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Sirota Speaks at SXSW on Architecturally Engaged Work in Detroit

Sirota Speaks at SXSW on Architecturally Engaged Work in Detroit

Assistant Professor of Architecture Anya Sirota presented at the SXSW conference on March 15, 2016. Sirota presented as part of the Arts + Impact lab that offers attendees the opportunity to explore the current state of arts and creativity in the United States and its future potential.

Sirota presented the ONE Mile project in Detroit’s North End, a collaborative effort combining design and performance to activate a mile long stretch of a legendary musical district. She served on a panel alongside speakers from Americans for the Arts and the National Education Association, discussing architecturally engaged work in Detroit.

Sirota is the principal of Akoaki and co-founder of the Detroit based research and urban intervention platform, the Metropolitan Observatory of Digital Culture and representation (MODCaR).

To learn more about the SXSW Arts + Impact Lab, visit: sxsw.com/2016/events/event_OE04392

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