SMU presents New Cities, Future Ruins

New Cities, Future Ruins
Looking East Over Unbuilt “Ascaya” Lots, Black Mountain Beyond, Henderson, NV, 2010.  Photo by Michael Light

New Cities, Future Ruins is a four-year curatorial initiative inviting artists, designers, and thinkers to re-imagine the extreme urbanism of America’s Western Sun Belt. Fast-growing symbols of opportunity and entrepreneurialism, the region's cities are sprawling agglomerations in delicate ecosystems, marked by resource overuse, dramatic demographic change, and political struggle that particularize and illuminate global crises of rapid urbanization. Suburban in texture, they are 21st-century spaces that resist creative traditions inherited from the industrial city.

The convening of New Cities, Future Ruins is a hybrid conference and festival that will feature artists’ projects, tours, and events throughout the city, as well as talks, roundtable discussions, screenings, and workshops.

Event Details

When

11.14.16 | 12:00 pm
11.13.16 | 12:00 pm
11.12.16 | 12:00 pm
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11.11.16 | 12:00 pm

Where

Southern Methodist University
3225 University Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75205

Beefhaus Collective
833 Exposition St.
Dallas, TX 75226

Jubilee Park Community Center
917 Bank St.
Dallas, TX

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Ticket Info

$20–$100