Price in Sao Paulo: housing, infrastructure, and questionable samba dancing

This winter break, USC Price students traveled to Sao Paulo, Brazil for an international lab to assist the State of Sao Paulo with their first comprehensive housing plan. Read on to learn more about their site visits to Sao Paulo’s favelas and the State’s efforts to house its 40 million-plus residents. Plus, an exclusive look at Price students awkwardly dancing to samba.

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Radical Alternatives: Provocations Around Art, Place and Publics from the Creative Time Summit

This weekend, artists, activists, planners, and at least two mayors converged to confront the problematic intersections of arts and gentrification at an annual summit produced by the New York non-profit Creative Time. Those in attendance supported strategies of intersectoral collaboration, resistance, disruption, and above all, grassroots advocacy.

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