The Tulane School of Architecture hosted a session of the Mayors’ Institute on City Design geared toward small and mid-sized cities from March 29-31, 2022.
Tulane School of Architecture
The Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design is a key outreach and design advocacy initiative within the Tulane School of Architecture. The center’s core mission is to learn about the challenges of municipal design, to create a regional knowledge base concerning public development and design, and to educate local leaders regarding the importance of quality planning and design.
Mayor Jeffrey Hall, Alexandria, LA
Mayor Rochelle Robinson, Douglasville, GA
Mayor Friday Ellis, Monroe, LA
Mayor Shirley Washington, Pine Bluff, AR
Mayor Greg Cromer, Slidell, LA
Mayor Jennifer Vidrine, Ville Platte, LA
Davon Barbour, CEO, Downtown Development District, New Orleans, LA
Antoine Bryant, Director of Planning, City of Detroit, Detroit, MI
Sara Carr, Assistant Professor of Architecture, Northeastern University, Boston, MA
Kimberly Dowdell, Marketing Principal, HOK, Chicago, IL
Cathi Ho Schar, Assistant Professor, University of Hawai’i, Honolulu, HI
Howard Ways, COO, Department of Transportation Washington, DC
Cover photo by Visit New Orleans