The exhibition surveys some of the cutting-edge architectural thinking taking place at Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), University of Southern California, Cal Poly LA Metro, and UCLA Architecture and Urban Design, and seeks to position Los Angeles as “a center for architectural production, investigation, and research charged with producing tomorrow’s leaders in the world of architecture and design,” according to a press release.
In a press release announcing the exhibition, A+D Museum executive director and chief curator, Anthony Morey said, “Discovering, experimenting and facilitating the ability of the public to explore what makes Los Angeles a center for Architectural Education is an immense privilege for the museum. With a community as large and yet as small as architecture is, it is important for us to find ways to educate, connect, and disseminate our inclination and future trajectories to the public realm.”
Bustler's sister site Archinect is serving as a media partner for the exhibition, which opens on September 21, 2019. To complement the museum’s curatorial approach, Archinect will produce a series of public events hosted at the A+D Museum that seek to highlight the unique and powerful voices of each school while also aiming to broaden the audience for these messages.
Describing the partnership, Archinect’s founder, Paul Petrunia, added, “Los Angeles has long been admired, world-wide, for its progressive architecture and leading schools of architecture. We are excited to work with the A+D as we explore the work, people, and perspectives of LA’s academic institutions.”
The exhibition will be on view until November 24, 2019.
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