A grassroots future facilities charrette

charrette

char·rette [shuh-ret] noun

“a final, intensive effort to finish a project, especially an architectural design project, before a deadline.”

Unit 4 has given us lots of data to process, but still, what does it look like to put a high school near the Centennial site? What about on Olympian Drive? What about Neil and Bradley?

Come explore with us; we will have large-format GIS maps that we can mark up with pencils, pens, and lots of accessories like Monopoly® hotels, scissors, notepads, stickies, etc. The idea is to have fun brainstorming while using our hands to physically manipulate the possibilities.

1:00—4:00 pm, Sunday, April 7th
Foundation Room (Room 222) Champaign Public Library (upper level)

Two more will be planned, one later in April and one in May

UPDATE: you don’t have to stay for the entire 3 hours – come when you can, stay for as long as you want.

UPDATE: Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/162927813865981/

UPDATE: Meg Dicksinson wrote a brief for the NG: http://www.news-gazette.com/news/education/2013-04-04/residents-discuss-champaign-school-site-ideas.html; she also gave us a nice tinyurl for this post: http://tinyurl.com/grassrootfacilities.

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2 Responses to “A grassroots future facilities charrette”

  1. The State of the District | Citizen4: A citizen's blog about Champaign Unit 4 Says:

    […] in mind that Chuck Jackson and I are holding a very relevant charrette on Sunday, April 7th – we feel very strongly that there is much more work to do in thinking about what to do with […]

  2. Future Facilities: do your homework and talk to the board | Citizen4: A citizen's blog about Champaign Unit 4 Says:

    […] community-focused engagement, along the lines of Springfield’s Education Summit and (not or) charrettes used by planners. I have asked the board and the district administration on multiple occasions to […]


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