A student gallery exhibition
On display now at the CDC Design Gallery
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News & Events
2014 Reshaping Rochester Awards: A Wonderful Success!
Thank you all for making the 4th Annual Reshaping Rochester Awards a success! It was our great pleasure to host over 200 guests, nominees and award winners on Tuesday, December 2nd at the Temple B'rith Kodesh. Be sure to save the date for next year's Awards event: December 9, 2015 at the Temple B'rith Kodesh.
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New CDCR Gallery Exhibit for Month of December!
The CDCR invited students from Alfred State's SUNY College of Technology Urban Design Studio, and RIT's Golisano Institute for Sustainability Master of Architecture program to come together to present a December student show, "Sustainable Interventions", in the CDCR Gallery. The projects focus on communities' urban design, through disaster mitigation, intervention, feedback from professionals and locals, biomimicry, and revisualization. Click here for more info