Hip-Hop Architecture Neighborhood Celebration Chad Holder


Hip-Hop Architecture Neighborhood Celebration

June 29
5-8 p.m.
Art, Family Events, Festivals, Speakers

What is hip-hop architecture? Come to Springboard for the Arts’ new space to find out. In “Close to the Edge: The Birth of Hip-Hop Architecture,” Sekou Cooke, assistant professor at the Syracuse University School of Architecture, has curated an exhibition of 21 designers, researchers, and students who are a part of the emerging movement. This Saturday, featured artist James Garrett, a recipient of the 2019 national AIA Young Architects Award and principal of 4RM+ULA architecture, will be presenting in the space as part of a neighborhood block party. Juxtaposition Arts is also part of the event. This is a chance to check out this exhibition, which is getting national attention, and hear from experts on what the movement is all about.