2013 SCAD Building Arts Lecture Topics

SCAD’s School of Building Arts presents a roster of exciting new lectures for the 2013 SCAD School of Building Arts Lecture Series. Held at the SCAD Museum of Art at 601 Turner Blvd., the series connects students and the larger design community with industry professionals who exemplify this year’s theme: The Next City. Lectures are free and open to the public. Scheduled presentations include: “Walkable Cities: Planning to Walk Again” Thursday, Jan. 17, 5:30 p.m. Rick Hall, a registered transportation engineer specializing in walkable transportation design, presents an overview of design issues centered on walkable urban thoroughfares, complete streets, smart growth and pedestrian/bicycle planning. His experience includes design leadership with numerous national and international projects, engineering and implementing walkable thoroughfare design for urban communities. He is a Knight Community Building Fellow, an Institute of Transportation Engineers Fellow and active in the Congress for the New Urbanism. For More Info: www.scad.edu/programs/building-arts/ index.cfm

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