The College of Design’s School of Architecture is pleased to announce its 2022 Spring Lecture Series. Featuring practitioners from across the world, this spring’s series is curated by Assistant Professor-in-Practice Gabriel Cuéllar and its theme is “Existing to Remain.”
Each lecture is open to the public and will be live-streamed over the lunch hour on the School of Architecture YouTube channel. Recordings of the lectures will also be available on the YouTube channel for later viewing. Please note, lectures are scheduled for 12:00 PM Central Time on Mondays (with two exceptions).
2022 Spring Lecture Schedule
Monday, February 7 | Adaptive Futures
Fete Nature Architecture (New York City)
Julie Torres Moskovitz
Wednesday, March 2 | Architectures of Openness, Strategies of Transformation
Hütten & Paläste (Berlin)
Nanni Grau & Frank Schönert
Monday, March 28 | Habitual design: Routines for circular building and dwelling
Local Works Studio (East Sussex)
Loretta Bosence & Ben Bosence
Monday, April 4 | Trees, Vines, Palms and Other Architectural Monuments
Paulo Tavares (Brasília)
Monday, April 11 | Planning and Design: Beyond Myths, Materials and Objects
Everett L Fly (San Antonio)
Monday, April 18 | Architecture and Territorial Planning
Milica Topalovic (Zürich)
Friday, April 22 | Reuse & Upcycling: Using the Example of Project K.118 in Winterthur, Switzerland
baubüro in situ (Basel)
The University of Minnesota’s College of Design is pleased to announce that internationally acclaimed architect, Frank Owen Gehry, CC, FAIA, will be the inaugural speaker for the new Kusske Lecture & Dialogue Series on Tuesday, November 16.
This fall, the School of Architecture is proud to present its latest lecture series. Featuring practitioners, educators, and activists, these lectures are free and open to the public.