TEDxLAU is hosting their biggest event to date at the Lebanese American University in Beirut. The event seeks to expose how people who live in urban settings can form stronger connections with their city and the many initiatives that make it such a vibrant community.
The TEDxLAU team is dedicating the entire month of April to further develop this connection, culminating in their 5th salon on Urban In(ter)vention on April 22nd.
The event will feature Ayssar Arida, an “Urbatect” who believes architecture is obsolete, screenings of TEDTalks on architecture, design, and urban innovation, and opportunities to form connections with your urban community to take action and intervene.
For more information, or to register, check out their website here.