The Smart Growth Network webinar series focuses on emerging issues that span all scales of planning. Join us at 1 p.m. Eastern, Tuesday, April 14, as we delve into the details of building operation and performance with the authors of The Power of Existing Buildings.
Hosted by Baltimore National Heritage Area, The Peale Center
The theme this year’s “It’s More than History” lecture series from the Baltimore National Heritage Area is the Year of the Woman. In this lecture, join Sylvea Hollis, a National Park Service/National Park Foundation Mellon Humanities Fellow, as she explores “Creating A Usable Path for Women’s Suffrage.”
Hosted by Maryland Department of Planning, Smart Growth Network
A new model for urban development is emerging as cities worldwide are responding to climate change. Join the Maryland Department of Planning and the Smart Growth Network at 1 p.m., Tuesday April 28, as Peter Plastrik, author of Life After Carbon, outlines a model that is transforming how cities design and use physical space, generate economic wealth, consume and dispose of resources, exploit and sustain the natural ecosystems, and prepare for the future.
Mark your calendars for the Society of Architectural Historians’ first-ever virtual conference on Thursday, April 30, and Friday, May 1, 2020! The SAH 2020 Virtual Conference will bring together professionals from around the world who focus on the history of the built environment and its role in shaping contemporary life.