Syracuse SOA Fall 2011 Lecture Series

Courtesy of School of Architecture

Syracuse University School of Architecture recently announced their Fall 2011 Lecture Series. The lectures take place at 5pm in the Slocum Hall Auditorium at the University (, NY), unless otherwise noted.

Exhibitions are in the Slocum Hall Gallery. All events are free and open to the public. More information on the events after the break.


September 15th
Sarah Oppenheimer
Co-sponsored by the Syracuse University, College of Visual and Performing Arts

September 30th
Peter Eisenman, Eisenman Architects
Grant Auditorium. Reception following lecture in the Heritage Alumni Lounge

October 4th
Bjarke Ingels, BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group

October 11th
Walter Hood, Hood Design
4:30 pm, Werner Seligmann Lecture. Reception following lecture in Slocum Gallery

October 18th
Grace La and James Dallman, LA DALLMAN
Syracuse Architecture Visiting Critics, supported in part by the Joseph D. Patton, III Memorial Endowment for Visiting Critics

October 25th
Craig Schwitter, Buro Happold

November 8th
Julie Snow, Julie Snow Architects
Syracuse Architecture Visiting Critic

November 15th
Maria AlessandraSegantini, C+S Associati
Syracuse Architecture Professor of Practice


September 17th-October 11th
Syracuse Architecture Faculty Exhibition

October 17th-November 11th
Julie Snow Architects
Reception November 8 in Slocum Gallery

November 17th-December 30th
Iwan Baan

Film Screenings:

October 15th
Raising Renee
Filmmakers Jeanne Jordan, Steven Ascher and artist Beverly McIver
Syracuse International Film Festival, Watson Theatre, Robert B. Menschel Media Center, Watson Hall @ 3:00 p.m.
Co-sponsored by the Syracuse University, School of Architecture, School of Education, College of Visual and Performing Arts, and the Syracuse University Humanities Center

Technology Talks:

September 29th
Ken Tuttle
Werner Sobek

October 27th
Adrian Betanzos
Front Inc.

For more information, please visit their website here.

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