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Annapolis 2060 - Inspiration and Ideas

Three Reports on the Future of the City of Annapolis:

Sponsored by EnVISIONing Annapolis with support from the Institute for the Future @ Anne Arundel Community College

An Overview: What is in These Reports?

During the week of March 15-19, 2008, EnVISIONing Annapolis sponsored the 2060 Annapolis Design Charrette: an intense, investigation, creative conceptualization and design of future scenario. Team Participants included architects, consultants, professors and students of architecture from Catholic University of America, Morgan State University, University of Maryland College Park, and Virginia Tech University.

The charrettes were used to stimulate new ideas. This downloadable file reflects a citizens' feedback session at the Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts in Annapolis sponsored by EnVISIONing Annapolis and the Institute for the Future at Anne Arundel Community College on April 19, 2008. During a one-hour plenary session and ensuing breakout sessions, enthusiastic participants engaged their task dynamically, not judgmentally.

On June 4-5, 2008, six Loeb Fellowship Awardees from the Loeb Fellowship Alumni Association of the Graduate School of Design-Harvard University gathered in a day-long assessment of the 2060 charrettes and citizen feedback gathered in March and April 2008. An estimated 30+ citizens attended a presentation by the Fellows. This downloadable file reflects:

1. Loeb Fellows’ Assessment and Recommendations
2. Exit Survey Results Citizens: 
     a. What were the best ideas? 
     b. What ideas were missed? 
     c. Strategy: What should we do now?

This graphically rich report produced by Glenn Smith, Morgan State University, documents the events and results of the Envisioning Annapolis Workshop combining professional expertise of Loeb Fellowship, expertise and input of the citizens of Annapolis, the Envisioning Annapolis Foundation and the Institute for the Future @ AACC.