Urban Works Agency co-hosted game nights at the following events associated with the Resilient by Design Bay Area Challenge:
In It Together Game Night
September 12, 2018
Resilient by Design Exhibition Storefront
302 Folsom Street, San Francisco
Affiliated with Global Climate Action Summit. With All Bay Collective and In It Together student co-creators Shahad Alamoudi, Marwan Bar-masood, Georgia Came, Denisse Correa Guerra, Alli Foronda, Eric Fura, Francisco Garcia, Jessica Grinaker, Fathmath Isha, Lori Martinez, Jennifer Pandian and Sabrina Schrader. Link.
Celebrate Climate Resilience—Eat, Drink, Play & Plan
Thursday, October 5, 2017
Manzanita Recreation Center in Marin City
Resilient by Design, Shore Up Marin, Marin City Community Services District, County of Marin, and the Urban Works Agency invite you to an evening reception. Meet and mingle with the 10 teams selected for the Resilient by Design | Bay Area Challenge, your friends, and your neighbors. This is a great opportunity to informally ask internationally recognized experts your questions about climate adaptation, sea level rise, flooding, etc., and to share your vision for a Marin that has successfully adapted to sea level rise.
Light buffet dinner will be served. Learn about games used to envision solutions to sea level rise and climate impacts from their creators, including Marin County’s Game of Floods and others. The event is free and open to the public. All ages welcome. Link.
In It Together Pop-up Exhibition at BART Coliseum Station
May 10, 2018, 4-7pm
With All Bay Collective and In It Together student co-creators.
Come play a Sea Level Rise board game at the Oakland Coliseum BART station!
Thursday, May 10th from 4-7pm at the parking lot entrance. Link.
In It Together workshop with the Higher Ground Leadership Workforce
Madison Park Academy Elementary School, Oakland
In It Together Game Night with East Oakland Collective
Mills College, Oakland
Resilient by Design closing exhibition and event
Rock Wall Wine Company
In It Together workshop with Project Working Group
East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation
Oakland Apr 2018