The Conference, held May 9 – 10 in Madison, facilitates in-depth discussion in Diversity, Resilience, Leadership and the Next Practice. Join HGA during the following presentations:
Coaching our Future: Mentoring
May 9 from 10:50 – 11:50 a.m.
Jim Shields, FAIA is among the panelists for this interactive session where participates will share observations and ideas about the challenges of effective mentorship through a series of charrettes, facilitated by experienced mentors.
The Boldt Company Keynote Address: Here and the Hereafter
May 9 from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.
The Keynote Address, presented by Joan Soranno, FAIA, explores how landscape, history and art can influence and shape community-centric projects.
The Empathy Effect: Mixed Reality for Design
May 10 from 8:45 – 9:45 a.m.
Emerging technologies are giving us the ability to better understand the buildings we design and the people who inhabit them. In this presentation, Jonathan B. Bartling, AIA, will explore how layering design, technology and data are transforming the way we deliver the built environment. The “Empathy Effect Prototype” is a virtual reality platform that allows users the ability to experience ailments that trouble the elderly population.