Design as a Social Act- Digital Short Film
This film explores social research and participatory design in architecture, landscape and urban design practice since the 1960s. This short 17 minute cut includes some of the the best excerpts of all three parts of the 75 minute trilogy to give an overview of the topic for a general audience.
For individual use only. Libraries and institutions should contact RAD for special licensing or purchase our DVD.
The films addresses issues including
- Social Research in Architecture
- Community Design Centers and Public Engagement by Design schools
- Participatory Design and Advocacy Planning
- Public Interest Architecture and Social Practice
- The Current State of Social Issues in Architecture
- Professors in Architectural Schools for showing in their classrooms
- Students and Young professional in Design Fields interested in social issues
- Non-Profit groups who address social justice issues in the built environment
Licensing and Screenings:
The purchase of a “Digital Copy for Personal Use” of Design as a Social Act entitles the purchaser to use for their personal collection only. It may not be held in a public or institutional library, or shared computer database. If you would like to put this film in your public or institutional library or database, please purchase our DVD for Libraries and Institutions or contact RAD for info about institutional licensing. If you are a teacher, professor or other professional and purchase a Digital Copy for Personal Use, you may use the video file to have a screening in your classroom, office, or home that does not charge entrance fees. With the personal use digital file, you are not licensed to have publicly advertised screenings unless you purchase the institutional copy or a screening permit from RAD. You are not licensed to share digital files by email, share drive, post files online, or otherwise distribute the digital file.