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Tuesday, October 1 • 9:45am - 1:00pm
Mobile Workshop: Harnessing Transiency: How to Co-create Spaces with Immigrant Communities FILLING

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Meet at Waterhouse Pavilion by 9:30am so you can register for the conference and check-in with the mobile workshop leader before heading off to the mobile workshop as a group. 

Workshop transportation: via Shuttle

Join us for charrette-style workshops with three immigrant-focused community projects that are transitioning to new spaces in the city. Project organizers are interested in learning ways to create active, equitable and inclusive spaces including: a neighborhood-led outdoor space, a Latinx community center that is expanding to serve a growing demographic, and a mobile community arts organization establishing roots in a permanent location. Collectively, these projects reach 25,000 residents per year.

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Josiah Golson

Civic Artist, 800 Collective
Josiah Golson is an artist, lawyer, and writer from Chattanooga, Tennessee. He is the founder of the 800 Collective, a diverse group of artists using art as a means of civic engagement and public discourse. Josiah’s work comprises of creative workshops, public art projects, and... Read More →
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Daniela Peterson

Welcoming Places Program Director TN, Trust for Public Land - Chattanooga, TN
Hi there, I'm a brown, immigrant woman from Chile. As a Social Worker I specialized in Public Politics that includes a Children's Rights Perspective. In the past 14 years, I have worked with non-profits, city government, a Juvenal detention center, and public schools; all experiences... Read More →

Ana Mancebo

Community and Economic Development Professional, La Paz Chattanooga

Jazmine LeBlanc

Co-founder, ELLA Library

Lily Sanchez

Communications Coordinator, La Paz

Tuesday October 1, 2019 9:45am - 1:00pm EDT
Waterhouse Pavilion