Design Symposium: Constructing Justice

Tulane School of Architecture Student Government

Symposium

The Design Symposium is an annual student-curated weekend of lectures, discussions and workshops drawing attention to critical areas of concern in contemporary architectural practice. This year's weekend, titled "Constructing Justice: Design as a Tool for Equity and Social Change," places designers in conversation with artists, activists and policy-makers to explore how we can—and whether we should—utilize design to enact a positive social agenda.

Speakers include architects whose work engage these themes, academics who explore specific urban conditions to which we can respond, public artists who apply creativity to community engagement and empowerment, and non-profit leaders and activists who address inequality in unique ways.

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