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Morgan’s School of Architecture and Planning Returns to Artscape with ‘Roadhouse Project’

By: LaQuan Marshall
Morgan State University Newsroom

Morgan State University’s School of Architecture & Planning enters its second year of participation in the annual Baltimore Artscape festival. This year’s project is the “Road House,” an interactive music/live act venue completely made of reusable wooden pallets from Mexico and unused shelves and other wooden products found on and near the Morgan campus. Fully constructed, the project will cover more than 8,000 square feet.

Commissioned by Jim Lucio, Coordinator of the Roadside Attractions portion of Artscape, Morgan State students Desmond Brown, LaTayia Wilson, Kendra Jenifer, James Thompson, Jessie Kraus, Marcus Clark, Jeff Grey, Patrick Mfoudi, Sean Talbott, Darius White, Hao Hyunh, and Tuan Pham partnered with Morgan professor Michael Zebrowski to complete the project.

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