Association Publishes Volume 7

Association volume 7
Volume 7's 90 projects are printed on individual plates and housed in a box that serves as an indexing tool. photo / Duyi Han (B.Arch. '18)
Association launch party
Students and faculty celebrate the launch of volume 7 in the Duane and Dalia Stiller Arcade outside of Milstein Hall. photo / Chris Andras (B.Arch. '18) and Duyi Han (B.Arch. '19)
Association volume 7 launch party
Students peruse the individual project plates of Association's volume 7. photo / Chris Andras (B.Arch. '18) and Duyi Han (B.Arch. '19)
Volume 7's 90 projects are printed on individual plates and housed in a box that serves as an indexing tool. photo / Duyi Han (B.Arch. '18) Students and faculty celebrate the launch of volume 7 in the Duane and Dalia Stiller Arcade outside of Milstein Hall. photo / Chris Andras (B.Arch. '18) and Duyi Han (B.Arch. '19) Students peruse the individual project plates of Association's volume 7. photo / Chris Andras (B.Arch. '18) and Duyi Han (B.Arch. '19)
News
September 14, 2015

Volume 7 of Association, a student-run publication featuring a collection of work produced by AAP students, faculty, and alumni, was released in early September. The release was celebrated with launch parties in both Ithaca and New York City.

Following the precedent established with the [RAW] EXPO in March 2015, volume 7 highlights interdisciplinary connectivity, featuring many projects with key collaborations between AAP and non-AAP students.

Unbound with no prescribed order or hierarchy, the 90 projects featured in volume 7 are published on individual plates, and housed in an archival box that serves as an indexing tool. In addition to showcasing work from students, faculty, and alumni, select plates in volume 7 highlight cultural developments in AAP in Ithaca, New York City, and Rome.

The Association team includes: Editor Pamela Chueh (B. Arch. '17), Nils Axen (B.Arch'16), Stephanie Cheung (B. Arch '18), Thomas J. Esser (M. Arch '13), Duyi Han (B. Arch '19), Joyce Han (B. Arch '18), James B. Hoffman (B.Arch. '15), Tamara Jamil (B. Arch '16), Jessica Jiang (B.Arch '17), Ben Kessler (B.Arch. '16), Lucia Lee (B.Arch '16), Christine Pan (B.F.A '15), Min Keun Park (B. Arch'17), Gosia Pawlowska (B.Arch. '16), Andres Romero Pompa (B. Arch '17), Dan Preston (B.Arch '17), Melody Stein (B.F.A '16), Isaac Tejeira (B. Arch '19), and Lisa Zhu (B.Arch. '16).

Association's faculty advisor is Barry Perlus, associate professor of art and associate dean of AAP.