In November 2012 my Facilities Master Plan studio put on a Tactical Urbanism salon which was open to professional planners for 5 hours of Certification Maintenance Credit as well as students and the public at large. For this event our studio collected and pared down popular guerrilla urbanism tactics into several practical options for workshops or the space in general. I was responsible for engaging the participants and public in playful games during the event. The research I started for this project turned into the “Pop-Up Play” project which has its own project page.
Skills and knowledge learned/improved upon: Tactical urbanism, public engagement, public art, urban gaming, event planning, collaboration, networking.
American Planning Association: Ohio Chapter, The Ohio State University School of Architecture