The seven FLLW (Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture) Studio students will present their designs and proposed interventions for Broad Street that will help revitalize the downtown corridor of Globe. The students took on an dditional project, and have also worked to produce the design or a community garden in Claypool that can be used by the local community. After each presentation, we encourage you
stay and engage in one-on-one conversations with our students, faculty and fellow members of the community. We
look forward to hearing your feedback and ideas! Jason Donofrio, Director of Development.
The Exhibition will take place at the Cobre Valley Center for the Arts at 101 N. Broad Street, January 14th 6:30 pm – 8:30pm.
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