Please consider joining the AIA Minneapolis’ Evolving Practice Forum (EPF) for the second holding of the prestigious EPF Stammtisch. A Stammtisch is an informal group meeting held on a regular basis to provide a forum for a friendly get together, centered around discussion of a topic provided by the facilitator to get the conversational juices flowing. One of the primary goals of the EPF is to provide opportunities for Architects to discuss issues relevant to the changing nature of the profession, lubricated by libations and centuries of German tradition.
Topic: Back by popular demand. We will be discussing “Why is public infrastructure in America so UGLY?”. We will look at this topic from several different viewpoints and hopefully have a rousing discussion. No preparation is needed.
Location: We will meet at the Black Forest Inn, courtyard, at 1 E 26th St, Minneapolis, MN 55404
RSVP appreciated to Ken Sheehan, but not required.
School of Architecture Lecture Series | Mira Henry
Monday, November 30, 2020 12:15 pm
Featuring practitioners, educators, and activists, these lectures are free and open to the public.