WHEN: September 23 – 25
Together, we’ll dive into issues related to inclusion and equity in public life—the everyday social life of parks, plazas, sidewalks, and other spaces between buildings—and share approaches to planning, designing, and sustaining quality public spaces. Last year we developed an agenda for action. This year, we take it further—but we need your ideas.
- Early Bird Student – $195
- Early Bird Gov/Nonprofit – $295
- Early Bird Participant – $450
- Student – $275
- Gov/Nonprofit – $375
- Participant – $525
(*Note: Detroit is not the entire Lower Peninsula of the State of Michigan)
WHEN: October 5 – 7
Join the OpenStreetMap community at State of the Map US in Detroit, Michigan. Connect with other mappers, businesses, government agencies, and non profits, all collaborating around the free and editable map of the world. Share your vision for the project, learn how to work with OpenStreetMap data, and hack on the latest mapping improvements.
- Early Bird Student – $25
- Early Bird Individual – $100
- Individual – $200
WHEN: October 28 – 30
What can city leaders do to fuel innovation that improves quality of life for all? What can rising cities learn from the challenges faced by peers? At CityLab 2018, The Atlantic, The Aspen Institute and Bloomberg Philanthropies will convene the world’s city and community leaders to consider a new narrative worthy of the many global cities whose history may weigh heavy, but whose future holds the promise of a fresh page.
ATTENDANCE: Invitation only