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The 2021 Edition of Exhibit Columbus Asks "What Is the Future of the Middle City?"
For his installation, Architect's Newspaper says Olalekan Jeyifous (B.Arch. '00) looked for inspiration in the archives of Columbus's Cleo Rogers Memorial Library for artifacts and ephemera from its 1970 exhibition of African American art.
Architectural Record Celebrates the 2021 Women in Architecture Awards
Amanda Williams (B.Arch. '97) is honored as the New Generation Leader in Architectural Record's 2021 Women in Architecture Design Leadership awards. The architect/artist's installation work often probes the impact of race on the urban realm.
The Greek Billionaire Championing Contemporary Art at Home and Abroad
Artsy details a new cultural center's inaugural exhibition Portals, featuring work by art alumna Louise Lawler (B.F.A. '69) among 59 artists from 27 countries, curated by Elina Kountouri, Madeleine Grynsztejn, through December.
Here's What to See at the 2021 Chicago Architecture Biennial
Architect's Newspaper features Sekou Cooke's (B.Arch. '99) installation, the result of a collaboration with a youth leadership organization in Chicago's North Lawndale neighborhood. The architecture biennial opened on September 13.
The Dwell 24: Cassius Castings
Dwell top 24 designer Thomas Musca's (B.Arch. '19) hobby snowballed into a practice of "concrete evangelizing," and a goal to create pieces that turn an inherently clunky substance into something sleek.
How Memorials to 9/11 Help Us Remember and Mourn
In National Geographic, AAP Dean J. Meejin Yoon discusses various memorials including the Memorial to Enslaved Laborers which Yoon’s design firm collaborated on and Peter Eisenman's (B.Arch. '55) Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe.
Exhibit Columbus Returns To Indiana's 'Athens Of The Prairie'
The centerpiece of Exhibit Columbus is the J. Irwin Miller and Xenia S. Miller Prize. 2021's winner is Dream the Combine, the firm of architecture faculty Jennifer Newson and Tom Carruthers. Forbes traces the history of the exhibition.
Rafi Segal: Architecture as Dialogue
Join this Glanzer-Curtis Family Lecture with Rafi Segal as he discusses architecture that is shaped by dialogue to confront conventions and inspire change.
Miatta Kawinzi: Notes on Possibility
Join us for a lecture by Miatta Kawinzi, the fall 2021 Teiger Mentor in the Arts, on September 30.
Kian Goh: From Urban Resilience to Climate Justice
Join this lecture with Kian Goh as she discusses her new book Form and Flow: The Spatial Politics of Urban Resilience and Climate Justice.