City in Five Acts: Interpreting Urban Experience
You're invited to the sixth lecture in the University of Washington's NEXT CITY: Sustainable Urbanization series. Daniel S. Friedman, Dean of the UW College of Built Environments, will deliver the Spring 2010 Provost Distinguished Lecture, City in Five Acts: Interpreting Urban Experience.
Presented by UW Provost Phyllis Wise, Dean Friedman's lecture will explore the "analogical city" and offer five interpretive vignettes that frame evolving images of the city, each featuring a singular author and artwork that illuminate major and minor themes of human experience.
Cost: Free and open to the public, but seating is limited. Advance registration is recommended. Use the RSVP on the website or call the UWAA at 206-543-0540 or 1-800-AUW-ALUM.
This lecture is part of the UW's NEXT CITY: Sustainable Urbanization series. See the NEXT CITY site for more details on the series.
About Daniel Friedman
Daniel S. Friedman is dean of the College of Built Environments (formerly the College of Architecture and Urban Planning) at the University of Washington. He lectures and writes widely on professional education and ethics, public architecture, and 20th century theory.
UWTV will be taping this event. To find out when the lectures will be aired, please visit UWTV.org