MIXING with Andy Tinucci

Join us for our next open_SOURCE Lecture featuring Andy Tinucci, third-year studio curator and principal at Woodhouse Tinucci Architects. Professor Tinucci will be speaking on mixing in relation to teaching, practice, materiality, and family.150327 Andy Tinucci

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EMERGE WITH MATT DUMICH

Join us for a General Body Meeting followed by an open_SOURCE Lecture with Matt Dumich, Senior Architect and Project Manager at Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture and the 2013 AIA National Young Architects Award Recipient. Both a strong leader in his practice and community, he is happy to share plentiful tips in the field of career advancement!

What Are You Afraid Of? With Thomas Kearns

Join us for our next open_SOURCE Lecture featuring Prof. Thomas Kearns, a designer, engineer, and constructor of experiences. The experiences he creates bridge both the physical and digital realms in systems of “Simultaneous Occupation.” Is this an aspect of the future we must be afraid of?150306 Kearns

Introducing open_SOURCE

Introducing our open_SOURCE Lecture Series.  This semester we aim to bring you thoughts from our distinguished faculty on the idea of ‘the open source’.  Stretching from crowd sourced projects to painting abandoned homes, we hope to stretch and discover what open source can mean.  The conversation starts by providing this forum, an open source education. open_SOURCE Lecture Series 24x36

Color(ed) Theory with Amanda Williams

Join us for the next lecture in our Spring 2015 Lecture Series, with Amanda Williams.  Amanda Williams is an artist, architect, educator, activist, and cultivator of an art form that combines spatial sensibilities with love of color. The lecture will be held Friday, February 6th at 1:00 PM in Crown Hall’s Lower Core.

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Thoughts on Walls with Jonathan Miller

Join us for the first lecture in our Spring 2015 Lecture Series, with Jonathan Miller.  Miller is an artist, photographer, filmmaker, educator, critic, writer, and an investigator on the intersection of technology, mass, media, and spatial experience. The lecture will be held Tomorrow, Friday January 23rd at 1:00 PM in Crown Hall’s Lower Core.

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