SOAPBOX! Cocktails & Conversationsabout the Future of Public SpacePurchase Tickets
Listen. Engage. Debate. Hosted at the Pink House, a collaborative design space in the Golden Triangle, this presentation by Civitas and Arch11 will bring together local experts from a range of design fields (architecture, landscape architecture, planning, industrial design, lighting, and public art) to hypothesize and debate the future of the public realm.
Civitas is based on the ancient idea of people meeting, exchanging ideas, and building community around shared resources. As new technologies are introduced to cities that alter the way we view and use public space, and as these advancements increase in frequency, how will the public realm continue to adapt and change?
In this session, organized as an interactive conversation, invited speakers will “get up on a soapbox” and share their perspective on urban public space and how their work contributes to future civic life. These discussions will be moderated by Scott Jordan (Civitas) and Ken Andrews (Arch11), followed by a happy hour with themed cocktails and refreshments.
|ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
|Eric Lazarri – Strategic Partnerships Director for the Civic Center Conservancy
|Lauren Isaac – Director of Business Initiative at EasyMile
|Cortney Stell – Executive Director and Chief Curator of Black Cube
|Emily Silverman – Senior Project Manager at Parsons Corporation
|David Moke – Denver Theater District
|Adam Perkins – Senior Manager/Planner at the Downtown Denver Partnership
|Tim Reinen – Executive Director of Radian | Placematters
|Kevin Delk – Restauranteur