Thursday, July 26
Epperson Auditorium, Kansas City Art Institute
5:30-6:00 – Reception
6:00-7:30 – Discussion
A map of the campus, and available parking, can be downloaded from the Events section on the Snapshot website.
The second public forum, entitled Time to Work, examines how we define “work” in Kansas City, and how our workplaces in turn define us. Our individual efforts to make a living have shaped the built environment of Kansas City perhaps more than any other societal trend. Are we fully aware of the consequences of our choices? How are the decisions we make as individuals, businesses and organizations regarding how and where we work affecting how we interact with the built environment and each other? Bottom line: when it comes to working in Kansas City: what’s working and what’s not? A diverse panel of local and regional leaders will bring a wealth of experience to the table, and our audience will be encouraged to share their stories and concerns.
Wayne Cauthen: City Manager, City of Kansas City Missouri
Barrett Hatches: President/CEO, Swope Health Services
Reed Kroloff: Director, Cranbrook Academy of Art and Art Museum
Cydney Millstein: Architectural Historian based in Kansas City
Richard Wetzel, AIA – JE Dunn Construction, President-elect AIA Kansas City