Baltimore Design Conversation on Wednesday, December 3

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The next Baltimore Design Conversation is this Wednesday, December 3 and it promises to be a fun and inspiring evening:

6:30pm—8:30 P.M.@ Windup Space, 12 North Avenue near Charles Street in the Station North neighborhood a/v system with laptop computer and projector will be available

This Month’s Theme: Vacant Baltimore / Join us for an open discussion on design ideas for creative reuse of abandoned buildings and vacant lots in Baltimore (arguably the city’s largest natural resource).

We will project slides of vacant sites in Baltimore and open up the floor to conversation. Paper and pens will be provided for drawn or written suggestions. Everyone is invited to bring digital images of Baltimore’s vacant sites for consideration. Practical, purely theoretical, and preposterous ideas are encouraged. All are welcome!

There will also be some short presentations. For more information contact this month’s host, Gary Kachadourian: [email protected]

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