Known for drawing in a diverse background of well-known architects, Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture‘s spring 2012 lecture series began January 23rd with Jesse Seppi and concludes with Tatiana Bilbao on April 23rd. All events will take place at the Carnegie Museum complex and the series is co-sponsored by the Heinz Archiectural Center at Carnegie Museum of Art. A schedule of the lecture series can be viewed after the break.
Jesse Seppi Monday, January 23rd 6:00PM, Carnegie Museum of Art Theatre Tronic Studio, New York ‘New Spaces for New Bodies’
Charles Rosenblum Monday, January 30th 6:00PM, Carnegie Museum of Art Theatre Carnegie Mellon University ‘Henry Hornbostel’s College of Fine Arts: Entries from a Built Encyclopedia’
Maya Lin Friday, February 10th 6:00PM, Carnegie Music Hall Maya Lin Studio, New York ‘Artist Talk and Opening Reception’
Patrik Schumacher Alan H Rider Distinguished Lecture Tuesday, February 14th 6:00PM, Carnegie Library Lecture Hall Zaha Hadid Architects, London ‘Parametric Order – 21st Century Architectural Order’
Mark Goulthorpe William Finglass Lecture Monday, February 20th 6:00PM, Carnegie Museum of Art Theatre dECOi Architects/ MIT ‘On Paramorphs and the Alloplastic’
Ben Van Berkel Wednesday, February 29th 6:00PM, Carnegie Library Lecture Hall UNStudio, Amsterdam ‘The New Understanding’ This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the Netherlands Cultural Services
Peter Stutchbury Hans Vetter Memorial Lecture Monday, April 2nd 6:00PM, Carnegie Museum of Art Theatre Peter Stutchbury Architecture, Sydney Australi ‘By the Light – of the Silvery Moon
Tatiana Bilbao Henry Hornbostel Lecture with reception sponsored by Epic Metals Monday, April 23rd 6:00PM, Carnegie Library Lecture Hall Tatiana Bilbao SC, Mexico City ‘How We Do Architecture’
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