Lagos Studio Info Session II
Oct 9 1:30pm
Part of the Fall 2018 Colloquium The City and its People—info session will be held afterward
Attend this info session to learn more about the Spring 2019 Graduate Interdisciplinary Studio: "Infrastructure Imaginaries: Informal Urbanism, Creativity and Ecology in Lagos, Nigeria." Instructors Charisma Acey (City and Regional Planning) and Ivy Mills (History of Art) will present an overview of the course, including travel to Lagos and details on the application process. This studio fulfills the studio requirement for the Graduate Certificate in Global Urban Humanities. Priority enrollment is offered to students pursuing the Graduate Certificate.
Professors Acey and Mills will be presenting at the Fall 2018 Colloquium The City and its People on the same topic as this studio on Oct 9 12-1:30pm in 170 Wurster. Students interested in the Lagos studio are encouraged to attend. This info session will be held right after the Oct 9 talk beginning at 1:30pm.
Questions? Email Program Coordinator Sarah Hwang at firstname.lastname@example.org