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“Housing the Homeless” Focus at UNCG’s Novem Mason Symposium

The 2015 Novem Mason Symposium on Community-Engaged Design will focus on housing the homeless and will feature Brent Brown, of bcWORKSHOP …Read More

Support Graffiti Garden, Support Youth

The Center for Community-Engaged Design has recently launched a crowdfunding campaign for Graffiti Garden through The Spartan Project at UNCG.  Graffiti Garden …Read More

CFP: 2015 Imagining America Conference

Conference theme; America Will Be! The Art and Power of “Weaving our We” Imagining America: Artists and Scholars in Public …Read More

Hicks Receives NC Campus Compact’s Sigmon Service-Learning Award

UNCG Assistant Professor Travis Hicks, M.Arch., AIA, IIDA, IDEC, LEED©AP, NCIDQ, is the 2015 Robert L. Sigmon Service-Learning Award recipient. Hosted by North …Read More

Community-Engaged Design Symposium to Focus on Homelessness

Save the Date! On March 5-7, 2015, the UNCG Department of Interior Architecture and Center for Community-Engaged Design will host …Read More

Artists and creatives will share entrepreurial secrets to success

Artists and creative professionals will share secrets to success in the arts at UNCG’s Southern Entrepreneurship in the Arts Conference …Read More

Hicks awarded 2014 CIDA Award for Excellence

The Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) is pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 Award for Excellence. This …Read More

Green Materials for Creative Minds

Entering the sustainable materials library at UNCG’s Interior Architecture (IARc) Program feels like stepping into a professional architecture firm. While …Read More

Engagement Updates from the Center for Community-Engaged Design/IARc

The Center for Community-Engaged Design (CC-ED), led by faculty member Travis Hicks, has steadily gained traction and interest in the Greensboro community. This fall, …Read More

Community-Engaged Art & Design Think Tank Meeting

Photo Caption: A graphic design piece by Think Tanker Kristine Guhne that combines several think tank ideas in one. The …Read More