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Tickets

All evening lectures are free and open to the public!

 

For more information send an e-mail here or call 585.271.0520

 

Locations

All Evening Lectures held at
Gleason Works Auditorium

(1000 University Ave)

Luncheon will be held at the Memorial Art Gallery
( 500 University Ave)

 

Sponsors

A special thank you to this year's Reshaping Rochester Sponsors!

Presenting Sponsor:

Home Leasing

 

Honorarium Sponsor:

 

Community Outreach & Access Sponsor:

 

Supporting Lecture Sponsors:


 

Contributing Lecture Sponsors:

HBT Architects

 

Lecture Series Friend:


County of Monroe Dept. of Planning & Development

 

Luncheon Event Sponsor:

 

Contributing Luncheon Sponsor:

WXXI
NBD Department

 

WXXI

 

Luncheon Table Sponsor:

 

Exclusive Media Sponsor:

WXXI

 

CEU Sponsor:

AIA

 

 

In Kind Sponsorships:


Gleason Works

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CDCR is supported, in part, by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

 



Click here to listen to past lectures.

 

presented by:

Home Leasing

 

To commemorate Rochester's unique history in the women's suffrage movement, along with the 100th anniversary of women's suffrage and Susan B. Anthony's 200th birthday, we have invited women of vision from across the country to share their expertise with our community.

 

UPCOMING LECTURES:

Carol Naughton
Atalnta, GA, President of Purpose Built Communities

10/21/20, 6pm at Gleason Works

 

Bernice Radle
Buffalo, NY, Owner and CEO of Buffalove Development and Little Wheel Restoration Co.

Tentatively rescheduled for 9/23/20, 6pm at Gleason Works


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PAST LECTURES:


AIA CES
AIA Rochester - CES Sponsor

1.5 LU/HSW Credit Available

Knox White


 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

Jennifer Vey | Baltimore, MD

Senior Fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program and Director & Senior Fellow, Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Center for Transformative Placemaking at The Brookings Institution

January 29 | 6pm
Gleason Works Auditorium (1000 University Ave)

Jennifer Vey’s work primarily focuses on the connection between placemaking and inclusive economic development in the digital economy. She is the author or co-author of numerous Brookings publications, including “Where jobs are concentrating and why it matters to cities and regions,” “Why we need to invest in transformative placemaking,” “Assessing your innovation district: A how-to guide,” and “Building from strength: Creating opportunity in Greater Baltimore’s next economy.” She also co-edited Retooling for Growth: Building a 21st Century Economy in America’s Older Industrial Areas, published by the American Assembly and Brookings Institution Press. Prior to joining Brookings in June, 2001, Vey was a Community Planning and Development Specialist at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. She earned a Master of Planning degree from the University of Virginia, and holds a B.A. in Geography from Bucknell University. She lives with her family in Baltimore.


Knox White

 

 

 

Special thanks to ESL Charitable Foundation for their generous Honorarium Sponsorship, which funds the time and effort each speaker puts into preparing and giving their lecture to the Rochester community.


The lecture was FREE to attend courtesy of the Community Preservation Corporation.

 

 

 

 

 

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"Building a Sustainable Urban Future through Transportation"

AIA CES
AIA Rochester - CES Sponsor

1.5 LU/HSW Credit Available

Knox White


 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

Shin-pei Tsay | San Francisco, CA

Director of Policy, Cities & Transportation at UBER (formerly Commissioner of NYC Public Design)

February 26 | 6pm
Gleason Works Auditorium (1000 University Ave)

Join a discussion of transit, access, and mobility along with Rochester's 2034 Comprehensive Plan!

Shin-pei's experience in practice and policy converges on transforming the built environment to be more inclusive and sustainable. Her expertise in transportation, climate change, urban policy, design, and governance provides a unique perspective on the systems shaping the public realm and subsequently the solutions to change them. She has held leadership roles at many types of organizations, including Gehl Institute, TransitCenter, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Transportation Alternatives, and Project for Public Spaces, often joining them at a pivot point to develop new directions. She taught urban design at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation at Columbia University and Parsons School of Design at The New School. She has written for the Urban Design Forum and her work was a part of the U.S. Pavilion at the 2012 Venice Biennale for Architecture. She most recently served as a commissioner for the NYC Public Design Commission for four years. Currently, she is Director of Policy, Cities, & Transportation at Uber and serves on the board of In Our Backyard.

Knox White

 

 

 

Special thanks to ESL Charitable Foundation for their generous Honorarium Sponsorship, which funds the time and effort each speaker puts into preparing and giving their lecture to the Rochester community.


The lecture was FREE to attend courtesy of the Community Preservation Corporation.

 

 

To commemorate Rochester's unique history in the women's suffrage movement, along with the 100th anniversary of women's suffrage and Susan B. Anthony's 200th birthday, we have invited women of vision from across the country to share their expertise with our community.

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(Virtual) Luncheon Event with Toni Griffin!

"Design for the Just City"

Knox White

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Toni Griffin | New York, New York

Founder of Urban Planning for the American City and Professor of Urban Planning at Harvard Graduate School of Design

Tuesday, June 16, 2020 at 12PM - 1:30PM | Virtually on Zoom

AIA CES
AIA Rochester - CES Sponsor

1.5 LU/HSW Credit Available

    

AICP members can earn Certi­fication Maintenance (CM) credits for this activity [or many activities at this event]. When CM credits are available, they are noted at the end of an activity description. More information about AICP’s CM program can be found at www.planning.org/cm.
AICP members must be in attendance for the duration of the event in order to receive CM Credit.

 

 

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