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Opportunities for Redefining the American Post-Industrial City
|Category:||College Of Visual And Performing Arts|
|Date & Time:||
Thursday , 11/08/2012
from 06:30 PM to 08:00 PM
|Location:||New Bedford Whaling Museum [map it]*|
|Sponsored by:||Art History Department - UMassD|
John Gallagher will suggest ways for American post-industrial cities to become smaller, but better cities in the twenty first century and proposes productive uses for vacant spaces in these cities.
John Gallagher is a veteran journalist and author whose latest book, "Reimagining Detroit: Opportunities for Redefining an American City," was named by the Huffington Post as among the best social and political books of 2010. John is a native of New York City. He joined the Detroit Free Press in 1987 to cover urban and economic redevelopment efforts in Detroit and Michigan, a post which he still holds. His other books include "Great Architecture of Michigan" and, as co-author, "AIA Detroit: The American Institute of Architects Guide to Detroit Architecture." John and his wife, Sheu-Jane, live along Detroit’s east riverfront.
|Additional Info:||Art History News & Events - Spotlight|
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