CAP Guest Lecture - Daniel Winterbottom, University of Washington

Monday, September 13, 2021 5pm

1250 14th Street

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Activist, Listener, Designer: Drawing as a Community Discourse

Daniel Winterbottom has focused his career to serve marginalized communities in Guatemala, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Japan, China, and Sweden. He has created supportive environments for communities of garbage pickers, in psychiatric hospitals, prisons, war victims and refugees. His design-build projects address inequities and explore opportunities to solve complex challenges for those experiencing trauma, displacement, alienation and prejudice. He  also has been hand drawing and field sketching throughout most of his career, using the medium as a means of inquiry and investigation to examine issues ranging from social justice and inequity to detailing and material expression. He received EDRA’s Great Places Award in 2010 and 2019, numerous ASLA Awards and was inducted as an ASLA Fellow in 2011. His book “Design-Build, Integrating Craft, Service, and Research through applied Academic and Practice Models” was released by Routledge, Spring 2020 and co-authored “Healing Gardens” by Timber Press in 2015.  In 2021 he was the only American of 4 awardees to receive an Urban Sketchers Reportage Grant for 2021 for his project “The Shifting Landscapes of Despair, Hope, Survival and Persistence“

  • Darnell, Leonard
  • Mangum, Tucker
  • Aldiana Mujic
  • Carolyn Bresnahan

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