Carissa Slotterback at March 3 Symposium: Urbanism after Disaster

The upcoming symposium will be held at the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) on Saturday, 03 March, from 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM.

Dr. Yasufumi Nakamori, Curator and Head of the Department of Photography and New Media at Mia, has organized a day-long symposium titled "The Life Cycle of the City: Photography and Urbanism after Disaster", which focuses on the recovery process of cities and the built environment following cataclysmic events.

Carissa Slotterback, Associate Dean of the Humphrey School, will moderate a panel including Kate Knuth (Chief Resilience Officer, City of Minneapolis), Shohei Shigematsu (architect, OMA partner and director of New York office), and William Fulton (Director, Rice University, Kinder Institute of Urban Research). The panel will discuss the shifts, innovations, and opportunities in urban planning, architectural design, and urban resilience objectives and strategies in response to natural disasters in American cities such as Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, and Minneapolis.

Information on the entire symposium can be found here:
<https://new.artsmia.org/event/arnold-newman-lecture-on-photography-and-new-media-symposium-the-life-cycle-of-the-city-photography-and-urbanism-after-disaster-keynote-speaker-naoya-hatakeyama/>
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