September 7, 2017 - Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation - Fall 2017 semester public programs
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September 7, 2017
September 7, 2017

Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation

Student models of projects by Steven Holl and Buckminster Fuller made for Never Built New York. Photo: James Ewing.

Fall 2017 semester public programs

Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
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United States

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The fall 2017 semester at Columbia GSAPP includes a full schedule of lectures, conferences, and special events that play an integral role in fulfilling the school's commitment to fostering a lively community of intellectual generosity and the open exchange of ideas. Following is a selection of the semester's highlights; please visit the website event calendar to see the full schedule. All activities are free and open to the public.

"Building Never Built New York"
Greg Goldin, Larissa Harris, Sam Lubell, and Christian Wassmann
In conversation with Josh Jordan and Tei Carpenter
September 8, 1pm, Wood Auditorium, Avery Hall
Discussion on the Never Built New York project, which features models made by GSAPP students for the exhibition opening at Queens Museum on September 17

"Making Books Now"
Chicago Architecture Biennial Artistic Directors' Symposium

September 15, 1pm, Chicago Cultural Center
Organized in collaboration with Chicago Architecture Biennial Artistic Directors Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee, and moderated by GSAPP’s Director of Publications James Graham ('13 M.Arch), the event presents a series of discussions among architects who have reengaged book-making on their own terms and explore how to make new history by making books. Speakers include: Amale Andraos and Dan Wood ('92 M.Arch), Benjamin Aranda ('99 M.Arch), David Benjamin ('05 M.Arch), Tatiana Bilbao, Sarah Dunn ('94 M.Arch), Kersten Geers, Reto Geiser, Go Hasegawa, Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee, Keith Krumwiede, Florian Idenburg, Freek Persyn, and Hilary Sample and Michael Meredith.

Ai Weiwei 
In conversation with Amale Andraos and Carol Becker
October 5, 6pm, Miller Theater, Columbia University
Co-Presented by Columbia GSAPP and Columbia School of the Arts
Tickets are required and will be available beginning September 11; check online to RSVP.

No.9: An Exhibition by Frida Escobedo
October 6–January 19, 2018, Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery, Buell Hall
Opening: October 6, 6pm
Conference: October 20, 6pm

"Another 100 Days: Artists Organizing Resistance"
Cecily Brown, Jonathan Horowitz, and Marilyn Minter in conversation with Mario Gooden 

October 20, 1pm, Ware Lounge, Avery Hall 

"Constructing Practice"
November 7, 10am
Daylong symposium featuring case studies and dialogues on designing, establishing, and maintaining a practice with 15 international firms founded within the past 10 years: Bruther, Paris; Case Design, Mumbai; Ramos Castellano, Cabo Verde; GRAU, Paris; Local Studio, Johannesburg; Macías-Peredo, Guadalajara; MAIO, Barcelona; McEwen Studio, Princeton; Max Nuñez, Santiago; O-office Architects, Guangzhou; People's Architecture Office, Beijing; Something Fantastic, Berlin; TERRAIN, Tokyo; Ultramoderne, Providence; Zeller & Moye, Mexico City/Berlin

 

Lecture series
Wood Auditorum, Avery Hall

Lacaton & Vassal: Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal
September 11, 6:30pm​

URBANUS: Meng Yan
September 18, 6:30pm

Ensamble: Antón García-Abril and Débora Mesa
September 25, 6:30pm

Rosanne Haggerty
October 2, 6:30pm

James Wines
October 9, 6:30pm

Jo Noero
October 16, 6:30pm

SO-IL: Florian Idenburg and Jing Liu
October 23, 6:30pm

AbdouMaliq Simone
October 30, 6:30pm

Kenneth Frampton Endowed Lecture Series: Rahul Mehrotra
November 8, 6:30pm

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