BRW’s own AIA Dallas President, Ms. Lisa Lamkin, and fifty of the world’s most dynamic urban leaders—mayors, policy makers, entrepreneurs, business leaders, designers, planners, scientists, technologists, activists, and citizens—are going to convene to discuss and develop long-term visions and specific action plans for the Purpose City.
The Purpose City workshop will take place tomorrow, Thursday, June 19 in Dallas and involve participants from both events as well as other select guests.
The venue will be the beautiful Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in the Dallas Arts District. They will use the school’s auditorium, commons, work studios, and outdoor “green room” for a day of blue-sky thinking and intense collaboration.
Dallas Arts District
The Booker T. Washington High School is located at 2501 Flora Street
in the Dallas Arts District. The unique, 68-acre, 19-block neighborhood in the heart of the city is a center for innovative architecture, world-class exhibitions, exemplary cultural programming, and much more.