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Tour Registration Form 

Fill out the form to the right of the tour discription for online registration. Online registration closes on March 20, 2023. You can still register onsite at the SfAA registration desk after online registration closes.

All tickets are on a first come first serve basis. We reserve the right to cancel in the event that there are not enough participants to hold the tour, if this happens fees will be refunded. 

Refund for cancellation requires 48 hours advance notice before the tour start time.

Join members of the 2023 Hackenberg Prize-Winning Miami University Center for Community Engagement for an excursion to view their work in Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati*

Friday, March 31 
9:40 am - 12:00 pm

Convene at the SfAA Registration Desk in the Netherland Plaza at 9:40am. Group will depart on foot for the Center at 1300 Vine Street at 9:45. Approximately a 15-minute walk. Please dress for the weather.

Price: $25 (Includes contribution to organization plus administrative fees)

Light refreshments provided.

After a brief introduction we will divide into groups and fan out to multiple destinations in Over-the-Rhine, led by representatives of our community partner organizations. Participants can meet with directors of a prominent community-based affordable housing provider, the leaders of a vibrant community arts center that is also a locus for multiple social justice and labor organizations, or tour one of our many student/community architectural design-build sites in Over-the-Rhine. These excursions will show how collaborative community engagement has benefitted both Miami University and the community of Over-the-Rhine. Residency Program and Urban Cohort alumni will be available to describe how these Hackenberg Prize-winning programs informed their academic and career paths.
After the excursions, we’ll reconvene at the Center about 11am, regroup, and share-out experiences and observations. At noon, we’ll have light refreshments for those who would like to stay and talk about our programs in greater detail. This is a great way to learn more about our programming, and to see our Beloved Community in action.
*The Robert A. and Beverly H. Hackenberg Prize will be presented to John Blake and Tammy Schwartz of Miami University and their community collaborators in a session entitled “Collaborative Community Engagement: The Work of the Miami University Center for Community Engagement,” Thursday 3:45-5:30pm in Rosewood (Netherland Plaza). Tour participants are encouraged to attend this session. 

Please gather at the SfAA registration desk at 9:40, tour leaves promptly at 9:45.  

Maximum participants: 30

Online Registration is now closed. 

You can still register onsite. Please print this form and bring it to the SfAA registration desk on the 4th floor Pavillion Foyer.

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