The University of Maryland School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation is proud to announce the Spring 2012 Lecture Series. This season's lectures will encompass a wide range of interests within the school, exemplifying our interdisciplinary, exploratory approach to the built environment.
All lectures are free and open to the public. AIA CES credit is available. Lectures are held in the Architecture Building Auditorium. Click here for directions.
Wednesday, January 25 | 6:15pm
Colden Florence Lecture by Juhani Pallasmaa
"Space, Place, and Atmosphere"
Wednesday, February 08 | 6:15pm
Lecture by Uruk Ersoy
"To See Daydreams"
Wednesday, February 22 | 6:15pm
Kibel Lecture by Beth Weinstein
"Collaborations in Space and Time"
Wednesday, February 29 | 6:15pm
Kea Distinguished Professor Lecture by Dan Solomon
"Attack of the Slab Monsters "
Monday, March 05 | 6:15pm
Kibel Gallery Talk by Ronit Eisenbach and Sharon Mansur
"Out of Place: Collaborations in Practice"
Wednesday, March 28 | 6:15pm
Kibel Lecture by Robert Siegel
"Movement: Robert Siegel Architects"
Wednesday, April 04 | 6:15pm
John Wiebenson Memorial Lecture by Sara Caples and Everardo Jefferson
"Social Justice - Aesthetic Judgments"
Wednesday, April 18 | 6:15pm
Lombardo Lecture by Jaafar Chalabi(lecture to be confirmed)
Thursday, April 26 | TBA
Marvin Breckenridge Patterson Lecture by Alaa Elwi El-Habashi
"Community Participation and Conservation"
Thursday, April 26 | 4:00pm
Art/Sociology Building | Room 2203
ADVANCE Scholar Lecture by Bobbie Kilberg
"The Road Ahead: The Technology Industry and the Region's Economic Future"
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From the Archive:
Fall 2011 Lecture Series
Fall 2010 Lecture Series
Spring 2010 Lecture Series
Fall 2009 Lecture Series
Spring 2009 Lecture Series
Fall 2008 Lecture Series
Spring 2008 Lecture Series
Fall 2007 Lecture Series
The School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation at the University of Maryland is home to four academic disciplines: architecture, urban planning, historic preservation and real estate development. Committed to educating its students and community about the importance of sustainability and smart growth, the School practices an interdisciplinary approach to education, research, creative work, and community and professional service. For more information, please e-mail us or call 301.405.8000.
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