Photo of Jason Evans provided by Jason Evans.
Architect, artist and founder of [re]think syracuse, Jason Evans, presented to a packed house at the Strathmore Speaker Series on Sunday, March 20th, 2016.
Photo of Jason Evans in front of “Flowscape” by Syracuse.com.
Jason Evans, a Syracuse native, has been practicing architecture locally since graduating from Syracuse University’s School of Architecture in 2008. He has a passion for cities, and especially Syracuse, that is reflected in his work as a designer as well as throughout his life endeavors. He is the creator of [re]think syracuse, on online platform and blog of ideas for the city, and creates unique pieces of art and apparel inspired by the neighborhoods of Syracuse. He is the designer behind some large-scale collaborative pieces of downtown public art including the 2-block long Arterie, and Flowscape, located in Perseverance Park.
Photo of some of Evans’ art by Syracuse.com.
Evans can be found on Facebook here and on the web here. His artwork can be purchased here.