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News:Public Workshop’s Alex Gilliam Chosen For National Building Museum Fellowship.

June 26, 2010


Every year the National Building Museum (here) in Washington, DC offers an accomplished practitioner or researcher the opportunity to use the full extent of the Museum’s collection to conduct research that furthers the practitioner’s work while expanding the understanding of the collection. We are very pleased to announce that the National Building Museum has chosen […]

Event: Come To Public Workshop’s Children Changing Cities Panel At The ACD Conference.

June 18, 2010

Events, Our Work

I am really excited to be able to invite you to the Children Changing Cities panel this Saturday morning (6/19) at 9.30 at the Association for Community Design Conference (here) in Berkeley, California. The panel brings together a compelling collection of thinkers and doers who are redefining how we engage youth in making our cities, […]

Things We Like:Challenging Public Space Use By Hanging Red Swings Where They Shouldn’t Be.

June 3, 2010

Things We Like

You may or may not have noticed but our society has developed some pretty definite ideas where things such as play, exercise, industry or even work should happen. For a variety of reasons, over time we’ve built up infrastructures that reinforce where, when and how these things should happen. This has manifested itself in the […]