March 7, 2023
Building HueSpaces is a series of programs created through a partnership between Museum Hue and the American Institute of Architects (AIA)NY Cultural Facilities Committee to provide a step-by-step toolkit for small and medium-sized, NYC-based arts nonprofit entities looking to make the jump into a brick-and-mortar home for their organization. Broken down into five sessions, Building HueSpaces will be offered in a hybrid format for all who are interested in participating, with recorded sessions being made available in the days following the live, in-person event. Each session is designed in a way that you can join one, a few, or all to listen and receive resources on how to move forward with that step of the project.
In this panel discussion, the team behind the series will speak on a panel moderated by a local architect to discuss the importance of making the capital planning and building process more accessible to small and medium-sized organizations and arts entities, while unpacking the urgency behind demystifying what a huge undertaking a capital project can be for an organization. This session will unpack ways that architects, designers, and urban planners can support their local museums and communities looking to embark on this process.
The event will be held in Atlanta, Georgia on March 13, 2023, as part of Mid-Atlanta Association of Museum's Building Museums Symposium.
Tiffany LaTrice, Founder and Executive Director of TILA Studios
Martina Dodd, Program Director of Curation and Object Based Learning at Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library
Marian Liou, Director of Arts and Culture for Smart Growth America
Koray Duman, Founder and Principal of Büro Koray Duman Architects
Sierra Van Ryck deGroot, Deputy Director of MuseumHue
Peter Zuspan, Founding Principal of Bureau V Architecture