Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.

SF Sustainability/Design Events: 3/19; 4/9; 5/21

Expand Messages
  • irvin dawid
    3 Sustainability/Design events to be held in SF at PG&E Energy Center 851 Howard St, thanks, David ... **************** Event Announcements *****************
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 19, 2003
      3 Sustainability/Design events to be held in SF at PG&E Energy Center
      851 Howard St,

      thanks, David

      ----Original Message Follows----

      **************** Event Announcements *****************

      ADPSR Building Ecology Lecture
      Wednesday, March 19, 2003

      "The Village Lives"
      by Mark Lakeman
      Co-Director, Creative Vision
      The City Repair Project
      Portland, Oregon

      Hear Mark Lakeman, co-founder of City Repair, a citizen activist
      organization in Portland Oregon that is building a more
      community-oriented and ecologically sustainable society. They have
      spawned numerous innovative public gathering places throughout
      Southeast Portland, including Share-it Square and more than a dozen
      projects built during the 2002 Natural Building Convergence that they
      hosted. His1.5 hour slide presentation will compare the space-time
      relationships of village cultures to the inversion of those
      relationships in unsustainable culture. Learn how the re-creation of
      Village is transforming neighborhoods and effecting profound change
      within Portland's political leadership and bureaucracies.

      PG&E Energy Center
      851 Howard St., San Francisco
      6:00 pm reception, 6:30 slide show/lecture
      $3 - $7 suggested donation
      No reservations are needed

      John Echlin: Restorative Architecture (scroll down to register)
      Wednesday, April 9 (6:30 pm to 8:00 pm) at the PEC
      Refreshments served from 6:00 pm to 6:30 pm.

      Drawing on examples of work from SERA Architects, Principal John Echlin will
      share his experience in searching for an architecture that is more than
      sustainable, but restorative to the human spirit and planet. This event is
      co-sponsored by Architects/Designers/Planners for Social Responsibility
      (ADPSR) and the Pacific Energy Center.
      Cost: No fee for this program
      Educational Credits: AIA: 1.5 (more information about AIA education units)
      Register: <A



      or call 415.973.7268 to register for this class.

      Healing Landscapes: Design Recommendations for Gardens in Healthcare

      Slide Show and Lecture by Clare Cooper Marcus

      Wednesday, May 21, 2003, 6:00 pm
      San Francisco

      The Western world once knew the healing power of nature, then lost
      it, but is now regaining that knowledge. Clare Cooper Marcus,
      Professor Emeritus, UC Berkeley, and author of "Healing Gardens"
      (Wiley 2000) has studied how hospital outdoor space can be used to
      benefit patients, staff, and visitors. Her slide presentation will
      critique garden designs from USA, UK, and Canada.

      PG&E Energy Center
      851 Howard St., San Francisco
      6:00 pm reception, 6:30 presentation
      $3 - $7 suggested donation

      Event hosted by Architects/Designers/Planners for Social Responsibility
      Part of ADPSR's Building Ecology Forum - a monthly public lecture
      series now in its 10th year.
      ADPSR NorCal

      Forwarded as a courtesy of Nor Cal ADPSR. These postings are originated by
      others and ADPSR takes no responsibility for content. To be removed from
      this list, reply to this email with the word "REMOVE" and the e-mail address
      it was originally sent to in the subject line.

      Reply only to: For more information contact Lynne Elizabeth 415 974 1306.

      Are you an ADPSR member? Join today and help support our work towards
      socially responsible development, and green building. See the membership
      form at:


      To set the ADPSR events calendar as your browser Home Page (so you can see
      what's about to take place), open Internet Explorer, go to:
      pull down "Tools," select "Internet Options," and under "Home Page," select,
      "Use Current." You'll need to update it each month, but your life will be
      improved immeasurably.

      Tired of spam? Get advanced junk mail protection with MSN 8.
    Your message has been successfully submitted and would be delivered to recipients shortly.