The Museum of Ventura County invites you to join us on Wednesday, May 26, 2021 from 6:30—7:30PM for a Zoom panel discussion on Designing in the Time of COVID-19. This online event is free to attend with registration.
As the pandemic has shown, communities need to be more resilient, inclusive and connected. Governments need to rethink the use and management of public spaces, infrastructure and essential services and their responses are influenced by many factors — resources, regulations, socio-economic inequalities, political will and public awareness. As cities rethink how to activate, integrate and mainstream grassroot responses into their efforts, they must also tackle the underlying stresses of inequality and inclusion as exposed by the pandemic. A tall order to fill, but where to begin?
Mark di Cecco, AIA East County and Chair of Moorpark General Plan Advisory Committee will be joined by Nicholas Deitch, AIA West County and Member of Ventura General Plan Advisory Committee, Jerffrey Lambert, ACIP and Chief Operating Officer at the Ventura County Community Foundation, and Lynn C. Johnson, RLA and Principal of Lynn C. Johnson Associates.
This event is a joint production of the Museum of Ventura County and AIA of Ventura County.