The Exhibit Columbus 2018 National Symposium: “Design, Community, and Progressive Preservation” takes place September 27th through 29th in Columbus, Indiana. The 2019 J. Irwin and Xenia S. Miller Prize Recipients recipients will engage with the public for the first time, and be acknowledged in connection with the location of their future temporary installations in the urban fabric of Columbus. Land Collective principal, David Rubin, will be participating as moderator of the The Washington Street Civic Project Leaders—Borderless Studio, Extrapolation Factory, LA-Mas, People for Urban Progress, and PienZa Sostenible— on Saturday, September 29th from 11:00–12:30. The dialogue will focus on the intersection between next year’s installations and the challenges facing Washington Street – Columbus’ retail corridor in the downtown core – and the prospective solutions established by Land Collective’s Envision Columbus Downtown Strategic Plan established in the framework exercise.
See The Architects Newspaper for more information about the participants and the events of this extraordinary symposium of design dialogue.