November 18th, 2013

Sustainable Cities Study Tour: Seattle

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Participants meet with Diane Sugimura, Director, Seattle’s Office of Planning and Development
The Gates Foundation
Participants meet with Young Leader Josh Lozman at the Gates Foundation
Aerial view of the Gates Foundation campus, taken from the Space Needle
Participants tour the Gates Foundation
Participants meet with Marshall Foster, Planning Director for the Seattle's Office of Planning and Development
The Olympic Sculpture Park Pavilion
The Olympic Sculpture Park
The group at the Olympic Sculpture Park
The participants tour the Olympic Sculpture Park with Chris Rogers, Founder, Point 32
The participants tour the Bullitt Center, one of the greenest building in the world, with Chris Rogers, Founder, Point 32
A model of the Bullitt Center
Participant visit the Frye Art Museum with Jo-Anne Birnie Danzker, Director of the Frye Art Museum.
Participants learn about native indian cultural heritage at the Suquamish Reservation.
Leonard Forsman, Chairman of the Tribal Council of the Suquamish Reservation, talks about the life on the reservation
Participants tour the Wing Luke Museum of Asian Pacific American Experience with Executive Director, Beth Takekawa.
Participants tour the Wing Luke Museum of Asian Pacific American Experience with Executive Director, Beth Takekawa.
Participants meet with community leaders in Rainier Valley to talk about their work with immigrant communities.
Participants tour the Centro de la Raza in Rainier Valley.
Participants tour the Centro de la Raza in Rainier Valley.
Participants meet with Lori Mason Curran, Real Estate Investment Strategy Director at Vulcan Real Estate.
A model of Seattle's neighborhood South Lake Union.
Participants tour South Lake Union with Cyrus Khambatta, Artistic Director of the Seattle International Dance Festival.
Participants join Seattle's Arts Leaders for a luncheon.