Kelley has taken on projects as diverse as transportation planning and advocacy, fine art instruction and historic preservation. Linked are a selection of personal and collaborative projects.
Transit 201 Course. Transit 201 was a mini-course in public transportation conducted in Fall 2013 by Kelley / Greenberg. It included over 40 hours of development and labor, including research in Toronto, Ontario, development of course materials and lessons, and outreach.
2014 IMAGIN GIS competition, 2nd Place Winner.
This project utilized the ArcGIS Transportation Analyst extension to visualize impacts of I-94 Rehabilitation project bridge removals on pedestrian activity in Detroit. The text of the project is available here.
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IMAGIN is a non-profit organization founded in 1993 to establish a statewide forum to advance the use of geographic information systems and spatially referenced information. There are currently over 150 members representing government, private sector, university, & non-profit organizations and membership is open to anyone interested in learning more about GIS & proclaiming its applications.
Member of Board of Advisors and Landmarks Committee for the Detroit Sound Conservancy. The Detroit Sound Conservancy’s mission is to increase awareness of and support to Detroit’s imaginative musical heritage through advocacy and education in a spirit of vigilance and solidarity. The Detroit Sound Conservancy addresses severe challenges in the areas of preservation and education.
The Detroit Sound Historical Landmarks Committee is a project of the Detroit Sound Conservancy that began May 2013. The DSHLC is committed to providing leadership on issues of historic landmark preservation of music-related places.
Visiting Scholar Lecture Series
Co-curated with Aeron Bergman and Alejandra Salinas.
Sunday, 29 September 2013
With Jochen Becker and Amir Husak