Designing an American Asset
April 2–May 14, 2008
Learn more about the current exhibit in the News section.
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Photo: Colorado Court, Santa Monica, CA (c) Pugh Scarpa Kodama
School Buildings: The State of Affairs
- Installation organized by Assistant Professor Isaac Williams with the AIA DC Chapter Committee on Architecture for Education and the Embassy of Switzerland
- Exhibit created by the AIA New York Chapter Committee for Architecture for Education and ETH Zurich/Center for Cultural Studies in Architecture
Macro to Micro: Grimshaw Architects
Waclaw Zalewski: Shaping Structures
- Exhibit developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Gallery talk by Professor Deborah Oakley, Matthew Daw, Zachary Kates, and David Foxe
The White House Meets the Bulldozer: Harry Truman's Renovation 1947–1952
- On loan from the White House Historical Association
- Gallery talk by White House Chief Curator, William G. Ollman
Summer Works: 2006
- Study abroad programs, Discovering Architecture, "Placing Space" work
- Gallery used as teaching tool and laboratory for spatial design.
- Curated and designed by "Placing Space" students who applied the lessons of the course to this task.
- Gallery talk by student participants in each program.
Smart Growth and Choices for Change
- Gallery talk by curator and adjunct Professor Mary Konsoulis addressed both the content and the charge of educating the general public about critical issues of the built environment for a general public audience.
Cities are for People: The Visual Voice of John Wiebenson
13 Years of Political Cartoons
- Co-curated with Mary Konsoulis. Co-designed with graduate student, Farzam Yazdanseta.
- Gallery talk by Roger Lewis, Sam Smith, Constance Ramirez