Craig Wilkins, lecturer in architecture, will be a panelist at an upcoming virtual presentation, “The Social Responsibility of Architects: Civic Life & The Built Environment,” hosted by the Pratt Institute. The panel is part of Archtober — the 10th annual, month-long festival of architecture activities, programs, and exhibitions — and will focus on issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion in architectural practice.
The panel will take place October 29, 2020, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. EDT. Advance registration is required.
Wilkins, a leading scholar of African Americans in the field of architecture, is creative director of the Wilkins Project, a social justice and strategic design alliance. Wilkins is particularly interested in the field of public interest design and the production of various forms of space; understanding publically accessible and responsive design can radically transform the trajectory of lives and environments, especially for those on the margins of society.
Learn more about the event and register here.