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The next featured poster comes from the University at Buffalo, School of Architecture and Planning.
Their Spring '16 series focuses on 'Shipping Architecture', an intermittent series of events that pairs speakers whose work may have as-yet unknown relationships. The word "shipping" is used colloquially, in reference to relationships, celebrity couples or imaginary ones. In this series, Shipping "serves as a structure that is playful but also productive of new discourse."
All events take place at 6 p.m. in 301 Crosby Hall, unless noted.
Ron Henderson / L + A Landscape Architecture and IIT
& Paula Meijerink, w-a-n-t-e-d and OSU
The Clarkson Chair in Architecture
Eve Blau, Harvard GSD
March 9: The Clarkson Lecture in Architecture
Mitch McEwen / A(n) Office, McEwen Studio and University of Michigan
& Fran Edgerly / Assemble and Central St. Martins, London
Deborah Berke / Deborah Berke Partners and Yale University
Symposium: Celebrating the ADA: The Next 25 Years
Bryony Roberts / Bryony Roberts Studio and Oslo School of Architecture
& Amanda Williams / AWGallery and IIT Special Afternoon
Event at 3 p.m. followed by Exhibition Opening
Organized by Ang Li, Peter Reyner Banham Fellow 2015-2016
Andrew Lynn / Planning and Regional Development Department, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
at Hayes Hall Gallery
as part of Atelier Week
Student Work Celebrations, April 11-15
at Architecture Library Gallery
April 25 - May 21
Mapping Emotional Perceptions: From Josef Albers To Mathias Goeritz. Laboratory of Paper
at Crosby Hall First Floor Gallery
Architecture Section of echo Art Fair
at OSC, 1001 East Delavan Avenue
More info and updates at ap.buffalo.edu.
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