Lectures

 Next Lecture

Hiroshi Jacobs, AIA, LEED AP, will speak on "Hip Humanity: Thoughts on Protean Practice."

 

Mr. Jacobs is the 2014 AIA Associates Award Recipient.

 

The lecture is the Craig and Mimi Spangler Lecture.

 Lecture Series

Feb 11, 2015
5:00 PM
ARC 0204

Artist Aki Ishida, in conjunction with the exhibit Ground to Sky: Triptychs in Three Scales will speak on the topic of "Urban Light and Human Temporality."

 

You may find additional information by clicking on the Kibel Gallery link below. 

 

The lecture is co-sponsored by the UMD Honors College.

 

Reception follows lecture.

Joshua Olsen, Senior Vice President of Monument Realty in Washington, D.C., will his discuss his book about the visionary developer and master planner, James Rouse, who was a key figure in the story of how and why the United States was built the way it was during the last half century. This engaging biography, Better Places, Better Lives: A Biography of James Rouse, touches upon all aspects of Rouse's life.

 

Mr. Olsen will be signing copies of his book beginning at 6:00pm; the lecture will begin at 7:00pm.

 

Elke Krasny, Professor at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna will speak about "Hands on Urbanism: The Right to Green" on Wednesday, February 25, 2015.

 

Ms. Krasny is curator of the exhibit Hands on Urbanism: The Right to Green; the graphic designer for the exhibit is Alexander Schuh.

 

The exhibit and lecture are made possible with contributions by the Austrian Cultural Forum.

Hiroshi Jacobs, AIA, LEED AP, will speak on "Hip Humanity: Thoughts on Protean Practice."

 

Mr. Jacobs is the 2014 AIA Associates Award Recipient.

 

The lecture is the Craig and Mimi Spangler Lecture.

Dr. George Galster, the Clarence Hilbery Professor of Urban Affairs at Wayne State University, will speak on the topic "Driving Detroit: The Quest for Respect in the Motor City."

Mar 25, 2015
5:00 PM
ARC 0204

Daniel Wheeler, FAIA, founder of Wheeler Kearns Architects, will discuss his work in his lecture "Evolutions and Assemblies."