Tuesday, February 28, 2006

People Talking About Architecture – 03.03.2006

Patrick Berger - MILIEUX
6:00 PM - SHARE, Consulate of Switzerland (420 Broadway)
Pascal at SHARE wrote to tell of Mr. Berger's lecture, where he will share his perspective on the city and its natural environment and focus on structures and materials. He will also describe his vision of planning strategy to design building with ties to the city.

University of California – Berkley:

Symposium - Thinking/Drawing: Drawing in an Electronic Age
(March 3 & 4) 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM - 112 Wurster Hall
The Symposium is a two-day examination of the need and role for drawing today in the design professions and fine arts. Organized by architecture professor Marc Treib, the program will broadly address the question “Why draw?” by variously examining the dynamic relationships between media, process, thought and environment. Presenting papers and/or their work will be: Errol Barron, Professor of Architecture, Tulane University; Christopher Brown, Adjunct Professor of Painting, California College of the Arts; Catherine Dee, Senior Lecturer in Landscape Architecture, University of Sheffield; Anthony Dubovsky, Professor of Visual Studies, University of California, Berkeley; Christopher Grubbs, Architectural Illustrator; San Francisco; Lynn Gumpert, Director, Grey Art Gallery, New York University; Katie Hawkinson, Lecturer in Visual Studies, University of California, Berkeley; Mark Hewitt, Architect and Adjunct Professor of Art History, Rutgers University; Harley Jessup, Pixar Animation Studios, Emeryville; Laurie Olin, Professor of Landscape Architecture, University of Pennsylvania; Chip Sullivan, Professor of Landscape Architecture, University of California, Berkeley; and Marc Treib.


Post a Comment

<< Home