Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design

Red Beans Roundtable: Redlining and Environmental Justice

This Red Beans Roundtable explores redlining and environmental justice. Red Beans Roundtables are casual conversations. Small Center provides red beans and rice from Café Reconcile and great panels... Read more »

Red Beans Roundtable: Development without Displacement

This Red Beans Roundtable asks, "Can public investment in formerly redlined areas be wielded for the residents?" Red Beans Roundtables are casual conversations. Small Center provides red beans and... Read more »

Red Beans Roundtable: From Redline, to Road Home, to Short-term Rentals

This Red Beans Roundtable explores how historical disinvestment accelerates displacement with panelists Cashauna Hill, Charmel Gaulden and Breonne DeDecker. Red Beans Roundtables are casual... Read more »

Small Center case study published in design education book

Public Interest Design Education Guidebook: Curricula, Strategies, and SEED Academic Case Studies book cover
A new book on best practices in public interest design education includes a case study written by Emilie Taylor Welty , a School of Architecture professor of practice and design/build manager at the...  Read more »

Small Center announces 2018-19 community project partners

Tulane School of Architectures students work together on a project.
The Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design announced today selected projects from its 2018 request for proposals, an interactive outdoor classroom space for Groundwork New Orleans and...  Read more »

New digital library collection showcases Small Center’s impact

Small Center collections digitized by Howard Tilton Memorial Library
Article by Mary Cross Whether you’re a scholar interested in studying early images of Latin America or a high school student searching for float designs from Carnival’s Golden Age for a class project...  Read more »

Small Center Homecoming Open House

Alumni, students, parents and friends are invited to a Homecoming Open House at the the Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design . Nov. 9 from 2-4 p.m. 1725 Baronne St., New Orleans, LA... Read more »

Summer fellows wade through regional water issues

Water is a defining feature of life in south Louisiana, presenting both urgent threats and unique opportunities. This summer, five Tulane School of Architecture students explored how communities are...  Read more »

Public Interest Design Fellowship Celebration

See what the summer public interest design fellows have been up to over the past few months! Light refreshments provided. Free and open to the public. Read more »

Architecture students build outdoor gathering space for community bike shop

Small Center spring 2018 design/build project at RUBARB
Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano After hammering, welding and painting through much of the semester, 13 Tulane architecture students have a new appreciation for collaboration, community engagement and...  Read more »

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