Tiny Houses Research Study Press Kit (5 W’s)

December 31, 2019My Activities, Projects and Artwork, Tiny Houses Project

 Flier coming soon. Subject: Tiny Houses Research Study Listening Sessions What: Baltimore City residents are invited to share thoughts on home and tiny houses as part of a research study starting in January 2020 called “Tiny Houses and the Black Experience in Baltimore.” Study will ask ‘What are city residents’ feelings on tiny homes, comparing tiny … Read More

Tiny House dates set! Send me your tips :-)

December 26, 2019Tiny Houses Project, Twitter

Hey #Baltimore, this Jan-Feb, I’ll be conducting a research study on #TinyHouses. Pls share tips with me. I begin rollout soon. Already have 3 dates secured for listening sessions! 1/9 in Pigtown, 1/21 in Hamilton-Lauraville, and 2/2 at Clifton Mansion — J. Orlando Fair (@Soulstrong) December 26, 2019

Project Summary

December 15, 2019Tiny Houses Project

Who: You’re invited to participate in a research study held by Mr. Justin Fair, a graduate student at Morgan State University School of Architecture and Planning. Mr. Fair is a native Baltimorean whose family is from West Baltimore. Mr. Fair wants to hear from you. What: What are city residents’ feelings on tiny homes, comparing … Read More

Jewish Times ‘You Should Know’

November 21, 2019Instagram, IRL: Place-Locales-Artists, Jewish Social + Giving, Religion

Honored to be featured in the #Baltimore @JewishTimes this morning as someone “You Should Know!” Thank you Carolyn and Jesse for the interview! I’m thankful to be a community resource for @theAssociated‘s Partnerships Commission, @bethambaltimoreBAYITT, @MorganSAP, and the State of #Maryland! jewishtimes.com/100683/you-should-know-justin-orlando-fair/arts_life/you_should_know/ via Instagram bit.ly/35o5muY

Historic Preservation Planning Notes

October 25, 2019Community Planning and Development, IRL: Place-Locales-Artists, Tiny Houses Project

When attending the American Planning Association Maryland Chapter Conference on “Negotiating Change: Balancing Development, Climate Change, and Preservation in Maryland,” I attended Frederick County’s Historic Preservation Workshop led by Lisa Mroszcyzk Murphy and Christina Martinkosky. The title of the presentation was “Demolition Review: A Historic Preservation Tool for Communities.” I’ve gone through my notes and … Read More