IMPACT San Diego - Arts & Culture Seminar

  • Thursday, December 09, 2010
  • NewSchool of Architecture, Balboa Park

Registration

AGENDA            

7:45  Arrive at NewSchool of Architecture and Design for Continental Breakfast & Networking
  
8:15  Host Welcome
Chris Genik – Dean / NewSchool of Architecture and Design

 

8:20   Unlike a Piano, the National Endowment for the Arts Won’t Fit in My Living Room

Dalouge Smith (07) – President & CEO / San Diego Youth Symphony, Vice President / California Arts Advocates
Herbert G. Klein Visionary Award recipient, 2007

 

FIRST SEGMENT – CONTEMPORARY URBAN THEORY

8:50  

 

Michael Stepner – Former City of San Diego Architect & San Diego Chief Planner, Former Dean / NewSchool of Architecture and Design

Frank Wolden – Principal & Creative Director / Carrier Johnson + CULTURE

 

10:00  Break & Tour of the NewSchool of Architecture & Design
  
10:40  

 

David Malmuth – David Malmuth Development
Pete Garcia – Partner, I.D.E.A. / David Malmuth Development

 

11:20  Tour of the East Village Facilitated by David Malmuth Development

 

12:00 PM Network & Lunch


Casa del Prado Garden Terrace

  
SECOND SEGMENT – EXPLORING CULTURAL IDENTITY

Second & Third Segment Introductions & Overview
Dalouge Smith (07)

 

1:35   Arts & Culture as a Social Tool
Deborah Klochko – Executive Director / Museum of Photographic Arts (MoPA)

 

2:15  BREAK

THIRD SEGMENT – PRESERVATION & CELEBRATION OF THE ARTS

2:30   Balboa Park Governance & Centennial Milestones

Todd Gloria – Councilmember, District 3 / City of San Diego

3:00  Fostering Appreciation of & Understanding Among Individual Cultures

An Initiative of the Diamond District/Market Creek Plaza and San Diego Museum of Art

Julia Marciari Alexander, Ph.D. – Deputy Dir. for Curatorial Affairs / San Diego Museum of Art

Lisette Islas – Dir. of Community Organizing / Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation

4:00   Walking Tour of Balboa Park


Kim Duclo – Balboa Park Ranger / City of San Diego

 

4:45  Holiday Reception
Museum of Photographic Arts (MoPA)


SPONSORS            
Special thanks to the IMPACT 2011 Presenting Sponsor: AT&T

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