AIANH and Plan NH present Citizen Architect, a film about Samuel Mockbee and his Rural Studio
Wednesday February 26, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM EST
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Red River Theater
11 South Main Street
Concord, NH 03301
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You do good work, every day. But what if  your work could make a difference in someone's life, or in a community?
You are invited to attend, with others interested in the impact of planning, design, and/or development on the fabric of a town or neighborhood, a showing of Citizen Architect, a film about Samuel Mockbee and his Rural Studio. 

Mr. Mockbee believed that professionals can and should include social responsibility in their work, and this film tells his story of designing and building homes and other important buildings for the very, very poor in the South. In his is Rural Studio, architecture students learn the craft through real projects for real people.

Immediately following this one-hour, powerful film, we hope to start a conversation about how we can incorporate Mr. Mockbee's philosophy right here in the Granite State.

Special guests will be leaders from  Building on Hope, a shining example of Mockbee's ideals at work here in New Hampshire.  Building on Hope gathers volunteers for "extreme makeovers" of non-profit facilities - they will talk about their upcoming project in Amherst.

CEU's pending.

So save the date and register TODAY - seating is limited.
This will be a great opportunity to meet new people and start thinking a little differently about your impact on the world.  

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to give us a call.

Robin H. LeBlanc
Plan New Hampshire