A Library for a Black and Brown Imagination

Sunday, Apr 9, 2017 3 – 6 pm

5020 S. Cornell
Chicago, IL 60615

From the design of negotiating tables to ascending stairs to the entrance of a museum, architecture and design help shape our imaginations and confer power. Think through what a library needs to be in the 21st Century during this round table discussion. Featuring Jorge Lucero and Obama Foundation design team members Andres Hernandez, Norman Teague, and Amanda Williams. This event is a collaborative program between PUBLIC SCHOOL and the exhibition The Presidential Library Project: Black Presidential Imaginary on view in the Kanter McCormick Gallery.