Mayors' Institute on City Design

MICD New Orleans 2022

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.


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.


Jeffrey Hall | Alexandria, LA
Rochelle Robinson | Douglasville, GA
Friday Ellis | Monroe, LA
Shirley Washington | Pine Bluff, AR
Greg Cromer | Slidell, LA
Jennifer Vidrine | Ville Platte, LA

Resource Team

Davon Barbour | Downtown Development District | New Orleans, LA
Antoine Bryant | City of Detroit Planning | Detroit, MI
Sara Carr | Northeastern University | Boston, MA
Kimberly Dowdell | HOK | Chicago, IL
Cathi Ho Schar | University of Hawai’i | Honolulu, HI
Howard Ways | Department of Transportation | Washington, DC


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