Colloquium in Visual Culture with Amber N. Wiley

Feb 22
12:30pm - 2:00pm
On Campus Event - Old Library, Room 224

Amber N. Wiley, presidential associate professor in historic preservation/city and regional planning, University of Pennsylvania, presents "Barry Farm-Hillsdale: Reimagining Preservation for a Just Future."

This talk is about the fight to preserve a public housing project in Washington, D.C., its local listing as a D.C. landmark, and subsequent (and ongoing) efforts to commemorate its history while also envisioning a new version of preservation that puts people first.

We encourage everyone who is on campus to join us for this in-person talk in Old Library 224.

If you are not able to join us in person, please register for the Zoom

Center for Visual Culture

Center for Visual Culture
Audience: Public
Type(s): Lecture
Lisa Kolonay

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