*Applications are closed for the 2018-19 program*
CityWorks is led by Manuel Cordero Alvarado and Bryce DuBois.
Manuel, co-founder of DownCity Design, currently works as a School Construction Planner for the RI Department of Education and as an adjunct professor in the RISD Architecture Department.
Born and raised in Puerto Rico, Manuel received his undergraduate degree from Yale University and earned a Master’s of Architecture degree from the UC Berkeley. He is a licensed architect in Rhode Island, with several years of experience in large-scale institutional projects, with a focus on educational and community planning projects. Manuel is an active member of the Providence community, and is passionate about broadening participation in shaping the built environment.
Bryce is a lecturer in the RISD Liberal Arts Department and a public parks consultant researcher. Raised in the Berkshires, Bryce earned a PhD in Environmental Psychology from the Graduate Center at the City University of New York and received postdoctoral training in the Department of Natural Resources at Cornell University. He has several years of experience designing collaborative interdisciplinary research projects on social/cultural use and meaning of urban parks, with an emphasis on resilience and climate adaptation. Active with many organizations and communities in the greater Providence region, Bryce cares deeply about supporting communities to create democratic and resilient public places.
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2018-19 PROGRAM SCHEDULE
CityWorks Fellows meet weekly on Tuesday evenings, from 6-8:30 pm. Fellows must commit to attending every workshop. Meetings take place at the DownCity Design Studio, located at 425 West Fountain Street on the West Side of Providence. Light dinner will be provided at each workshop.
Part One: EXPLORE / IMAGINE
Part Two: EVOLVE
Part Three: MAKE
Applications are closed.
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