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City Beautiful's Imagine Factory Powered by PechaKucha

"The most valuable resource in Cleveland is our people" Khrys Shefton

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The City Club of Cleveland will host the first City Beautiful Imagine Factory Powered by PechaKucha. Can a parking lot be better served as a vibrant green space? What are the possibilities for our lakefront? Join us as speakers from a variety of backgrounds present their ideas for transforming blighted or underutilized areas of Cleveland.

 

The Goals of Imagine Factory are:

1. to discuss the design issues facing our city

2. to formulate possible solutions

3. to engage the public in thinking about our built environment

4. to have a good time

5. to imagine what our city might be

 

This event is free and open to anyone interested in re-imagining Cleveland.

 

Presenters include: 

 

Norman Krumholz, Former Director of Cleveland City Planning 1969-1979, on Imaging an Equitable City

Judi Feniger, Gordon Square Arts District, on What's Next for Gordon Square? 

Heather Ways, M.D., Neighborhood Family Practice, on From Grey to Green: Plan for a Mid-Century Plaza in Stockyards

Haley Lloyd, RDL Architects, on BAM! Market Rate Housing for Boomers, Artists and Millenials in St. Clair 

Michelle Kilroy, formerly of the U.S. Green Building Council, on East Meets West Bench 

​Khrys Shefton​​, Famicos, on ​A Real Place: Historic Building Conversion in St. Clair Superior

Jenita McGowan, City of Cleveland, on Ideas for Sustainable Development 

Theodore Ferringer​, Bialosky + Architects, on The Midway Project

Gregory Soltis & Nora Hoxha, City Beautiful, on NEO Metroplex & other Imaginations

​Thomas Fox​, Agumboot Arts, on ​Programming a Landmark, DS Lights

Khrys Shefton, Famicos, on A Real Place: A Historic Building Conversion in St. Clair SuperiorT


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