Jane’s Walk: Get to Know your Greenway - Where Do We Come From, Where are We Going?
May 2, 11am – 2pm
Guided walks begin at the intersection of the Selmon Greenway and The Riverwalk at Joseph Frye/Anchor Park, Downtown Tampa
Jane’s Walks are free, locally organized walking tours, in which people get together to explore, talk about and celebrate their neighborhoods. Distinguished from traditional lecture based tours, a Jane’s Walk is more of a walking conversation in which leaders share their knowledge, but also encourage discussion and participation among the walkers. The Walk’s namesake, Jane Jacobs (1916-2006), was an urbanist and activist whose writings, including her influential book "The Death and Life of Great American Cities”, championed a community-based approach to city building.
Join us for free, guided walks introducing and celebrating the newly paved path of the Selmon Greenway, as part of RiverFest 2015. The conversational walks, guided by members of the Tampa Bay Chapter of the Congress for New Urbanism, will feature a dialogue with Greenway expert Alana Brasier, a pop-up park designed by The Urban Conga and a Dream Site where participants will be encouraged to envision future engagement activities and amenities along the Selmon Greenway.
With Hidden Noise Listening Program with Stephan Vitiello
June 12, 7pm
USF Contemporary Art Museum
Join us for a listening program with Stephen Vititello, curator of CAM's summer sound exhibiition With Hidden Noise.
All events are FREE unless otherwise noted.
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