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    Public "Archiculture" Screening Coming to B/a+p

    Megan Basnak
    Sep 19, '13 3:25 PM EST

    What is it about the university design studio that makes both professors and students alike keep coming back for more? How can one environment elicit so much joy, frustration, and emotion from its occupants, all at the same time?  B/a Graduate Student Association is proud to sponsor the screening of the all-telling documentary Archiculture. Archiculture offers an unprecedented look into the world of studio-based design education through the eyes of a group of students finishing their final design projects. Architecture and Art Magazine says Archiculture is "Architecture 101 for the general public," while Architect Magazine states, "Two designers-turned directors put the spotlight on architectural education."

    The public is invited to join B/a+p students and faculty in the screening of Archiculture on Wednesday October 2, 2013 at 5:30pm in 148 Diefendorf Hall on the University at Buffalo South Campus. Admission is free and refreshments will be provided. For more information about the documentary, visit

    Archiculture Trailer

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