Fall Lectures and Symposium at Pratt
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The Pratt Institute School of Architecture has announced its Fall 2012 lecture series, with events on the Pratt campuses in Brooklyn and Manhattan. The lectures are free and open to the public; however, seating priority will be given to current Pratt students. Upcoming events are noted below.
Pratt Brooklyn Lecture Series
All events at 6 pm in Higgins Hall Auditorium, Lafayette Avenue and St. James Place, New York (Clinton and Washington station on the G train).
Alex Schweder, artist, architect, Cambridge, Berlin
The artist’s installation Roomograph is on view in the Siegel Gallery and can be seen from 7 to 9 pm, after his lecture.
James Carpenter, sculptor, designer, New York
Kevin Daly, architect, Los Angeles
Architecture and Contemporary Urbanism Now Symposium
Panel discussion for the exhibition Designs for North American Cities Now (on view in the Siegel Gallery, beginning October 18), featuring Thom Mayne, UCLA; Michael Chen, Pratt; Winka Dubbeldam, University of Pennsylvania; Toni Griffin, CCNY; Laurie Hawkinson, Columbia University; Jason Lee, Pratt; Chris Perry, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Dagmar Richter, Pratt.
Charles Renfro, architect, New York
Eduardo Souto de Moura, architect, Portugal
Pratt Manhattan Lecture Series
All events at 6:30 pm in Room 213, 144 West 14th Street, New York.
Arash Yaghoubi, Pavarini McGovern Contracting
Joe Mizzi, Sciame Construction
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