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Webinar Summary:

The second program in ULI Pittsburgh's webinar series designed to educate and inspire best practices in placemaking. Your tour guide will transport you virtually to some of the most notable places in Pittsburgh and highlight what makes them worth celebrating. This installment of the series features artist, Douglas Cooper.

Douglas Cooper is an American artist who focuses on large panoramic murals of cities in the USA and abroad. He is known for his 120-foot long mural which is now a permanent installation at the Senator John Heinz Regional History Center in Pittsburgh that gained acclaim throughout the city with a featuring documentary on WQED TV. Cooper is a professor of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon University, and has authored two books on drawing: Steel Shadows (University of Pittsburgh) and Drawing and Perceiving (Wiley).

Webinar Summary: The second program in ULI Pittsburgh's webinar series designed to educate and inspire best practices in placemaking. Your tour guide will transport you virtually to some of the most notable places in Pittsburgh and highlight what makes them worth celebrating. This installment of the series features artist, Douglas Cooper.

Douglas Cooper is an American artist who focuses on large panoramic murals of cities in the USA and abroad. He is known for his 120-foot long mural which is now a permanent installation at the Senator John Heinz Regional History Center in Pittsburgh that gained acclaim throughout the city with a featuring documentary on WQED TV. Cooper is a professor of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon University, and has authored two books on drawing: Steel Shadows (University of Pittsburgh) and Drawing and Perceiving (Wiley).

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