The University of Virginia is hosting a symposium entitled “Lineages and Trajectories: the case of Architecture Pedagogy” on March 28, 2015. The program, coordinated by Ghazal Abbasy-Asbagh, will consider the “complex conditions of a pedagogy arising from the confluence of a Modernist lineage with contemporary methods and processes, and charged with responding to the mandates of an ever complex context. We hope to recognize gaps in architecture pedagogy – to reveal what has sustained during this period, what has been lost, and how it can be brought back.”
Mary McLeod – Columbia GSAPP
Dorothée Imbert – Knowlton School, OSU
Iñaki Alday – U.Va. Chair of Department of Architecture
Teresa Galí-Izard – U.Va. Chair of Department of Landscape Architecture
Michael Hays – Harvard GSD
Winka Dubbeldam – Penn Design
Bill Richards – American Institute of Architects
Kiel Moe – Harvard GSD
Wiel Arets – IIT
Sylvia Lavin – UCLA
Julian Raxworthy – University of Cape Town
Beth Meyer – U.Va.
Ghazal Abbasy-Asbagh – U.Va.
The event is free and open to the public. Learn more>>