Join UNCG's Department of Interior Architecture and the Center for Community-Engaged Design for the 5th annual Novem Mason Symposium for Community-Engaged Design at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. In its fifth year, the Novem Mason Symposium will be held in the Gatewood Studio Arts Buidling [527 Highland Ave], the Center for Community-Engaged Design [842-B W. Gate City Blvd.], and the Kirkland, Alexander, and Dail Rooms in the Elliott University Center [EUC] on March 25-26, 2019. Join a group of faculty, students, staff, and community members to address the theme of "Ensuring Equity in Urban Space: From Memory to Action."

The symposium continues to honor the legacy of Novem Mason who served as chair of UNCG’s Department of Housing and Interior Design (now the Department of Interior Architecture) from 1990 to 1999. He retired from UNCG in 2008.  He also taught at VCU and at Louisiana Tech, before joining UNCG.  Mason received his MFA in sculpture from East Carolina University in 1974 and a B.Arch. from North Carolina State University in 1968. He was a sculptor and designer.