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Hear from our Van Evera Bailey Fellows

January 25, 2021 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

From left to right, 2020 Fellow Todd Lawson, 2019 Fellow Jackie Santa Lucia & 2019 Fellow Harley Cowan

You’re invited to AFO’s Winter Member Event to celebrate AFO’s latest Van Evera Bailey Fellow and hear from last year’s fellows about their projects!

Please join us at this virtual event as we:

  • Introduce Todd Lawson, our 2020 Van Evera Bailey Fellow
  • Hear from last year’s Fellows, Jackie Santa Lucia and Harley Cowan
  • “Mingle” with AFO members
  • Enjoy some lunch – prepared by you or one of our local businesses!

Free and open to all.

The event will be closed captioned.


Join the Zoom meeting at 12:30 PM, January 25
Meeting ID: 850 3952 2813
Passcode: 905510


Learn more about the Van Evera Bailey Fellowship.


January 25, 2021
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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Susan Myers

About Our Featured Fellows

2020 Fellow, Todd Lawson – Todd is a licensed architect, interior architect, lighting designer and artist based in Seattle, Washington. Influenced and passionate about his ancestral ties to the Clatsop-Nehalem Confederated Tribes, he is helping define, design, and facilitate the creation of a new cultural center, museum, and traditional longhouse on the Clatsop-Nehalem’s reacquainted land near Seaside, Oregon. Todd is using the fellowship to deepen his research on contemporary west coast Native American cultural centers, traditional structures, art, and the building traditions that inspired them.

2019 Fellow, Jackie Santa Lucia, AIA, LEED AP, NCARB – Jackie is a licensed architect, project manager and community advocate based in Portland. She used the fellowship to expand the Your Street Your Voice program where high school students get paid to learn about design as a tool for racial justice, to further create more equitable architecture, engineering, construction and design professions.

2019 Fellow, Harley Cowan – Harley is a silver gelatin photographer and licensed architect based in Portland. He used the fellowship to dive deeper into his passion for heritage photography, capture architecture and engineering at risk or in need of documentation, and to further educate and connect Oregonians with history. Learn more at harleycowan.com.