Future Seattle: A People's Forum

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Frye Art Museum says
Session 1: 12 – 1:30 pm
Session 2: 2:30 – 4 pm

Cities make and remake themselves. Future Seattle: A People’s Forum is a big loud civic conversation, a pragmatic first attempt to understand Seattle’s current flux. The goal of the forum is to assemble a shared vision via moderated discussions around five key questions: how to make Seattle a city that is welcoming, diverse, inclusive, creative, and committed to shared prosperity.

Cary Moon has organized eight sessions: two each on October 31, November 1, November 21, and November 22. In each session a group of thirteen invited guests, representing a diverse cross section of Seattle, will discuss in front of an audience how to achieve the shared vision of a better Seattle. The audience will not participate in the discussion but will listen and bear witness. Note takers for each group will record the discussion and provide the moderators with a detailed summary. At the end of each session, audience members may share ideas and observations with the group.

Cary Moon is a landscape and urban designer and former engineer.
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By: Frye Art Museum

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