The Dallas Architecture Forum &
Voices of Change Present

365 Modern Music

Saturday, 12 November 2016
2 to 4 pm
Private residence on White Rock Lake designed by Frank Welch, FAIA 


Presented by The Dallas Architecture Forum and
UTA College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs (CAPPA)

Saturday, February 18, 2017, 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Check-in: 2:00 – 2:30 pm; Program starts at 2:30 pm
Horchow Auditorium, Dallas Museum of Art
Presented by The Dallas Architecture Forum and UTA College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs (CAPPA).
Free Admission as a Community Outreach of The Forum and UTA CAPPA, No Reservations Needed.

Join The Dallas Architecture Forum and UTA CAPPA for an afternoon focused on the planning concepts, design practices and community outreach efforts that are necessary to create inviting, affordable housing to communities which need to be revitalized and renewed rather than ignored and wasted. These issues will be discussed by three experts in the field of collaborative engagement in helping communities in need of affordable, practical and appealing housing.

Attendees will have the privilege of hearing from five highly regarded practitioners in their fields as they share insights and lead inspiring discussion on this intriguing topic. Alex Henderson, of Rural Studio in Newbern, Alabama will share insights from their famed design-build architecture program from Auburn University. Rural Studio is known for its hands-on, live-amongst approach to engaging a community and making life better for its residents. Emilie Taylor Welty of New Orleans, currently works at the Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design as a Design/Build expert. She will share from her experiences in community outreach creating design solutions through a collaborative model. Omar Hakeem is the Design Director of bcWORKSHOP, a local non-profit community design studio which works to improve the livability and viability of communities. In addition, Bang Dang and Brad McCorkle from the Design + Build program at UTA CAPPA will discuss their new Parallel Construction initiative. Each of these experts will share from their broad base of experience and also dialogue together in a panel discussion moderated by Brad Bell, Director of Architecture at the College of Architecture Planning and Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Arlington.

About The Symposium
About The Symposium The Symposium On Community Engagement / Affordable Housing is a collaboration between The Dallas Architecture Forum and the College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Arlington. It is offered as an additional symposium in celebration of the Forum’s 20th Anniversary Season. The Symposium initiates ongoing conversations across professional arenas and personal interests, creating new networks and spurring community involvement in discussions about the built and creative environment. This Symposium, featuring architects Alex Henderson, Emilie Taylor Welty, Bang Dang, Brad McCorkle, Omar Hakeem and Brad Bell will offer insights and increased understanding into the community involvement, the process of design for specific neighborhoods, and the creation of safe, comfortable and affordable housing.

More Information on the Symposium HERE


Featuring Tom Kundig, FAIA and Brad Oldham

Presented by the Dallas Architecture Forum

Sunday, 30 October 2016
2 to 4:30 pm; Nasher Sculpture Center



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365 Modern Living Cocktail Receptions
Modern Living Every Day of the Year

Information will be announced later this season.

Annual Members’ Meeting


21 May 2017
Sunday, 2 pm

More information HERE

Dallas Architecture Forum