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Campus Architect at the Indianapolis Museum of Art since 2012.
For the previous 8 years I was self-employed as an architect in Indianapolis doing mainly custom residential remodel plus some commercial, public art, and public housing interiors work.
I'm currently very involved in the local arts and design community, and hold positions on three local design-related groups:
For about 5 years here on Archinect I went by the screen name liberty bell.
Archinect Op-Ed: Generous Criticism: Don't Be Lazy, Sun, Sep 28 '08
I recall reading an interview with a singer/guitarist in the grunge era, a small local band, who said after a performance he was typically surrounded by people telling him it was a great show, but inevitably one person would say something flippantly negative, and sadly that was the only comment ...
Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN, Campus Architect / Art and Nature Park Coordinator
On-site Campus Architect for the main Museum campus which includes an Edward Larabee Barnes main building and the historic Lilly family house, Oldfields, as well as the Saarinen-designed Miller House in Columbus, Indiana. Also responsible for construction coordination for new and existing projects at the Museum's 100 Acres: The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park.
Kentucky Center Governor's School for the Arts (GSA), Co-Chair and Faculty, Architecture Department
The Governor's School for the Arts is a summer program for high-achieving high school students with an interest in fine and performing arts. As Co-Faculty in the Architecture discipline I teach 20 students in a program that exposes them to theory, practice, and design within the profession of architecture.
Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Indiana, Visiting Professor
Co-teaching an undergraduate Art History class in Contemporary Architecture with Michael Bricker of People for Urban Progress.
Donna Sink, Architect, PC, Principal
The official architecture half of my two-firm involvement. I was equally employed by both my own PC (a registered professional corporation) and by MWHarris LLC Architecture Interiors Design. The Donna Sink side dealt with projects requiring the use of my registered architect stamp, as well as very small personal projects that do not require stamping at all.
MW Harris is a small architecture and interior design firm. The majority of the work is for high-end custom residential projects, as well as small commercial work such as cafes and office interiors. Our work is characterized by design that is appropriate for its context but always sophisticated, contemporary, and customized for the Owner. We love working with clients who appreciate what good design can offer: who have their own ideas of what they like but are willing to collaborate to make the project better than either we or they imagined it could be.
Ball State University, Temporal Professor, Architecture Department
Graduate level Professional Practice course and one section of graduate level Studio Design: 501, the Comprehensive Studio.
Atkin Olshin Schade Architects, Staff Architect
When I was employed there the firm's name was Atkin Olshin Lawson-Bell Architects. While I was at the firm, my focus was twofold: Masterplanning for institutions such as private schools and churches, and Exhibit Design.
Cranbrook Academy of Art, MArch, Architecture Department
Master of Architecture under Professor Dan Hoffman
University of Arizona, BArch, College of Architecture
Bachelor of Architecture with professors Kirby Lockard, Corky Poster, Doug MacNeil, Robert Geibner, and Larry Medlin.
The grant paid for my three-week study course with the Attingham Summer School.