‘Architecture & the Media Series – Architecture Criticism Today’ Discussion

Co-sponsored by the AIA NY Marketing and PR Committee and the Oculus Committee, the Architecture & the Media Series – Architecture Criticism Today discussion will take place Monday, February 27, 6 pm – 8 pm at the Center for Architecture in .

In the first of a four-part series, architecture critics discuss the role of criticism in the field of architecture and how it informs the general public’s understanding of design. They also answer a vital question: as a project comes to life, at what point(s) should critics weigh in? In this panel discussion, prominent editors and writers will discuss the overall trends and shifts in architecture criticism today. More information on the event after the break.

This four-part series will explore today’s media landscape, with panels featuring leading architectural and real estate writers, critics, and editors. The panels will address the differences between design criticism and reportage, how architecture is portrayed to the public, and how architects present themselves. The panels will consider how the digital revolution is radically changing the landscape of publishing.

Cost: $10 for member and students, $20 for non-members; or purchase a ticket for the 4-part series at $25 for members and students, $50 for non-members.

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