This exhibition celebrates MAPP's first 50 years and looks towards the next 50 by showcasing the depth and breadth of our collective community through the stories and work of individual alums and faculty and the questions and aspirations of our current students, faculty and staff.
The Sustenance and Sustainability Project seeks to advance three of the ten questions produced by students and faculty from the collective workshopping process run by the Kibel Gallery team that resulted in the exhibition, "MAPP@50: Possible Futures; Concrete Pasts" in 2018 for the 50th anniversary of the Maryland School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation (MAPP). What can I do to ensure a sustainable future knowing the earth is finite? When will we elevate social equity & environmental justice? What if I allow my playfulness, passion and curiosity to lead?
MAPP’s Inaugural Symposium featured the work of Faculty, Students, and Alumni from across the University. Research projects focused on elements of the built environment from Food Deserts to Zoning. The poster sessions display the School’s focus on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion showcasing work in Gender Theory, LGBTQ spaces, and Environmental Justice. Resiliency, Energy Efficiency, Preserv