The School of Architecture at The University of Texas at Austin announces its Fall 2016 Lectures and Exhibitions Series. Featuring an international line-up of speakers, including Alberto Campo Baeza of Spain, Marc Barani of France, and Juan Igancio del Cueto of Mexico, the series will cover issues pertinent to the fields of architecture, design, and sustainability, with insights from leading practitioners in those areas.
Monday, September 19, Caroline Bruzelius, Duke University
Monday, October 17, Craig Dykers, Snøhetta, Oslo
Monday, October 24, Marc Barani, Atelier Marc Barani, Nice
Wednesday, November 9, Margaret Griffin, Griffin Enright Architects, Los Angeles, Eugene McDermott Centennial Visiting Professor, The University of Texas at Austin
ExhibitionsLIVING wall: Collaboration + Fabrication
Curated by Danelle Briscoe, The University of Texas at Austin, August 31 – September 23
States of Incarceration: A National Dialogue of Local Histories, Project by Humanities Action Lab, spearheaded by The New School, October 5 - 21
Candela’s Shells, Curated by Juan Ignacio del Cueto, October 31 – Monday, November 28
For more info, visit soa.utexas.edu.
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