Join us for our next Design Thinking Breakfast Click here for the link to register. The April DT Breakfast will feature facilitator Ricardo Millhouse of The Design School at Arizona State University!
Ricardo (he, they), teaches urban design and interior architecture in The Design School at Arizona State University. Ricardo’s research interests include design justice, qualitative research methods, interiority, and sensation. Ricardo’s current book project, Interiorities, explores spatial marginalization, economic deprivation, anti-Blackness, and sensation across Brooklyn, New York post-Stonewall to understand how and to what extent Black queer placemaking occurs across gentrifying Brooklyn.
Read for more about Ricardo and their research here.
Read more about their work with the Queer Spaces Initiative here.
A “Design Thinking Breakfast” is an informal monthly event which allows a space to build community among those using design, design thinking, and related methods for social impact with some local flavor, particularly from the greater New Orleans area and the Gulf South. The goal is to learn from each other! The format will evolve as we learn, together, what might be most valuable (and enjoyable!) to us all. Breakfasts will include both times to mingle and one or two quick activities to foster knowledge-sharing or community-building. You can read more about it here: https://taylor.tulane.edu/design-thinking/breakfasts/