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Events

Reshaping Rochester Lecture with Richard Newton
Wednesday, March 27, 2019
7pm at Gleason Works
More info

 

Gallery Salon Series
"Community Conversation"
Wednesday, April 10, 2019
5:30pm at CDCR Design Gallery (1115 E. Main St)



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The Community Design Center of Rochester (CDCR) is a non-profit organization of design professionals promoting healthy, sustainable communities by encouraging quality design of the built environment and thoughtful use of built and natural resources. We do this by providing technical assistance and access to educational and training opportunities that increase awareness about the built environment, the impact of design and the importance of good urban planning. By actively engaging through partnerships in city and regional initiatives that include guiding communities in creating vision plans and encouraging community involvement in planning and developing processes, CDCR plays a critical role as an advocate for good design in the Greater Rochester Region.


News & Events

 

Reshaping Rochester continues on March 27 with OLIN's Richard Newton!

Join us for Newton's FREE presentation, "Drawn to Water: Design Stories of City and River"! More info here.


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Join us on Wednesday, April 10th for a follow-up discussion of ideas and strategies from Richard Newton's workshop and lecture!

5:30pm at the CDCR Design Gallery.

Our Gallery Salon Series allows community members to gather together, debrief the most recent Reshaping Rochester topic, and discuss how the concepts can be applied in our community.

 

Register by contacting us here.