Emerging Technologies: Their Evolution and Limitations within the Fields of Cultural Landscape Preservation and Interpretation

Professor Castillo (Co-Autuhored with Andriane Zachmajidis) article, Emerging Technologies: Their Evolution and Limitations within the Fields of Cultural Landscape Preservation and Interpretation was recently publishes in , A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks.

Link to abstract:

https://www.ncptt.nps.gov/blog/emerging-technologies-cultural-landscape-preservation/

 

The Proceedings for A Century of Design in the Parks

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APA-NM— Annual Conference

Professor Castillo presented at the New Mexico Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA-NM) conference in Silver City,  September 28, 2017.

Finding Rural” Plata Studio: Exploring Creative Commerce with Community

The foundation for the studio was to approach design from research and the dissemination from a different perspective utilizing digital film and social media to promote and interact with the various community organizations. The evolution produced a new model for community outreach that embarked on a new foundation for community engaged design processes

plata book 2017

http://www.apa-nm.org/state-conference-2017