On May 18th, 2022, join us for a conversation on the protocols used to organize and catalyze collective living projects. Protocols encapsulate the often invisible forces that underlie collective living projects—from land acquisition and tenure models, to economics and resource allocation—these protocols form the critical foundations for commoning practices. During this conversation, voices from residents in collective living communities will be joined by Zarinah Agnew from District Commons, Sunny Angulo from the City of San Francisco, Saki Bailey from the San Francisco Community Land Trust, and Kate Conner from San Francisco Planning. This event is supported by the CCA Architecture Division and organized by The Urban Works Agency, and is presented in association with the House of Commons exhibition at The David Ireland House that is on view through May 31.
Please note that this event will be taking place outside on the terrace. Doors open at 6pm, program begins at 6:30pm.
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