On Saturday, April 27th, students pursuing the Master of Urban Design degree at OU-Tulsa will be presenting their capstone projects. Each student was encouraged to pursue an original design or research projects that benefits Tulsa and Oklahoma. Projects include Robbie Wing’s “Towards an Understanding of Wholeness,” Daniel Jeffries’ “Lively and Livable: Reinvigorating 2nd Street,” Saudamini Inamdar’s “City Gateways for Broken Arrow,” Ray Powell’s “Explorer Park Placemaking,” Joel Hensley’s “Cottage Communities: Macro to Micro,” and Katie Wing’s “Exploring Perceptions of Safety: Denver Avenue Station.”
Join us for a final review of their work!
When: Sat., April 27, 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Where: Tulsa Foundation for Architecture, Street Cred
To request accommodations, contact Shawn Shaefer (firstname.lastname@example.org).