Upcoming David Dillon Memorial Lecture
David Dillon Memorial Lecture Christopher Hawthorne, LA Times Architecture Critic Tuesday December 4, 2012, 5:30PM Herter Annex 231, UMass Amherst
Christopher Hawthorn is the architecture critic for the Los Angeles Times and has written for Slate, Metropolis, The New York Times, and Architectural Record.
For more info on the A+D Lecture Series, contact Joseph Krupczynski: email@example.com
Two Lectures this week at UMASS
Alumni, Patrick Tighe ‘89
Tighe Architecture-Santa Monica, CA
Thursday November 15
Goodell Hall/Bernie Dallas Room
Patrick Tighe, FAIA, earned a BFA in Architecture from UMass Amherst, and an M.Arch from UCLA. He has won numerous awards including the Progressive Architecture Design Award, the AIA Young Architects Award and the Rome Prize.
N.Carolina Museum of History
Saving Solomon’s House
Friday November 16
Room 463 Fine Arts Center Building, Umass Amherst
UMass Art History Graduate, Bill McCrea, will describe the process of saving, moving and restoring a 1750 yeoman farmer’s house
Presentations from Green Design and Historic Preservation: Exploring the Historic Building Envelope are now available.
Maxwell Street and Other Preservation Struggles in Chicago
Friday November 2
Room 465 Fine Arts Center Building, UMass Amherst
Richard Miller is the founder of the Landmarks Preservation Council of Illinois and has been involved in many of the key preservation battles in Chicago and Illinois.
For more information: please contact Max Page, Professor of Architecture and History, and Director of Historic Preservation Initiatives for the College of Humanities and Fine Arts, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Green Design and Historic Preservation: Exploring the Historic Building Envelope
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When: Friday, October 19, 2012; 1:00 – 5:30 PM
Where: University of Mass./Amherst Campus Center Room 165-169
Admission: Free and open to the public
Attached is the Flyer for the Fall 2012 Architecture + Design
Students, please note all these dates in your calendar. Studio faculty
may be assigning specific lectures + events as part of your
We hope to see you at our next events, information below:
Tuesday October 2 / 5:30 PM
Herter Hall Annes / Room 231
New Faculty Panel
This panel of new faculty at UMass/Five College discuss their work and strategies regarding sustainability, community engagement and architectural education.