In a follow-up post, I will formally introduce myself. For know, know that my name is Greg Evans and I am a second year graduate student at the Austin E. Knowlton School of Architecture at The Ohio State University. Like I said, I'll fill in the details later. What's more important, however, is the opening night of the Autumn Quarter Lecture Series at the KSA.
Tonight, at 5:30 pm, we will hear from KSA researcher and associate professor John McMorrough in his lecture entitled Claim Jumping. This lecture is free and open to the public, and I hope that all nearby will be in attendance.
The KSA Autumn 2009 Series entitled Territory will be a critical look at the marriage between architecture and it's surroundings - whether it be landscape, borders, site, etc. OR the territory in which your discipline covers and how those boundaries can be extended - with a fantastic line-up of visiting speakers for the next six weeks.
It is late, and there is work to be done. Very soon I will update the community on my first full week of classes at the KSA, my first studio project, and some thoughts about the year ahead.