Vital Little Plans: Jane Jacobs on Cities, Economics and Ethics
Nathan Storring is a writer, curator and designer with a focus on interpreting architecture, city planning, and urban issues for a general audience, and co-editor of Vital Little Plans: The Short Works of Jane Jacobs. Born in Kitchener, ON, he has helped produce exhibitions and permanent exhibits at Urbanspace Gallery (Toronto, ON), the Chicago Architecture Foundation, and the Boston Society of Architects's BSA Space. Currently, he works as a communications associate at Project for Public Spaces (New York, NY), writing and conducting research about placemaking, innovation and urbanism.
Vital Little Plans will be available for purchase at the lecture and Nathan will be available to sign books following the lecture.
Purchase price is $31; cash, credit, debit accepted.
7 Melville Street South
Cambridge, ON N1S 2H4