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Not sure how or why I got kicked out. Have a safe weekend
On Feb 12, 2021, at 3:47 PM, Mh Kincaid <jamasu88@...> wrote:
I was using my phone earlier. This s from my laptop I went straight to the Zoom meeting using the link below
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Subject: Re: [pdxshelterforum] PSU Fridays@4: Lisa Patterson / Hygiene Hub: New Typologies in Addressing Homelessness
here's the Zoom link for 4pm PSU Architecture Fridays@4 event:
(and Meeting ID is below, not sure if needed. The organizer notes there will be a delay after connecting until you are allowed in from the waiting space. This may mean you do need to RSVP).
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The Zoom link for the Fridays@4 is here:
When you connect to the meeting, there will be a delay until you are allowed in from the waiting space, but you should be connected after a few minutes.
Portland State University
Until further notice, the School of Architecture office is closed to the public. Winter 2021 term instruction will be fully remote.
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Bcc: Lisa Patterson, Sandra Comstock, Hygiene4All
RSVP for free online talk today via Zoom, with the designer Lisa Patterson about the wonderful, recently-opened Hygiene Hub, at the corner of SE Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard and SE Belmont Street under the Morrison Bridge.
Fridays@4: Lisa Patterson: New Typologies in Addressing Homelessness
Friday, February 12, 2021 - 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
This event will be held via Zoom.
Cost / Admission: Free
RSVP to asanta@...
Lisa Patterson is a PSU School of Architecture alumna, a designer, researcher, artist and writer. She will be discussing her work leading the design aspects and implementation of
, a hospitality hub in the central east side of Portland that represents an entirely new typology for serving people experiencing homelessness in our region. She is also an architectural designer for Risa Boyer Architecture. In all of her
work, Lisa aspires to create designs that empower communities and the environment.