Please join us for an opening reception for Arboreta: An Exhibition of Paintings by John Berry, with an artist talk at 6:45 pm in the auditorium.
Please join us for an opening reception for Perception and Inventions: Paintings by Donald Beal, with an artist talk at 6:45 pm in the auditorium.
Please join us for a lecture by Juliane Wolf of Studio Gang.
Please join us for a lecture by Bryan Young of Young Projects.
TRILATERAL: Carbon Natural | Empirical Infinity | Particles of Light is an exhibition of works by the J. Irwin Miller M. Arch program's Ana Meza and R. Spencer Steenblik. The exhibition showcases a collaborative project and one project from each participant. A closing reception takes place Thursday, March 2 from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Bangkok-based architect Chatpong (“Chat”) Chuenrudeemol.Chatpong (“Chat”) Chuenrudeemol is the principal at Bangkok-based CHAT architects, whose projects aim to stimulate community through strategies that re-interpret authentic local conditions. A scholar of Thai vernacular “street” typologies, affectionately called Bangkok Bastards, Chat holds Thailand's 2020 “Silpathorn Award,” the country’s highest award for contemporary artists.
An exhibition of work investigating a compatible abstract language by Eskenazi School faculty members Martha MacLeish and Malcolm Mobutu Smith. MacLeish is Program Director and Associate Professor, Creative Core and Smith is Associate Professor, Ceramics and Director of Graduate Studies. The artists will give a gallery talk Thursday, April 20 at 6:30 pm.
Esther M. Choi’s work as an artist and a historian primarily follows two strands: first, how concepts of nature have shaped and been shaped by the aesthetic and narrative conventions of Western worldmaking practices; and second, the potential for dialogical and televisual aesthetics to generate experimental structures of social engagement. Choi is the co-editor of Architecture At the Edge of Everything Else (MIT Press, 2010) and Architecture Is All Over (Columbia University, 2017).
Jesús Roberto Núñez is the principal and cofounder of Estudio Núñez-Zapata: an architecture, urban planning, and research studio based in Monterrey, Mexico, whose work explores urban ruins as opportunities for the revival of communities.