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Today we are witness to the global displacement of resources, populations, and natural rights. As ideas and objects are shifted by human forces, their movements generate unforeseen impacts and leave vulnerable spaces behind. We are dependent and culpable actors in this system and must reevaluate our resistance and ability to adapt to social, environmental and economic displacement. Where do we intervene amid these conditions of change, and how do we harness the opportunities of displacement to cultivate more resilient systems?

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SCHEDULE

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SPEAKER

WORKSHOP

SOCIAL MIXER

APRIL 13TH

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FABRICATING LANDSCAPES
Karen M’Closkey
LA 279 | 12:00 PM

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DECOLONIAL LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
Alan Waxman
LA 286 | 1:00 PM

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DISPLACEMENT: CASE STUDIES FROM THE FIELD
Alex Miller | James Miller | Alan Waxman
LA 206 | 4:00 PM

ASLA WORKSHOP WITH GENA WIRTH
ASLA and Gena Wirth
5:00 PM

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DESIGN THINKING IN DISPLACEMENT
Andrew Cusack
LA 206 | 6:00 PM

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DIVIDED CITIES: MODERN GENTRIFICATION
STAnDD
LA 206 | 7:00 PM

DINNER GATHERING
Catered by Falling Sky
Willcox Hearth | 8:30 PM

APRIL 14TH

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION + LUNCH WITH ALEX MILLER
Sponsored by PODS
LA 277 | 11:00 AM

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TOWARD AN URBAN ECOLOGY
Gena Wirth
LA 115 | 12:00 PM

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SOIL! WHAT IT IS & HOW IT WORKS
James Cassidy
LA 278 | 6:00 PM

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THIRSTY?
The Politics of Water
LA 206 | 7:00 PM

DINNER GATHERING
Catered by Falling Sky
Willcox Hearth | 8:00 PM

APRIL 15TH

DIMENSIONAL COLOR
Esther Hagenlocher and Julie Haack
Willcox Hearth | 9:00 AM

SHAPE DIS-PLACE
Nancy Cheng, Marziah Rajabzadeh, Mohsen Marizad
Lawrence 2nd floor foyer | 9:00 AM

SOUNDWORLD1
Aaron Kahn
Courtyard | 10:00 AM

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RESILIENT FUTURES
Miho Mazereeuw
LA 206 | 12:00 PM

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SOUNDWORLD2
Aaron Kahn
2nd floor foyer | 1:00 PM

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KTISMA[07]: WALLS
KTISMA Journal
LA 206 | 2:00 PM

ICE CREAM EXPERIMENT
ASHRAE
LA 279 | 3:00 PM

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PLACING OURSELVES IN NATURAL SPACES
Emma Marris
LA 115 | 4:00 PM

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LOST IN TRANSLATION
The Ethics of Displacement
LA 206 | 7:15 PM

DINNER GATHERING
Catered by Falling Sky
Willcox Hearth | 8:30 PM

HOPES + OP Bike (& Hike!) Tour 2017
Saturday 04/08
9:30 AM – 2 PM
Meet at Outdoor Program office

All participants must have a helmet, closed shoes, plenty of water, and a picnic lunch. We will begin by biking to Mt. Pisgah where we will then hike to the top and learn from Landscape Architecture professor Whitey Lueck of the displacements our southern Willamette Valley has undergone. From Pisgah, we’ll bike back into town to chat with local advocate Philip Carrasco to hear of Eugene’s efforts in becoming a designated sanctuary city. Participants should come prepared with questions, ready for riding near potentially high traffic volumes, and be comfortable with climbing hills. A REQUIRED PRE-TRIP MEETING WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE OUTDOOR PROGRAM BARN AT 7:30PM THURSDAY, APRIL 6TH. Touring bicycles may be rented from the OP for $5. Helmets can be rented at no charge. Event is free. Contact Halley Anderson at hra@uoregon.edu or 865-591-5967 with any questions.

Participants should sign up prior to this event at outdoorprogram.uoregon.edu
Registration cap: 24

LOCATION

University of Oregon School of Architecture & Allied Arts

University of Oregon
School of Architecture & Allied Arts

5249 University St, Eugene, OR