How do we Build?
Ten Questions, school-wide course series, Faculty, 10 Questions
By UCLA School of Arts and Architecture
Monday, November 15 (7:00 – 8:00 p.m. PST)
About this online event
10 Questions returns for its fourth iteration to bring students, faculty, alumni, and community members together to reflect and consider how best to chart a path forward.
Last year’s series, 10 Questions: Reckoning, grappled with the profound inequities of our time, set against the context of a global pandemic, a presidential election, a racial justice movement, and the ongoing threat of climate change. This year, 10 Questions: If not now, when? will once again bring together some of the most compelling thinkers from UCLA and beyond in an effort to consider the actions we can take to address the kinds of personal, familial, communal, and global healing that is called for in this moment.
This week author and critic Adam Bradley; environmental engineer and water treatment expert Eric Hoek; and architect and author Jeffrey Inaba will join Victoria Marks, professor in the UCLA Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance, to explore the question “How do we build?”
- Adam Bradley, Professor, UCLA Department of English and Founding Director, UCLA the Laboratory for Race & Popular Culture (the RAP Lab)
- Eric Hoek, Director, UCLA Sustainable LA Grand Challenge; Professor, UCLA Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering; and Professor, UCLA Institute of the Environment & Sustainability
- Jeffrey Inaba, Adjunct Professor, UCLA Department of Architecture and Urban Design
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Date(s) - Nov 15, 2021
7:00 pm PST - 8:00 pm PST