The Jaguar Corridor Initiative is an unprecedented large-scale conservation project that envisages a continuous territory from northern Argentina to the southern United States to preserve the life of jaguars. In this presentation, Salcedo will discuss the making of a cartography of interconnection that makes visible the entanglements and frictions between urbanization and the Jaguar Corridor.
The Death and Life of Affordable Housing: Public Input in Housing Tax Credit Projects
Housing Tax Credits finance the vast majority of affordable rental units built in the United States. In Texas, this process is highly competitive and our scoring system creates a unique incentive structure for developments seeking financing. In addition to location-based scoring factors, this system includes several opportunities for public input, which can help projects outscore others, or end their bids for tax credit financing.
On Friday, October 28, in WMB 5.102, the Center for American Architecture and Design hosts Associate Professor Charles L. Davis II for "Colonialism as Style: On the Beaux-Arts Tradition" as part of the CAAD Forum series.
On Friday, October 14, in WMB 5.102, the Center for American Architecture and Design hosts Stephanie Choi, 2020-22 Emerging Scholar, for “illegible/inconceivable,” a presentation on speculative fictions, the right to opacity, and quotidian rituals.
Join Lake|Flato on October 13 at 11:00am for a presentation on the firm, current work, and hiring practices. The event will be held in the Dean's Conference Room, Goldsmith Hall. *This event is only for current UTSOA students. Lunch will be provided on a first come, first serve basis. Students, RSVP your attendance here.