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Jeeyea Kim, an Assistant Professor of the Miller Architecture Program will lead a semester-long, a community-based studio project working closely with the key community members of Washington County. The main site of the project is Lake Salinda, an 88-acre suface lake owned by the City of Salem, which used to be the primary drinking water source for Salem residents, but the water quality is no longer suitable for drinking. With the change, the community members of the City of Salem and Washington County are eager to involve more outdoor leisure activities, and there is a great opportunity to develop the site as a central community recreation area.
For ’21 SP, students of Z602: Architectural Studio V will be asked to propose two different scale of community engagement projects at Lake Salinda. Project 1, Public Art Proposal at Lake Salinda, will ask students to design a public art that will re-envision a public space around the Lake Salinda area. Project 2, Boathouse Community Center, will ask students to design a community center that includes a boathouse and other supporting programs for the community. While both projects will be located around Lake Salinda, Project 1 will be the main project granting the funding from ServeDesign Placemaking Grants.
Justin Green, Mayor, the City of Salem
Judy Johnson, Executive Director, Washington County Community Foundation
Tara Kritzer, Executive Director, Washington County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism
Carol Clodfelter, Salem High School Art Teacher
Rita Robert, Bradie Shrum Elementary School Art Teacher
Brittain Brewer, Outreach Coordinator and Academic Specialist
Steven Baker, Project Fabrication Coordinator, Academic Specialist and Shop Manager
2nd Year Miller Architecture Students (Graduate Program)
Kayley Adams, Alyssa Bullock, Wonsun Choi, Margaret Fitzpatrick, Hiroko Hanamura, Paul Johnson, Jessica Novitski, Anisha Paudel, Lily Reid, Priscilla Rocha, Rachel Staley, Spencer Wilson, and Noelle Ziechner