Sustainable Design Strategies and the Future of Accessibility
R-380, Learning & Environmental Sciences Building, St. Paul Campus
Thursday, October 26th 2017 | 12:30pm -2:00pm R-380, Learning & Environmental Sciences Building, St. Paul Campus
Sustainable architecture in the 21st century tends to work without explicit attention to disability. In this public lecture, Johnna S. Keller discusses ways that architecture can consciously consider both sustainability and accessibility as creative design challenges, thus promoting a socially just and ecologically restorative environment. For access information and other details, visit the Facebook event: https://z.umn.edu/kellerCDSC
Event Co-Sponsors Include –The College of Design; The Dept. of Geography, Environment & Society; The Institute on the Environment; The Disability Resource Center; and Freedom by Design.
Founded in 2015, the Critical Disability Studies Collaborative (CDSC) works to cultivate an intellectual community around the study of dis/ability at the University of Minnesota. Email Angela at email@example.com with any access needs or accommodation requests.