The team will lead discussions, a town hall meeting and a public presentation as they work to understand the economic and development potential of the Buddy Holly Hall for the Performing Arts and Sciences on downtown Lubbock.
WHAT: Texas Tech University's UrbanTech Design Center, part of the College of Architecture (CoA), will facilitate discussions, a town hall meeting and a public presentation by the American Institute of Architects' Sustainable Design Assessment Team (SDAT).
- Discussions: 12:30-2:45 p.m. Monday (Oct. 1)
- Town hall meeting: 6-7:30 p.m. Monday (Oct. 1)
- Public presentation: 6-8 p.m. Wednesday (Oct. 3)
WHERE: All events will be held on the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts' (LHUCA) campus, 511 Ave. K.
- Discussions: Christine DeVitt Icehouse
- Town hall meeting: Firehouse Theatre
- Public presentation: Firehouse Theatre
EVENT: Texas Tech's UrbanTech will facilitate three events for SDAT during its three-day visit. The team will work to understand the economic and development potential of the Buddy Holly Hall for the Performing Arts and Sciences on downtown Lubbock.
Discussions will cover the following topics:
- Market analysis/housing analysis and governance
- Urban design, public realm and space, connectivity
- Creative placemaking, cultural arts and identity
All events are free and open to the public and media. If interested in attending one of the discussions on Monday, email Driskill at firstname.lastname@example.org and include which topic you'd like to attend.
The SDAT project was made possible by support from AIA Lubbock, the Lubbock Entertainment/Performing Arts Association, LHUCA, the city of Lubbock, UrbanTech and Texas Tech's CoA.
Sponsors include United Market Street, Alderson Cadillac, McPherson Cellars, Platform Restaurant, Prosperity Bank, D. Williams & Co. P.C., Williams & Co. Real Estate, Jane Henry Design, Tornado Gallery, Charles Adams Gallery, the Lubbock Economic Development Alliance, MWM Architects and AIA architect Mary K. Crites.
CONTACT: David Driskill, director of UrbanTech Design Center and associate professor, College of Architecture, Texas Tech University, (806) 543-7165 or email@example.com