"

  • Center for the Built Environment and Infrastructure Studies (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Kristen Jeffers, aka The Black Urbanist, presents:

"How To Be A Servant and Civic Designer and Leader"

Kristen Jeffers will discuss how she went from a student dreaming of using design to change the world, to becoming a design leader. She will present specific examples from her first decade working in design-based social entrepreneurship and civic leadership, and she will provide specific tools to help you get started on your service and civic leadership journey.

Join us!

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MPC's Annual Spring Lecture - "Urban Neighborhoods and American Life"
Apr
3
4:00 PM16:00

MPC's Annual Spring Lecture - "Urban Neighborhoods and American Life"

  • American University, School of International Service Founder's Room, (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Metropolitan Policy Center is pleased to announce its fifth Annual Spring Lecture. We are excited that Robert J. Sampson of Harvard University will deliver our keynote lecture. His talk is entitled “Urban Neighborhoods and American Life." A reception will follow the lecture.

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Digitally Invisible: How the Internet is Creating the New Underclass
Mar
28
10:30 AM10:30

Digitally Invisible: How the Internet is Creating the New Underclass

The Fourth Industrial Revolution has described the growth of the digital economy, which has disrupted legacy industries, afforded new consumer conveniences and empowered civil society to stand up to the status quo. Yet, more than half of the world's population does not have internet access, and among those are millions of Americans who sit on the wrong side of the digital divide.

Please join Dr. Nicol Turner Lee, Fellow in the Center for Technology Innovation, at the Brookings Institution who will discuss the state of high-speed broadband access in the U.S. and the impact of becoming "digitally invisible" in an increasingly connected society. Dr. Turner Lee will discuss her current digital divide tour, which has taken her into rural and urban communities with limited digital access across the nation. She will also share policy and programmatic ideas to address the persistent digital divide, especially interventions that support universal broadband access.

Overall, Dr. Turner Lee, who has a forthcoming book on the topic, makes the case for remedying digital disparities to improve U.S. global competitiveness and social mobility opportunities for the digitally-disconnected.

All UMD Faculty, Staff, and Students are invited. No RSVP required.

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2019 AIA Baltimore and BAF Spring Lecture Series: Engaging the Edge
Mar
27
6:00 PM18:00

2019 AIA Baltimore and BAF Spring Lecture Series: Engaging the Edge

  • Falvey Hall – MICA Brown Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This year’s Spring Lecture Series theme is Edge: Harbor and City.

Waterfront Partnership’s Healthy Harbor Initiative has set a goal of a swimmable and fishable Inner Harbor. What could this look like? The speakers at this program will discuss the visual and ecological grammar of the edge through means of ornamental and regenerative design.

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2019 AIA Baltimore and BAF Spring Lecture Series: Edge of Edge
Mar
20
6:00 PM18:00

2019 AIA Baltimore and BAF Spring Lecture Series: Edge of Edge

  • Falvey Hall – MICA Brown Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This year’s Spring Lecture Series theme is Edge: Harbor and City.

Waterfront Partnership’s Healthy Harbor Initiative has set a goal of a swimmable and fishable Inner Harbor. What could this look like? The first program of the 2019 Spring Lecture Series will initiate the overall dialogue of the series and design competition, and set forth the theme of “the edge” of the harbor and city.

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