On October 3, GBC president and CEO Donald C. Fry will speak at the Baltimore Architecture Foundation‘s 2007 Fall Forum. Fry will discuss the transportation issues facing the region.
The event will take place at 12 p.m. at the Berman Auditorium of the Johns Hopkins Downtown Center, Charles and Fayette Streets. All forum sessions are free and attendees are invited to bring a lunch.
Other scheduled lectures about Baltimore’s built environment include:
• October 10: Michael Murphy, AIA, discusses recent changes with CHAP and the issues of making Modern structures city landmarks.
• October 17: Jane Shaab, VP, Economic Development & University of Maryland, Baltimore will discuss the University’s award-winning Biotech Park on Baltimore’s West Side.
• October 24: Baltimore City Planning Director Doug McCoach discusses Comprehensive Rezoning in Baltimore City.
• October 31: Adam Gross, FAIA, presents “Musings about urban design in Baltimore – Pratt Street and its environs.”
The Baltimore Architecture Foundation’s Fall Forum 2007 is supported by Century Engineering and The Johns Hopkins University.