6/1–11/30 Terra Firma: NewGrounds
View an outdoor installation that demonstrates how an ancient construction technique — rammed earth — can contribute to the decarbonization of the building industry.
10/2–12/15 Always Be Around: Corita Kent, Community and Pedagogy
Explore the work of Corita Kent through a lens of teaching and community-building, paired with the work of contemporary artists including Art Associate Professor Jen Delos Reyes.
10/28–1/13 M.F.A. in Image Text Virtual Information Sessions
Hear codirectors Nicholas Mueller and Catherine Taylor, former faculty guest speakers, and current students give a short presentation of the goals and structure of the program, followed by a Q&A session.
11/13–12/2 Land Purpose — Land Ownership Beyond Private Property
View an exhibition drawn from the Land Purpose project which explores diversity in property arrangements through more than 100 case studies from around the globe.
11/18–1/5 Zane + Ostendarp
View this Drive-by Projects exhibition of work that brings together Joe Zane's meticulously crafted dogs and new paintings by Art Associate Professor Carl Ostendarp.
11/27–12/1 Nidaa Aboulhosn and Jessica Bardsley: A Fundamental Uncertainty
View photographic prints, drawings, collages, and sculptural works that move from the particulate to the cosmic.
11/30 EJ Hauser: Mission to Explore
Hear a lecture presented by the fall 2023 Teiger Mentor in the Arts during which they will discuss their art-making in relationship to their desire to visualize what lies beneath the surface.
12/4 Master of Science, Advanced Urban Design Virtual Information Session
Join us for a virtual information session and discover more about this exciting New York City-based program.
12/8 City and Regional Planning Virtual Graduate Information Session
Take a whirlwind tour of the Master of Regional Planning (M.R.P.), M.A. in Historic Preservation Planning, and Ph.D. in City and Regional Planning programs.
12/13–12/17 Mixed Mannerisms: Student Work Exhibition
View an exhibition that displays architectural models and images that embody the qualities of multiple elements collected in one and tell a different story of our built environment.
12/14 Data Prototypes: Visual Narratives
View nine projects from Design Teaching Fellow Eduardo Cilleruelo Terán's fall 2023 course that explore the relationship between data centers and architectural bodies.
3/22 Writing Land into Architectural Histories
Submit abstracts by January 5 to participate in HAUS's annual research symposium this spring.