As architecture becomes more specialized in its expertise and more diverse in its applications, it simultaneously necessitates programs of advanced study that can be more targeted, focused, and innovative.
SCI-Arc EDGE, Center for Advanced Studies in Architecture, is a platform for speculative scholarship and specialized training offering five distinct postgraduate programs: Architectural Technologies, Design of Cities, Design Theory and Pedagogy, Fiction and Entertainment, and Synthetic Landscapes. Each one year, the three-semester program challenges students to confront a distinct territory among emerging disciplinary milieus and define how their ideas will influence the construction of future worlds.
Join Postgraduate Programs Chair, David Ruy, and Program Coordinators and Faculty, Casey Rehm, Karen Lohrmann, Marcelyn Gow, and Liam Young, in a conversation about how the SCI-Arc EDGE programs develop advanced expertise that addresses the complexities of the contemporary world and the increased demands on the ability of architects to meet the challenges of the future.
Join the online information session on January 07, 2021 from 5:00pm – 7:00pm
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