RT @CarolSOtt: Hi friends! A Morgan student reached out and asked for help getting the word out about this survey. Oftentimes we talk about “tiny houses” and how they can be used in cities, yet the conversation is stuck in a white silo. Please give your feedback!

January 8, 2020Quotes, Tiny Houses Project, Twitter

Hi friends! A Morgan student reached out and asked for help getting the word out about this survey. Oftentimes we talk about "tiny houses" and how they can be used in cities, yet the conversation is stuck in a white silo. Please give your feedback! t.co/1KB7K9ZqKl pic.twitter.com/5eR5GquYaK — Carol Ott 🏚️ (@CarolSOtt) January 8, 2020

Tiny Houses Flier

January 2, 2020My Activities, Projects and Artwork, Tiny Houses Project

Pdf via Instagram bit.ly/35jJIaW New Flier for the #TinyHouses in #Baltimore Research Study. Questionnaire will open soon. Photos clockwise of: Boneyard Studios (DC), Smalltimore Homes, Tinysol (NY), Franklin Square, Clifton/Suburban Permaculture, Humble Homes, Tiny House Container, CivicWorks.

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