As the Panther Island project gains momentum and the vision changes focus, it is important to hear from communities that will be directly impacted by it. Join us in a conversation that centers the North Side as a primary stakeholder. If you attended (or even if you didn’t) the Fort Worth Report Candid Conversation regarding Panther Island and are interested in further discussion from the Northside’s perspective, join us on August 30th at 6 pm at Artes de la Rosa. We hope to see you there if you live, work, or play in the Northside.
The panelists are members of the Northside community, including Jason Escobedo, Graduate Student at UT-Arlington School of Architecture and Northside resident; Annette Landeros, President & CEO of Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; Sal Espino, Attorney and business owner in Northside; and Richard & Patricia Perez, Residents of Northside. The event will be moderated by Dennis Antonio Chiessa, who grew up in Northside and is an Assistant Professor of Architecture at UTA and a Community Design Fort Worth board member.
Wednesday, August 30th 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Artes de la Rosa
1440 N Main St
Fort Worth TX, 76164
Free tickets, donations accepted
About Urban Design Talks
CDFW Urban Design Talks are monthly chats for the community to learn, converse and grow in all things urban design. Talks will cover a broad list of topics including tiny homes, water & design, food deserts, the history of housing in Fort Worth, and so much more! Urban Design Talks are cohosted with The American Institute of Architects!
About Community Design Fort Worth
Community Design Fort Worth is a nonprofit organization with a mission to enhance the quality of life in Fort Worth communities by:
Serving as a resource for design and planning assistance
Engaging the public in dialogue about key issues and opportunities
Undertaking long-term visioning in anticipation of future challenges