Architecture at UIC:
Authorizing Dubious Practices.
Architecture at UIC:
Authorizing Dubious Practices.
The UIC School of Architecture is proud to announce the Douglas A. Garofalo Fellowship search for the 2014–2015 academic year. Applications are due Friday January 17, 2014. For more information on the Fellowship and how to apply please visit: Garofalo Fellowship Search. No calls or emails, please.
Interested in being an architect for a weekend? The School of Architecure is now accepting registrations for the next Architecture Tryouts weekend workshop. The upcoming weekend workshop will take place January 17 and 18, 2014. For more information or to register please contact Stephanie Niebuhr.
9–11 December Graduate Studio Final Reviews, 1100 A+D Studios. Full schedule here: Fall 2013 Final Review Schedule.
22 November Rapid Fire Faculty Series #2 with Grant Gibson, Ania Jaworska, Clare Lyster, and Xavier Vendrell, 6pm, 1100 A+D Studios
20 November Faculty Book Club featuring New SubUrbanisms with Judith K. De Jong, School of Architecture Wednesday|Episodes, 2pm, 1100 A+D Studios
18 November Pieterjan Ginckels, Speedism, Belgium, School of Architecture Fall 2013 Lecture Series, 5:30pm, 1100 A+D Studios
15 November Transforming..., Fall Faculty Exhibition Opening Reception, School of Architecture, 6pm, Ribbon Gallery, A+D Studios
13 November Behind the Drawing, Sarah Blankenbaker, Jimenez Lai, Sean Lally, and Andrew Moddrell, School of Architecture Wednesday|Episodes, 2pm, 1100 A+D Studios
Clinical Assistant Professor Paul Andersen, with his Denver-based firm Indie Architecture, worked with Associate Professor Paul Preissner to design a temporary event structure, Two Barns, for the 2013 Biennal of the Americas in Denver.
Assistant Professor Lluis Ortega was chosen to co-curate the Spanish Pavilion (with Iñaki Abalos and QStudio) at the 2014 Venice Biennale.
Professor Dan Wheeler's firm Wheeler and Kearns has been awarded a 2013 AIA Distinguished Building Award for their project, Lake Shore Drive Residence. For more information visit the AIA Chicago DesignNight 2013 website.
28 October José Oubrerie, Columbus, School of Architecture Fall 2013 Lecture Series, 5:30pm, 1100 A+D Studios
25 October Rapid Fire Faculty Series #1 with David Brown, Chris Frye, Molly Hunker, and Sean Lally, 6pm, 1100 A+D Studios
22 October Paul Robbrecht, Robbrecht and Daem, Germany, School of Architecture Tuesday|Episode, 2pm, 1100 A+D Studios
Think you might be interested in pursuing a graduate degree in architecture? The School of Architecure is offering two Architecture Tryouts weekend workshops. The first weekend workshop will take place November 8 and 9, 2013, with a second weekend January 17 and 18, 2014. For more information or to register please contact Stephanie Niebuhr.
4 October Faculty Book Launch and Reception for Assistant Professor Judith K. De Jong's recently published book, New SubUrbanisms, 6 to 7pm, 3100 A+D Studios
30 September Marcelyn Gow, Los Angeles, School of Architecture Fall 2013 Lecture Series, 5:30pm, 1100 A+D Studios
26 September Greg Lynn, Los Angeles, School of Architecture Fall 2013 Lecture Series, 5:30pm, 1100 A+D Studios
25 September Student Groups, School of Architecture Wednesday|Episodes, 2pm, 1100 A+D Studios
"History Moves," a "museum on wheels" developed by a multidisciplinary team that includes Clinical Assistant Professor Julie Flohr, recently received a grant of nearly $40,000 from the UIC Chancellor's Discovery Fund. The project uses a traveling gallery to produce and present new versions of public history with the participation of community groups throughout Chicago. The initiative also received a $20,000 grant from the National Endowment of the Arts this spring.
13 September Assistant Professor Jimenez Lai has been named recipient of the Millennium BCP Lisbon Triennale Début Award, which recognizes an architect under 35 for "outstanding work and development on original design and critical ideas in the expanded field of architectural practice." Over 180 international practices applied for the €5,000 prize. For more information on the award and the Biennale program, visit the Close, Closer website.
Clinical Assistant Professor Julie Flohr has been awarded a "sundaymorning@ekwc" residency at the European Ceramics Work Center in the Netherlands for the summer of 2014. The competitive thirteen-week residency, awarded to forty-five artists and architects worldwide each year, supports experimental investigations in the medium of ceramics. For details, visit the "sundaymorning@ekwc" site.
Two UIC faculty will participate in the design of national pavilions at next year's 14th Venice Architecture Biennale. Assistant Professor Jimenez Lai has been selected to build the National Pavilion of Taiwan, while Clinical Professor Sam Jacob's firm Fashion Architecture Taste is part of a team, with Crimson and Owen Hatherly, chosen to curate the British Pavilion.
Assistant Professor Kelly Bair will co-curate Possible Mediums, an exhibition that recently received funding from the Graham Foundation. The traveling exhibition will present speculative work originating from the Possible Mediums conference held at OSU in February 2013, which also featured workshops by UIC faculty Thomas Kelley and Jimenez Lai. For more information, visit the Graham Foundation website.
The Chicago exhibition of Archizines, a showcase of international architecture magazines that opened September 13 at Public Works Gallery, was designed by UIC faculty Design With Co. (Assistant Professor Stewart Hicks and Visiting Assistant Professor Allison Newmeyer) and includes issues of Fresh Meat, the School of Architecture's award-winning student journal. For more information on the exhibit, see the Public Works website.
5 September Associate Professor Paul Preissner and Affiliated Faculty Thomas Kelley are two of ten Chicago-based artists and designers selected to compete in the national Herradura Tequila Barrel Art Program. The entries will be on display in Chicago this October. For more information, visit the Herradura website.