DAAP Cares

The Niehoff Studio hosted the DAAP Cares event in its space on Tuesday, April 19th, 2011. The goal of DAAP Cares is to display and recognize DAAP as a resource for research, innovation and development in terms of design, architecture, art, and planning locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. The exhibition included the projects:

  • Art in the Market
  • Fair at Utopia
  • HIV/AIDS Prevention Curriculum in Southern Africa
  • Bike Share
  • Losantiville: A Design Community
  • One Bright Idea: Fire Fighting for Less than $1
  • Sustainable Design: Temporary Shelters for the Homeless
  • UC Partnership Builds Health Center in Tanzania
  • Solving Haiti’s Long-term Housing Problem
  • Avoiding Imposition through Methods of Making
  • Master International Peace Corps Program
  • Social Justice and the City
  • UC Students Hit the Streets to see What Residents Think About Public Transit and the Streetcar
  • Designing an Edible Education


The exhibition also included Niehoff Studio and Community Design Center projects under the theme "eating," which included 17 food-oriented design and planning endeavors. This work has involved nearly fifty community-based organizations having directly impacted some of Cincinnati’s most disadvantaged neighborhoods.

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