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Criticism

Dear Employers: Do You Want an Architect or a Revit Monkey?

08:00 - 22 January, 2018
Dear Employers: Do You Want an Architect or a Revit Monkey?, © Alhelí Zanella Giurfa
© Alhelí Zanella Giurfa

We are seeking someone with a Bachelor of Architecture with two years of experience. Knowledge of Revit, Vray, Adobe and Microsoft. Knowledge of RNE and Municipal documentation. Immediate availability - Typical Architecture Job Listing.

Are newly graduated Architects "employable" people according to the requirements of the current market? And are these the right requirements?

Study Design Research, Writing & Criticism at the School of Visual Arts in New York City

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Study Design Research, Writing & Criticism at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, Molly Butcher, SVA MA Design Research class of 2015, researched the marketing of Martian and extraterrestrial settlements. Toroidal Colony, Cutaway view, exposing the interior. Art work: Rick Guidice. Image NASA Ames Research Center
Molly Butcher, SVA MA Design Research class of 2015, researched the marketing of Martian and extraterrestrial settlements. Toroidal Colony, Cutaway view, exposing the interior. Art work: Rick Guidice. Image NASA Ames Research Center

Do you have a research project you’d like to take to the next level? Are you challenged by communicating your ideas in multiple formats? The rigorous one-year MA in Design Research, Writing & Criticism offers a high-impact, targeted program, well suited to the circumstances of established professionals, in addition to graduates wishing to continue their studies at an advanced level.

Articulate and Amplify

01:00 - 18 July, 2017
Articulate and Amplify, Class of 2016 MA Ida Benedetto presenting at the Bloomberg Businessweek Design conference.
Class of 2016 MA Ida Benedetto presenting at the Bloomberg Businessweek Design conference.

Now a one-year program with student funding, the Design Research, Writing & Criticism MA program at NYC’s School of Visual Arts empowers professionals as researchers, writers and—above all—critical thinkers.

“Will I get a job with this degree?” It’s a question that would-be students around the world are having to engage with far more seriously these days. In a climate where graduates can often find themselves “under qualified” when entering a lopsided jobs market, the number of institutions and programs that can confidently point to proven track records are on the decline.

Call for Papers: Critic|all

10:21 - 7 November, 2015
Call for Papers: Critic|all

The topic proposed for the second edition of Critic all is the autonomy of architecture, recollecting and reframing the reflections that over architecture’s specificity have been produced within the discipline itself. If there is an approach that argues that architecture cannot be an isolated medium, that is, autonomous – not only in regard to social culture but above all, the worldly social, political and economic environment in which it is immersed, – we also have to face those visions that, conversely, consider that architecture is strictly a self-referential discipline, and therefore, it employs a self-sufficient language whose verification is determined