Lecture: Sara Zewde

Sara Zewde presented by AIAS & NOMAS Tulane

Lecture

“On Thursday, February 16th at 6 PM, AIAS and NOMAS (the National Organization of Minority Architecture Students) and NOMA (the National Organization of Minority Architects) presents Sara Zewde at the AIA Center for Design.

Sara is a 29-year-old landscape architect and planner born and raised in New Orleans, a graduate of MIT and the Harvard GSD, currently working for Gustafson Guthrie Nichol in Seattle. Her work explores often-obscured contours of race and historical memory in locations from Houston, Texas to Rio de Janiero. As the city of New Orleans prepares for an unprecedented confrontation with White supremacy in its built environment through the removal of Confederate monuments, students, activists, policymakers and designers will find Sara’s presentation of her work timely and provocative.”

This event will take place at the AIA New Orleans Center for Design.
1000 St. Charles Ave.
New Orleans, LA 70130

Tags: 
Prospective Students, Current Students
Program: 
Architecture, M.ARCH - Undergraduate, M.ARCH I - Graduate, M.ARCH II - Graduate, MPS - Master in Preservation Studies, MSRED - Master of Sustainable Real Estate Development
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