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Thu 4/28
“1000 Parks and a Line in the Sky: Broadway, Avenue of the Future”

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In an “attempt to investigate urban transformations and the evolution of sustainable cities,” Dr. Antonio Petrov, assistant professor of architecture at UTSA, and his students will exhibit a 50-foot-long model of Broadway to show how their design could help shape the San Antonio corridor and create more public space by including walkways, dog parks, recreational areas, public plazas, bike paths and a public garden. The event is “part exhibit, part conversation and part public engagement.” If their plans include bringing back the Brackenridge Park Skyride, we’re all in. Free, 6pm Thu, Brick, 108 Blue Star, (210) 262-8653, cacp.utsa.edu. – Kiko Martínez 

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