Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design

Grow Dat Youth farm highlighted in Architectural Record

Students at Tulane's design-build program converted a former New Orleans golf course into the 4-acre Grow Dat Youth Farm, which includes a 6,000-square-foot education center made from shipping containers
Urban Oases Projects from mobile markets to full-on farms are greening America's food deserts. By Lamar Anderson In a section of Seattle's Delridge neighborhood, residents who rely on public...  Read more »

WWNO interviews Tulane City Center Director, Maurice Cox

Sharon Litwin talks with Maurice Cox about the Tulane City Center's role in New Orleans. WWNO Interview  Read more »

Tulane City Center project highlighted in the American Scholar

The Tulane City Center public event "Sites and Sounds at the US Mint" to take place on Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013 was highlighted in the American Scholar, a publication of the Phi Beta Kappa Society ...  Read more »

Tulane City Center finds new home in Central City

New Wave Article By: Barri Bronston Long gone are the hair dryers, manicure stands and barbering stalls that once occupied much of the building at 2100 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd. in the Central City...  Read more »

Magellan Street Garden Project Update

The spring semester design build project is well underway. A team of 12 students are working on the design and fabrication of a shade structure, wetlands, raised beds, and other support structures...  Read more »

Karl F. Seidman Book Launch

Grass roots initiatives have been a prominent part of the rebuilding process in New Orleans. Based on the just published book, this talk will highlight problems in the civic and governmental recovery... Read more »

Grow Dat featured in ARCHITECT Magazine

ARCHITECT Magazine highlights GROW DAT in an article titled, “URBAN REINVESTMENTS,” by Nate Berg for AIA Architect. This article discusses “Three Schools, Three Cities, and One Loaded Term.” There is...  Read more »

Offbeat Magazine covers the Guardians Institute of Big Chief Donald Harrison, Sr. Museum and Cultural Arts Center

Guardians Institute of Big Chief Donald Harrison, Sr. Museum and Cultural Arts Center
The Guardians Institute of Big Chief Donald Harrison, Sr. Museum and Cultural Arts Center is a Design/Build project of the Tulane City Center. The article, "Tulane University Constructs Big Chief's...  Read more »

Tulane School of Architecture leaves its mark on PitchNOLA 2012

NEW ORLEANS, LA— On November 15th, 250+ attendees filled the room at the Propeller Social Innovation Incubator for the 4th Annual PitchNOLA 2012 Lots of Progress competition. 11 Semi-Finalists...  Read more »

Congratulations to Tulane City Center for Making “Public Interest Design 100.”

Public Interest Design released an infographic representing 100 people and teams working at the intersection of design and service. This first-of-its-kind Public Interest Design 100 lists many of the...  Read more »

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