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Mission Centered Design - The Chewonki Eastside Campus - Shared screen with speaker view
Alexis Grillo
21:52
Please let us know where you’re joining from in the chat
Maranda Chung
22:25
Hello everyone! I’m Zooming in from Brunswick, ME.
pegwillauer
22:36
Hi everyone, Peg is here from Brunswick Maine too!
EStorck
22:58
Elise from Wahington, DC
Alexis Grillo
22:58
Coming in from Freeport, ME
Will Willis
23:19
Will Willis MCS6 from Mercersburg, PA
Emily Norris
23:23
Here from Bath, ME
gshute@chewonki.org
23:56
Greg from Alna Maine
Willard Morgan
54:12
Great to have you join us, Annelise!
Willard Morgan
58:51
We will have time for Q and A shortly. Please feel free to write some in the chat now.
annelisehaskell
01:00:19
Were you able to use materials from the neck in the construction of the girls campus?
Roseanne Saalfield
01:02:20
Willard talked eloquently about both the tribal presence and the agricultural history of Chewonki Neck before Camp Chewonki came to be, and the influences of familiar vernacular architecture on the design and construction of the Eastside campus. Do you envision that these new cabins will in turn influence the design vocabulary of buildings yet to come that may be more centrally located and more broadly used?
Will Willis
01:02:31
Is an archeological survey before building in an area like this required? If not, I’m truly curious if, in 2020, that is considered a respectful nod to those who came before us or not.
Willard Morgan
01:05:36
Thank you for the questions, we will get to a few shortly.
Willard Morgan
01:22:19
Thank you, Will!