Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies
Fresh produce stalls in the renovated heritage building that houses the Early Morning Market, Durban, South Africa, 1995-present. iTRUMP (Inner Thekwini Regeneration & Urban Management Program). Locally sourced masonry units, concrete, steel, timber. © Dennis Gilbert, Working in Warwick. www.museumofcontemporarycraft.org
The MA in Critical Theory and Creative Research at the Pacific Northwest College of Art and the Ford Institute for Visual Education
“Multimethodology for Humanitarian Design”
Friday; October 12, 2012
1:30-3:00: CT+CR Headquarters
Formerly with Portland-based Ecotrust, Howard Silverman has worked in numerous areas, including food systems, fisheries and forestry, climate and energy, and ecosystem services. He utilizes numerous tools in his work, including systems thinking, scenario planning, spatial planning, market design, life-cycle assessment, online-offline participatory processes, and communities of practice. Projects have included SectionZ, Vivid Picture, People and Place, and Resilience & Transformation. His writings have appeared in Conservation Biology, Ecopsychology, and the Journal of Industrial Ecology as well as the Huffington Post, Shareable, and On the Commons. He blogs at Solving for Pattern.
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