Columbia University’s School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation recently shared with us their event schedule for Fall 2011. The event series will run from September 9th to November 29th and start at 6:30pm in Wood Auditorium, Avery Hall, unless otherwise noted. The events are free and open to the public. More information on the events after the break.
September 9th-4:00pm What is the future of the architectural studio?
September 9th-5:30pm What makes architecture public?
September 12th What happened?
September 14th How do we remember?
September 19th What happened to a design deferred?
September 21st Who needs content?
September 26th Where is New York?
September 27th Who can stave off eco-apartheid?
October 3rd When is Utopia?
October 4th Where is Utopia?
October 5th What are tomorrow’s buildings today?
October 10th How do I learn to stop worrying and love nuclear energy?
October 12th Why does every single brick hold desire?
October 14th-11:00am to October 15th-9:00am When do cities recover from disaster?
October 17th What should computers do?
October 19th How to we grasp space and place?
October 31st Where is New York?
November 2nd What is the present in the Middle East?
November 4th-9:00am What is BitCity?
November 9th How does architecture vaporize?
November 11th-10:00am What is the architecture of mega-migration?
November 12th-1:00pm How has the last quarter century-changed the world?
November 14th Where is the future of sustainability?
November 15th How will super-sized cities feed themselves?
November 16th What is new?
November 18th-1:30pm What happened to the architectural manifesto?
November 21st Why does size matter?
November 28th Where is New York?
November 29th Why ask why?