Yay Architecture Graduates!
The Howland Fellowship is a $10 000 Travel Fellowship awarded to one Master in Landscape Architecture student every year. Last Friday was the opening of the culminating exhibit for this year’s winner. Ryan Ives traveled to Nepal to study both the use of photography as a means of capturing landscape (and questioning its validity) as well as … Continue reading
In case anyone’s not busy on Sunday, we also have a gallery opening occuring:
On Friday March 18 and Saturday March 19, we will be holding our first annual “Design Careers Expanded” Symposium. With an emphasis on specialized skills such as drafting, modeling, and 3D visualization, the number of possible career paths from an architecture degree can seem very limited. When examined more closely, the skills developed in our … Continue reading
Student Association of Graduate Students (SAGA has organized a series of computer program tutorials taught by students for students. This has been spearheaded by Jonathan Coble. Today, Kurt Marsh and Jie Huang gave us tips on Grasshopper. Above you can see a simple attractor definition animation. Below, you can see the definition: Thanks Kurt and … Continue reading
Eva Franch Gilabert, new director of Storefront for Art and Architecture, joined Tools for Conviviality to spark discussions of Waste, Exhibit-Audience Interaction, and Productive Play as attitude of design. She will speak for the Michael Owen Jones Lecture tonight.
ARCH 8010 had a pin-up for the Open House today. Michael Petrus came as our critic. As a brief recap, this studio is designing an environmental sciences lab for professors at GMU that will be dedicated to not only science, but also educating the public and school children about the ecology and processes of the … Continue reading
Yesterday, President Teresa Sullivan of UVa held the “Day of Dialogue” to open discussion on how we can address when we can intervene when we see people doing things that are wrong. It was instigated by the death of lacrosse player Yeardley Love, who was beaten to death by lacrosse player George Hugueley. Continue reading